Elizabeth M. Schoeman

Elizabeth M. SchoemanClass of 2015
Staff Editor, Volume 40
Staff Member, Volume 39

The Obvious Solution to Unsustainable Palm Oil: Why Nat'l Enforcement Remains A Necessary Mechanism Despite the Emergence of Alternate Regulatory Schemes

Melissa Schoeman

Volume 40 - Issue 4, Summer 2015, Page 1085

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Melissa Schoeman, The Obvious Solution to Unsustainable Palm Oil: Why Nat'l Enforcement Remains A Necessary Mechanism Despite the Emergence of Alternate Regulatory Schemes, 40 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 1085 (2015)

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COP 19: A Disappointing Achievement

One of the strongest tropical cyclones in history struck the Philippines just days before key UN negotiations on climate change, killing 4,000 and displacing millions. But that did little to push the participating countries toward concrete provisions that could protect developing nations from future climate-related calamities.


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