What Others Are Saying About
International Environmental Law and Policy

Top-selling new publication of Foundation Press for 1998.

Adopted at over 100 schools in the U.S., Mexico, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Australia, Singapore, and South Korea.

Most widely adopted international environmental law book at American law schools.

"A work of extensive breadth and great sophistication…this book has its place on the desk of every diplomat, policy maker, and practitioner concerned with the global environment and sustainable development. [It] is destined to become the standard reference in the field."

James Gustave Speth, former Administrator, United Nations Development Program
Dean, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Science

"A seminal book…that offers a sorely needed road map for strengthening international laws and institutions to meet today's global environmental challenges."

Gregory S. Wetstone, Legislative Director, Natural Resources Defense Council

"An inspiring effort…of great benefit to both students and practitioners. It presents the tools environmental lawyers need to make a difference in this changing world."

Charles E. Di Leva, Senior Environmental Counsel, World Bank

"With its creative blend of science, policy, and legal materials, this book is certain to become the most widely adopted text in the field."

Christopher Stone, Roy P. Crocker Professor of Law, U. of Southern California
Author of Should Trees Have Standing

"Not only the best, most comprehensive reference book available today, but also a major work of scholarship."

Jonathan Lash, President, World Resources Institute

"[T]his casebook is the best work on the market for use by students and practitioners. . . Because International Environmental Law and Policy does such a phenomenal job of showing how international environmental law works, as opposed to just showing what it is, the book itself will most likely shape how international environmental law develops into the next century."

18 Stanford Journal of Environmental Law 341, 345 (1999)

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Adopted for courses in the United States at:
Alabama
University of Alaska - Fairbanks
Albany
American University
Arizona
Arizona State University
University of Arkansas - Little Rock
Boston College
Boston University
Bowdoin
Brown
Bucknell
Brigham Young University
University of California - Berkeley
University of California - Davis
University of California - Los Angeles
California Western
Carnegie Mellon
Case Western
Catholic University
University of Chicago
Colorado
Columbia
Dartmouth
Denver
DePaul
Duke
East Carolina
University of Florida
George Washington University
Georgia
Georgia State
Georgetown
Golden Gate
Harvard
Hastings
Hawaii
Hofstra
University of Houston
University of Houston - Clear Lake
Illinois
University of Indiana - Indianapolis
John Marshall
Johns Hopkins
Lewis and Clark
Louisiana State University
Loyola (Los Angeles)
Maryland
Menlo College
Michigan State
Minnesota - Duluth
University of Missouri - Kansas City
Monterey Institute of International Studies
Mount Holyoke
Muhlenberg College
Nebraska
New Mexico
Northwestern
Notre Dame
Oregon
Pace
Penn State
University of Pennsylvania
Pepperdine
University of Pittsburgh
Richmond
Rochester
St. Johns
Saint Louis University
San Diego
Santa Clara
South Texas
USC
Southern Illinois
Southern Methodist University
Stanford
Stetson
SUNY - Buffalo
Syracuse
Texas A&M
University of Texas - El Paso
Tufts
Tuskegee
Utah
Valparaiso
Vermont Law School
Virginia
USDA Graduate School
University of Washington
Western Washington
Widener - Delaware
Widener - Pennsylvania
Yale
Youngstown State

Adopted for courses Internationally at:
Macquarie University (Australia)
University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
ITESM (Mexico)
LVIV National University (Ukraine)
University of Victoria (Canada)
Kyung Hee University (Korea)
Australia National University (Australia)
Vrije Universiteit (Netherlands)
Nottingham (United Kingdom)
Wuhan University (China)
Ocean University of China
Ghent (Belgium)
Fatima Jinnah Womens University (Pakistan)
CEDHA (Argentina)
Oxford (United Kingdom)
Kyung Hee University (Korea)
Ewha Womans University (Korea)