Category : International Conventions - Law - Legislation
Subcategory : Law - Degrees
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1. Admiralty and Maritime Law Guide :
  The Admiralty and Maritime Law Guide includes over 1,500 annotate links to admiralty law resources on the Internet and a growing database of admiralty case digests and opinions, arbitration award abstracts and international maritime conventions. The emphasis is on the law of the United States and the focus is on Internet resources that can be used in an effective and practical manner by admiralty attorneys and maritime professionals.
2. Nearctica's segment on Environment :
  The Environment Segment of Nearctica deals with the physical component of the natural world such as air pollution, water pollution, and solid waste.
3. European Greens :
  This is the website of the European Greens. From this site you can learn about the European Federation of Green Parties and our 32 member parties.
4. / : is a fresh internet site, which aims at becoming an up-to-date and complete database of information concerning bioclimatic energy planning, renewable energy sources, energy preservation, as well as the study, construction, purchase and equipment of buildings that can meet up to the modern needs for housing or the business demands.
5. Implementation and Enforcement of Environmental Law (IMPEL) :
  Triggered by a Dutch initiative, IMPEL was conceived at an informal meeting of the Community Environment Ministers in 1991 where it was agreed that: " would be desirable as a first step to establish a Network of representatives of relevant national authorities and the Commission in the field of enforcement, primarily aimed at the exchange of information in the field of compliance and enforcement, and at the development of common approaches at a practical level."
6. EUFORES, the European Forum for Renewable Energy Sources :
  EUFORES - the European Forum for Renewable Energy Sources - is an independent, non-profit making organisation that aims to promote the use of renewable energy. EUFORES was established to pursue the target outlined in the 1994 “Declaration of Madrid” - a 15% substitution of conventional primary energy demand by renewable energy sources by 2010.
7. UNEP United Nations Environment Programme :
  The process of developing environmental norms, standards and procedures among Governments rests at the core of UNEP's catalytic role.Thés role of UNEP for the promotion and progressive development of international environmental law has been identified as one of its major functions..
8. The European Environmental Law Homepage :
  Welcome to the European Environmental Law Homepage. Here you can find full text cases, legislation and other materials related to European Environmental Law. Apart from these primary sources, several dossiers and articles offer a more in depth view on specific issues.
9. Pan European Network of Environmental Observatories for Planning, Education and Research :
  The PENELOPE project offers a new resource tool designed to assist in understanding how environmental law is being developed and applied within Europe. It is the result of a combined effort by experts in information technology and a number of leading European environmental law institutes.
10. EUR-Lex :
  With the aim of offering a comprehensive picture of EU legislation and the decision-making procedures from their concept to their conclusion,the EUR-Lex website has been extended.
11. E-Law Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide :
  The Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide (E-LAW) gives public interest lawyers and scientists around the world the skills and resources they need to protect the environment through law. Grassroots lawyers from 10 countries founded E-LAW in 1989. Now, nearly 300 grassroots lawyers and scientists in 60 countries call on the E-LAW network for critical legal and scientific tools.
12. Environmental Defenders's Office :
  Welcome to the Environmental Defender's Office (WA) internet site. The EDO (WA) was opened in March 1996 and is part of a national network of non-profit public interest legal centres specialising in environmental law.
13. Asia Pacific Center for Environmental Law :
  The Asia-Pacific Centre for Environmental Law was established on 15 February 1996 by the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore on the initiative of the Faculty of Law and the Commission on Environmental Law (CEL) of the World Conservation Union (IUCN), in collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). APCEL is situated in the Faculty of Law and supported by the National University of Singapore. APCEL was established in response to the need for capacity-building in environmental legal education and the need for promotion of awareness in environmental issues. It is currently working closely with IUCN's Commission on Environmental Law, UNEP, the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank Institute, the Singapore Ministry of the Environment, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other institutions in several projects and programmes.
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