August 2016 – The Centre for Research in Air and Space Law at McGill University in Canada has published an Occasional Paper Series on the environmental sustainability of international civil aviation. The 13 research papers address various policy, legal and technical means and issues relating to the regulation of the impact of international aviation on the environment. The papers are intended to be of relevance to discussions at the upcoming ICAO Assembly starting next month and the authors hope they will contribute to the work of the Assembly and understanding of attending delegates. The papers are a collaborative effort between the Institute of Air and Space Law (IASL) at McGill and the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL), and will form the core of a book that is due to be published at a later date by Cambridge University Press.
The papers were edited by Prof Armand de Mestral (CISDL/IASL, McGill University), Prof Dr P Paul Fitzgerald (McGill University) and Prof Dr Md Tanveer Ahmad (North South University, Bangladesh), with research support from Michael Jourdan J Navarro (CISDL).
The papers, with links, are as follows:
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