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85. For a similar argument in the wider context of sustainable development, see Lafferty & Hovden, n.

20 above; Voigt, n. 30 above.

86. See, e. g., 2005 World Summit Outcome, UNGA Resolution A/RES/60/1, 24 Oct. 2005, at para. 169, available at: http://www.un.org/Docs/journal/asp/ws.asp?m=A/RES/60/1.

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92. Scott, n. 7 above, at p. 214.

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94. For a review of the contemporary debate on sovereignty, see Bartelson J. The Concept of Sovereignty Revisited // European Journal of International Law. 2006. Vol. 17(2). P. 463–474.

95. Examples include the prohibition of aggression, slavery, genocide, racial discrimination, and torture:

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102. UNCLOS, ibid., Art. 195.

103. Biofuels are fuels derived from biomass or waste feedstocks and include ethanol and biodiesel: see, e.g., International Energy Agency, available at: http://www.iea.org/topics/biofuels.

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107. European Environment Agency, n. 104 above, at p. 8.

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110. «Forest» is a minimum area of land of 0.05–1.0 hectares with tree crown cover (or equivalent stocking level) of more than 10–30 per cent with trees with the potential to reach a minimum height of 2–5 metres at maturity in situ. A forest may consist either of closed forest formations where trees of various storeys and undergrowth cover a high proportion of the ground or open forest. Young natural stands and all plantations which have yet to reach a crown density of 10–30 per cent or tree height of 2–5 metres are included under forest, as are areas normally forming part of the forest area which are temporarily unstocked as a result of human intervention such as harvesting or natural causes but which are expected to revert to forest’: Report of the Conference of the Parties on its Seventh Session, held at Marrakesh from 29 October to 10 November 2001, Addendum, Part Two: Action Taken by the Conference of the Parties, Vol. I, UN Doc. FCCC/CP/2001/13/ Add.1, 21 Jan. 2002, at p. 58.

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123. Baird, Simons & Stephens, ibid.

124. UNFCCC, n. 77 above, Art. 4(1)(d); Kyoto Protocol, n. 121 above, Art. 2(1)(a)(ii).

125. Ocean iron fertilization could, in theory, reduce the rate of increase of atmospheric carbon dioxide, and hence the rate of ocean acidification in the upper ocean. However, if deployed on a climatically significant scale, this approach would relocate acidification from the upper ocean to mid- or deep water, where biota may be more sensitive to pH changes: Cao L., Caldeira K. Can Ocean Iron Fertilization Mitigate Ocean Acidification? // Climatic Change. 2010. Vol. 99(1–2). P. 303–311; Caldeira K., Duffy P. B. The Role of the Southern Ocean in Uptake and Storage of Anthropogenic Carbon Dioxide // Science. 2000. Vol. 287(5453).

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127. Jуhannsdуttir, Cresswell & Bridgewater, n. 12 above.

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129. See, e. g., Hirsch P. D. et al. Acknowledging Conservation Trade-Offs and Embracing Complexity // Conservation Biology. 2011. Vol. 25(2). P. 259–264.

130. Ruhl J. B. The Fitness of Law: Using Complexity Theory to Describe the Evolution of Law and Society and Its Practical Meaning for Democracy // Vanderbilt Law Review. 1996. Vol. 49. P. 1406–1490, at 1444.

131. Meadows D. H. Thinking in Systems: A Primer. Chelsea Green, 2008, at p. 137.

132. Ibid.

133. See, e. g., Folke C. et al. Reconnecting to the Biosphere // Ambio. 2011. Vol. 40(7). P. 719–738.

134. This notion is adapted from Backer L. C. The Structural Characteristics of Global Law for the 21st Century: Fracture, Fluidity, Permeability, and Polycentricity // Tilburg Law Review. 2012. Vol. 17(2).

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