Two intimately related developments regarding public participation in environmental decision-making can be discerned in international law. First, there are increasing efforts at the international level to adopt standards designed to govern public participation in national-level decision-making. Second, a growing number of procedures govern public participation in international decision-making, within the framework of international environmental agreements and international institutions. While the two types of procedures are to be distinguished, both are driven by...
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