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UMA CORTE INTERNACIONAL PARA O MEIO AMBIENTE E SUA INSERÇÃO NO DEBATE ACERCA DA FRAGMENTAÇÃO DO DIREITO INTERNACIONAL AN INTERNATIONAL COURT FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND ITS POSITION WITHIN THE DEBATE ON THE FRAGMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

@inproceedings{Lima2015UMACI,
  title={UMA CORTE INTERNACIONAL PARA O MEIO AMBIENTE E SUA INSERÇ{\~A}O NO DEBATE ACERCA DA FRAGMENTAÇ{\~A}O DO DIREITO INTERNACIONAL AN INTERNATIONAL COURT FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND ITS POSITION WITHIN THE DEBATE ON THE FRAGMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW},
  author={Lucas Carlos Lima},
  year={2015}
}
The discussion concerning environmental protection has growingly earned the attention of the international community in the past decades, but there are still great difficulties to be overcome in favor of such protection. In parallel, the matter of the plurality of specialized international tribunals is also subject to controversy in international deliberations, and thus the debate on the possible creation of a special court for international environmental litigation hatches. This paper analyses… 

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