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Fiduciary Duty and the Atmospheric Trust (Law, Ethics and Governance) New edition Edition

ISBN-13: 978-1409422327
ISBN-10: 1409422321
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'These stimulating essays confront the incapacity of our democratic and international institutions to meet the challenge of Carbon emissions. The authors canvass the possibility of refining and developing existing legal concepts, including the public trust doctrine, the fiduciary duty, integrity regimes and sovereign trust obligations, so as to breathe life into our institutions and equip them to meet that challenge.' Sir Anthony Mason, AC, KBE, QC, formerly ninth Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia

About the Author

Charles Sampford, Foundation Dean, Law School at Griffith University and later foundation director of the Key Centre for Ethics, Lord Justice and Governance. Director of the Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law, a joint initiative of the United Nations, and University of Griffith from September 2004. Convenor of the Australian Research Council Funded Governance Research Network. His research since 1990 has concentrated in the areas of applied ethics, ethics regimes, constitutional law, corruption measurement, integrity system, the rule of law, and the role of values in international affairs.

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