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Sustainable Development and International Law   Tags: development, environmental, indigenous peoples, international, international organizations, sustainable, world bank, wto  

This guide to Sustainable Development and International Law is based on the courses taught at the Sturm College of law
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Sustainable Development encompasses a wide variety of topics and issues. The information in this research guide focuses on the content of Sustainable Development courses taught in the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program at the Sturm College of Law. Sustainable Development is taught at the following levels: the International Framework, State issues, and Community issues, as well as in combination with topics such as Trade. This guide is meant to serve as an aid to students in beginning research for these courses, and is not an exhaustive listing of resources.

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