1 Since the 1970s, international environmental law has grown significantly, but in a fragmented manner (Biermann and others, 2009, 14). Different problems have been subject to specific negotiations that generally led to the adoption of a treaty regulating a more or less broad issue, and establishing ad hoc institutions to allow its operation (Environment, International Protection). 2 The structure is generally the same among multilateral environmental agreements (‘MEAs’) (Environment, Multilateral Agreements): a secretariat assuming administrative tasks, a...
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