This Article will examine the response of the international community to the compelling evidence on the environmental crisis facing our Planet. It will analyze the place of the environment in the international agenda from the early 1970s, when an international environmental agenda emerged, to the 2005 World Summit, where Heads of State and Government gathered to renew their commitment to the international agenda for the twenty-first century agreed at the Millennium Summit. More specifically, the Article will examine the "comprehensive" international environmental agenda that has emerged within the U.N.
From Stockholm to New York, via Rio and Johannesburg: Has the Environment Lost its Way on the Global Agenda?,
29 Fordham Int'l L.J. 952
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