International environmental law develops predominantly through the establishment and evolution of highly dynamic environmental treaty systems. Such treaty systems are issue-specific institutional structures that are purposively established, and maintained, by their member states to govern specific areas of international environmental relations. Typically, they address collective action problems with a strong transnational, in some cases even a global, dimension. Problems of this kind cannot be addressed successfully at the domestic level, either because they have...
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