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This book, Guide to International Environmental Law, is the final scholarly work completed by Professor Alexandre Kiss before he passed away in March 2007. As an outgrowth of his doctoral dissertation on abuse of rights in international law, he published his first article on international environmental law in 1967 on the topic of transboundary air pollution. Professor Kiss became an architect of international environmental law, laying its foundations, designing its structure, and participating in its construction. His contributions went well beyond his scholarship, however, as he also served as a teacher, mentor, and inspiration to countless students and environmental activists around the world.

Keywords: Alexandre Kiss; international environmental law



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