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Environmental Harm in Developing Countries Caused by Subsidiaries of Canadian Mining Corporations: The Interface of Public and Private International Law
Can YB Int'l Law (1999)
  • Sara L. Seck, Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law
Abstract
This 1999 publication examines home state responsibility for transnational environmental harm from the perspective of both private and public international law, using Canadian mining internationally as a case study.
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Publication Date
1999
Citation Information
Sara L. Seck. "Environmental Harm in Developing Countries Caused by Subsidiaries of Canadian Mining Corporations: The Interface of Public and Private International Law" Can YB Int'l Law Vol. 37 (1999) p. 139
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sara-seck/12/