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Exploring Sustainability


EXPLORING SUSTAINABILITY AND THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ITS LEGAL CONTOURS  

Trivent Publishing, H-1119 Budapest, Etele u. 59-61



SERIES EDITOR

Sarah Sargent, University of Buckingham, sarah.sargent@buckingham.ac.uk


ABOUT THE SERIES
 

Sustainability is a contemporary legal concept that has gained mainstream attention for a wide sweep of both local and global issues, through the Millennium Development Goals and now the Sustainable Development Goals. The goals provide a flexible framework for dealing with a variety of issues. Sustainability can also be found outside of the Goals, in a range of domestic, regional and international legal instruments.  How well does the sustainability concept deliver across its range of issues? This series welcomes books, whether a monograph or edited collection, that address specific aspects of sustainability and law. These include but are not limited to indigenous rights, demands on corporate ethical codes, climate change, traditional knowledge, international and regional human rights, international relations, community-state relationships, health care, tangible and intangible cultural heritage,  and consequences for polar resources,and for polar communities, among others. Subjects may, but do not necessarily need to, address the Sustainable Development Goals in their analysis.  Interdisciplinary research is welcomed, as are local, regional, international and comparative views.



UPCOMING TITLES
 

Sustainability, Polar Resources and Polar Communities, ed. Sarah Sargent  Download Call for Papers

Indigenous Rights and Sustainable Development Goals 2030, ed. Sarah Sargent 

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