This book has sought to advance understanding of the development and implementation of international sustainable development law. To this purpose, it has led the reader through current concepts of sustainable development law, surveyed recent developments in the fields of international social, economic, and environmental law, analysed the proposed principles of sustainable development law, provided practical case studies of sustainable development law instruments, analysed the challenges of sustainable development governance and implementation, and identified prospects for further legal research. In these chapters, there has been no attempt to analyse all situations in which international economic, social, and environmental legal regimes relating to sustainable development intersect. Indeed, it is unlikely that these myriad instances could be satisfactorily analysed in one publication. To conclude, it is important to consider what general observations can be made at these early stages in the investigation and analysis of sustainable development law.
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