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Corporate Environmental Accountability in International Law
This chapter explains the need for an international approach to address the question of acceptable corporate environmental conduct both on the basis of egregious cases of environmental damage and day-to-day negative impacts of corporations that appear to defy States' regulations and controls. It also points to the desirability of private companies' proactive contribution to the attainment of internationally agreed goals. The chapter provides a historical and conceptual introduction to evolvingdoi:10.1093/oso/9780198738046.003.0001 fatcat:a5t7h2yubnazfbhmvsuedvfpgm