Improvements in people’s economic wellbeing have increased citizen demands for a cleaner environment. As societies undergo the transition to industrial development and modernity, their citizens begin to concern themselves with needs and wants beyond the material, including the protection of the environment. However, growing levels of environmental consciousness and awareness are often not matched by proper environmental legislation enforcement at the local level. gLAWcal looks at environmental rights developments in developing countries, and aims at delivering policy advices and capacity building support in areas where law implementation is lacking. With this purpose, our organization seeks to improve environmental protection not only for the benefit of the populations directly affected, but also for the sake of the entire planet.

gLAWcal ACADEMIC Articles and book chapters

gLAWcal Books

(In)Corporate Sustainability: Interdisciplinary Approach for Achieving Sustainability

Sustainable Development and International Adjudication: An Analysis of Deep-Seabed Mining and Foreign Direct Investment Disputes

Human Rights and Environment Protection: A Comparative Analysis of Procedural Rights in the EU, India and China

International Law and Human Right to Water

Ethics and Politics of Space for the Anthropocene

Sustainability and Peaceful Coexistence for the Anthropocene

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