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The Precautionary Principle in the Twenty-First Century: A Case Study of Noise Pollution in the Ocean

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The precautionary principle is one of the most discussed ideas in international environmental law. However, despite over 20 years of dialogue, both its status and its aplication remains uncertain. This article attempts to rectify part of this difficulty by displaying the current state of play on the principle, and how it may be applied to a specific contemporary problem. The selected problem is noise pollution

Affiliations: 1: Professor of Law, University of Waikato, New Zealand


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