Natural Resources Journal

April 1972, Vol. 12, No. 2

Front Matter

CONTENTS

SYMPOSIUM

THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT: TOWARD AN INTERNATIONAL SOLUTION

Towards a New Methodological Approach in Environmental Law        133
Dante A. Caponera

The Changing Structure of International Policy: Needs and Alternatives         153
Lynton K. Caldwell

Environmental Policy as a World Order Problem         161
Richard A. Falk

Pollution & Liability Problems Connected with Deep-Sea Mining         172
L. F. E. Goldie

The Resolution of Uncertainty         182
Harold P. Green

The Human Environment: Problems of Standard-Setting and Enforcement         187
Ian Brownlie

Gllobal Pollution and Human Rights         195
Abel Wolman

The Individual and the Environment         211
Christian de Laet, Susan Singh

Chances and Problems of International Agreements on Environmental Pollution         218
Klaus Boisseree

Legal Responses to Pollution Problems—Their Strengths and Weaknesses        227
Andrew R. Thompson

National Sovereignty in International Decisions         242
Charles R. Ross

The Development of International Environmental Law and Policy in Africa         255
J. D. Ogundere

The Conservation of Migratory Animals Through International Law         271
Cyrille de Klemm

ARTICLE

The Law School and the Environment         278
Frances Irwin

NOTE

Subdivision Planning Through Water Regulation in New Mexico         286
Charles J. Noya, Thomas B. Stribling

COMMENT

Citizen Enforcement of the Refuse Act: Qui Tam Pro Domino Rege Quam Pro Se Ipso In Hoc Parte Sequitur Flops; Mandamus Next?          298
John Boyd