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Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development (FIELD)

We have 3 items tagged with ‘Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development (FIELD)’.
  • Can international law break the deadlock in climate talks?

    An international lawsuit on greenhouse gas emissions could help create the political pressure and third-party guidance needed to revive global climate negotiations.

    6 December 2010 | Blog | Climate change
  • Governance of oil and gas contracts in Kazakhstan

    This project aimed to enhance the stability of the oil and gas investment climate in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The project identified critical issues and developed policy recommendations for increasing long-term investment stability in the oil and gas sector in Kazakhstan

    23 September 2010 | Project | Energy
  • Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development

    The Foundation for International Law and Development (FIELD) was an independent NGO that had previously been a subsidiary of IIED for six years. It worked with local partners, NGOs and institutions and had a worldwide reputation for expertise in the development and application of international environmental law and for siding with the disadvantaged

    30 September 2008 | Article | Law
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