International Regulation of Hazardous Chemicals and its Efficacy in Promoting Sustainability for Developing Countries

By Zada Marie Lipman.

Published by The Sustainability Collection

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A critical evaluation of the capacity of international conventions to provide a framework for the cradle-to-grave management of hazardous chemicals and to address the sustainability needs of developing countries.

Keywords: International Regulation, Hazardous Chemicals, Cradle-to-grave Control, Sustainability for Developing Countries, Environmental Sustainability

International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp.85-94. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 780.081KB).

Prof. Zada Marie Lipman

Main research interests are environmental law, especially pollution law, international transfers of hazardous waste and chemicals and their impact on human health, corporate and directors’ liability, planning law and genetically modified organisms. Publications include 4 co-authored books and 40 chapters and articles. Have presented and chaired sessions at a number of leading international and national conferences. Co-author of the only books on pollution law in Australia - Corporate Liability for Pollution, (LBC 1998) and Pollution Law in Australia (Butterworths 2002). Memberships include: the Australian Government Hazardous Waste Policy Reference Group to advise Minister on Domestic Implementation of the Basel Convention and the IUCN Commission on Environmental Law.

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