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Globalisation and Ecological Integrity in Science and International Law
This volume returns to one of the major themes of the Global Ecological Integrity Group: the interface between integrity as a scientific concept and a number of important issues in ethics, international law and public health. The main scholars who have worked on these topics over the years return to re-examine these dimensions from the viewpoint of global governance.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Introduction
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Valuation of Ecosystem Services Towards Ecological Citizenship
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Ethical Issues and Ecological Integrity
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A Comprehensive Ethical Analysis of the Copenhagen Accord
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Environmental Policy and the Anthropocene
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Sustainability Imperatives
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International Law: Ecological Integrity and Human Rights
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The Forms of International Law
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Global Constitutionalism and the Prospect of a Global Constitution
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Keeping Nature Alive: From Moral Motivations to Legal Implications
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