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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introduction
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    Chapter 2 Sustainable Development Law in (Only) One World: Challenges and Perspectives for Governance and Governments
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    Chapter 3 Designing Law for Sustainability
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    Chapter 4 The Laws of Sustainable Development
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    Chapter 5 Reducing the European Union’s Environmental Footprint Through ‘Territorial Extension’
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    Chapter 6 Resilience: Is Sustainability Dead?
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    Chapter 7 What Does the Rebound Effect Tell Us? Reflection on Its Sources and Its Implication for the Sustainability Debate
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    Chapter 8 Regulating our Consumer Culture: What Role Can the Law Play in Addressing Excessive Consumption?
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    Chapter 9 Biodiversity, Climate Change and Finnish Forest Regulation
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    Chapter 10 ‘The Chemicals Between Us’: The Use and Discharge of Chemicals in the Life Cycle of a Pair of Jeans – From Legal Theory to Practice
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    Chapter 11 Fiscal Policy for Sustainable Development: The Italian Way to Promote Innovative Entrepreneurship According to European Union Rules
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    Chapter 12 Planned Obsolescence and Criminal Law: A Problematic Relationship?
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    Chapter 13 Political Corporate Social Responsibility and the Role of Companies. Evidence from Novo Nordisk
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    Chapter 14 Italy Towards Mandatory Sustainability Reporting. Voluntary Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure of Italian Companies and Legislative Decree 254/2016 Statements. A Quantitative Analysis of the Last 10 Years
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    Chapter 15 Non-financial Performance Indicators: The Power of Measures to Operationalize the Law
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    Chapter 16 Collaborative Regulation: Preventing Regulatory Capture in Multi-stakeholder Processes for Developing Norms for Sustainability Conduct
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    Chapter 17 Right to Development and Right to Environment: Sustainable Development Perspectives
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    Chapter 18 Peace as a Right of Humanity
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    Chapter 19 NGOs as Loudspeakers: Potential Role of NGOs in Bridging the North-South Gap in International Environmental and Sustainable Development Law Making Process
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    Chapter 20 Claims in Environmental Civil Public Interest Litigation in China: Problems and Solutions
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    Chapter 21 Rules and Practices of International Law on Benefit-Sharing for Sustainable Development
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    Chapter 22 Sustainable Use of Indigenous Ecological Knowledge: A Case Study for Implementing the Nagoya Protocol
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    Chapter 23 Jatropha Cultivation in South India – Policy Implications
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    Chapter 24 Invasive Alien Species – The Eradication or Use of Invasive Alien Species Under EU Law
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    Chapter 25 The Limited Contribution of Environmental Law to the Sustainable Management of Marine Resources in Brazil: The Need for an Integrated Approach
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    Chapter 26 International Environmental Law and Law of the Sea: Analysis of Legal and Political Aspects of Institution Interaction
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    Chapter 27 From Global to Local: A Multilevel Approach to the Local Implementation of Climate Policies in Japan
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    Chapter 28 Integrating Sustainability in Governance and Legal Framework for a Sustainable Builtscape in Kenya: Towards a Global Approach
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    Chapter 29 Towards a Low/Zero Carbon Society for the Asia-Pacific Region: Policy and Legal Development for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in Japan
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    Chapter 30 Framing Ecosystem Services for Sustainability?
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    Chapter 31 Mainstreaming Ecosystem Services as Public Policy in South East Asia, from Theory to Practice
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    Chapter 32 Payment for Ecosystem Services in the Congo Basin: Filling the Gap Between Law and Sustainability for an Optimal Preservation of Ecosystem Services
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    Chapter 33 Municipalities, Social Innovations, and the Co-development of Localized Food Rights
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    Chapter 34 Water-Energy-Food Nexus and Groundwater: Can the Nexus Support the Sustainable Management of Transboundary Aquifers?
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    Chapter 35 Establishing Urban Gardens on Vacant Land While Considering International Good Practices: A Legal Case Study from Portugal
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    Chapter 36 Summary and Conclusions
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Chapter title
Payment for Ecosystem Services in the Congo Basin: Filling the Gap Between Law and Sustainability for an Optimal Preservation of Ecosystem Services
Chapter number 32
Book title
Sustainability and Law
Published by
Springer, Cham, January 2020
DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-42630-9_32
Book ISBNs
978-3-03-042629-3, 978-3-03-042630-9
Authors

Blaise-Pascal Ntirumenyerwa Mihigo, An Cliquet, Ntirumenyerwa Mihigo, Blaise-Pascal, Cliquet, An

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Master 4 19%
Researcher 2 10%
Other 1 5%
Student > Doctoral Student 1 5%
Student > Ph. D. Student 1 5%
Other 3 14%
Unknown 9 43%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Agricultural and Biological Sciences 2 10%
Economics, Econometrics and Finance 2 10%
Environmental Science 2 10%
Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology 1 5%
Business, Management and Accounting 1 5%
Other 5 24%
Unknown 8 38%