International Environmental Law Reports, 1 tomas
Cairo A. R. Robb, Daniel L. Bethlehem, James Crawford, Philippe Sands
Cambridge University Press, 1999-07-08 - 600 psl.
Volume 1 also includes a number of very early national decisions considered important in the development of international environmental law, whether because they were the background against which international decisions were shaped or because they are often referred to in commentaries and textbooks but are not widely available in English. Other decisions are included in Volume 1 because they are illustrative of national views of the content and direction of international law in this domain at the beginning of the twentieth century.
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Helmand River Cases AfghanistanPersia
San Juan River Cases Costa RicaNicaragua Costa Rica v Nicaragua
Bering Sea FurSeals Case Great BritainUnited States of America
North Atlantic Coast Fisheries Case Great BritainUnited States of America
Island of Palmas Case NetherlandsUnited States of America
Case Relating to the Territorial Jurisdiction of the International Commission of the River Oder Czechoslovakia Denmark France Germany Great Britai...
Diversion of Water from the Meuse Case Netherlands v Belgium
Trail Smelter Case CanadaUnited States of America
Societe Energie Electrique du Littoral Mediterraneen v Compagnia Imprese Elettriche Liguri
Solothurn v Aargau Aargau v Solothurn
Missouri v Illinois and the Sanitary District of Chicago
Kansas v Colorado
Georgia v Tennessee Copper Company and Ducktown Sulphur Copper and Iron Company Ltd
New York v New Jersey
New Jersey v City of New York
Lake Lanoux Case FranceSpain
Gut Dam Case CanadaUnited States of America
DECISIONS OF NATIONAL TRIBUNALS
Leitha River Case
Donauversinkung Case Wurttemberg and Prussia v Baden
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according action Additional agreed agreement America amount apply Arbitral argument Article authorities award bays Belgian Belgium boundary Britain British Canada canal carried caused claims coasts Commission common Company concerning conclusion consideration considered constitute construction Convention Costa Rica Court damage decide decision determine discharge effect established evidence exercise existing extent fact federal final fish fisheries flow France French further Government granted injury interests international law interpretation Island Italy January jurisdiction Justice Lake land liberty limits Lock Maestricht matter means measures Meuse miles natural navigation necessary Netherlands obligation operation opinion parties period possible practice present principles protection question reason record referred regard regulations relations respect result river rules seals shooting situated Smelter sovereignty Spanish submitted sulphur taken territory Trail Treaty Tribunal United vessels Washington
xxii psl. - ... under the principles of international law, as well as the law of the United States, no state has the right to use or permit the use of its territory in such a manner as to cause injury by fumes in or to the territory of another or the properties 98 PCIJ, Ser.