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  • Animals ethics and international law

    Gillespie, Alexander (Federation Press, 2009)
    The purpose of this chapter is to give the reader an overview of where some of the ethical debates around animals and international law are found. In part, the chapter builds upon my earlier work in this area. At the time ...
  • Defining internationally protected areas

    Gillespie, Alexander (Taylor & Francis, 2009)
    According to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), a “protected area” is “a geographically defined area, which is designated or regulated and managed to achieve specific conservation objectives.”² This definition, ...
  • Environmental impact assessments in international law

    Gillespie, Alexander (2008)
    The purpose of this article is to assess what the current state of play with regard to environmental impact assessments (EIAs) is in international law. This question is posed because of the casual use of the term, and the ...
  • From the Galalpagos to Tongariro: Recognizing and saving the most important places in the world

    Gillespie, Alexander (Resource Management Law Association of New Zealand, 2009)
    Protected areas are one of the less glamorous areas of international environmental law. They are commonly overshadowed by what are perceived as much more dramatic topics, which capture the public attention to a much greater ...
  • Human dimensions of global environmental change: A review of frameworks and research gaps.

    Urich, Peter; Campbell, John; Gillespie, Alexander; Scrimgeour, Frank (The International Global Change Institute (IGCI), University of Waikato, 2005-12-01)
    This review of current knowledge in, and development of, priorities for research into the human dimensions of global environmental change has been conducted to assist the Foundation for Research Science and Technology to ...

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