We are pleased to invite you to subscribe to the McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law. The MJSDL is a bilingual, student-run, peer-reviewed academic journal based at McGill University's Faculty of Law in Montreal, Canada. The sixteen issues we have published have been well-received by our international subscribers, including law faculties, government agencies, non-governmental organizations, and law firms. Volume 10, Issue 1 of the Journal is expected to be published in early Spring 2014.
The Journal provides a forum for debate about and critical analysis of economic, social, and environmental issues related to sustainable development law and policy. This area of inquiry is of increasing international importance, and the MJSDL is one of the few venues for focused commentary on this topic from academics and practitioners alike.
The MJSDL is a valuable resource for people working in many fields including: environmental and development law, international development, environmental science, management, human rights, engineering and economics. It is an interdisciplinary publication. We engage lawyers, scientists, business leaders, and policy-makers in thoughtful discussion about the challenges of sustainable development in a global context. We are confident that the Journal would make an excellent addition to your collection.
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|United States||USD 60.00|
|UNEP Zone A International||CAD 70.00|
|UNEP Zone B International||CAD 40.00|
Zoning is based on UNEP classification. For example, subscription requests from Europe, Australia, and New Zealand are included in the "Zone A" rate. All rates include postage. The MJSDL accepts cheques and international money orders.
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