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- Contents note continued: 11.On Reimagining the Relationship Between Economy and Environment in International Economic Law to Support Sustainable Development -- 12.On a New Approach for Sustainable Energy in International Trade Law -- 13.On How International Investment Law Can Be Reimagined for Sustainable Development -- 14.On Policy Space and Post-Paris Climate Action -- 15.On Food, Forests, Oceans, and Fisheries -- 16.On Water, Biodiversity, and Rules to Protect Natural Resources -- 17.On Making and Remaking Enabling Frameworks for Sustainable Development -- 18.On Resolving Disputes and Linking Enabling Frameworks Through the International Rule of Law.Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. I ON WHAT WE HOPE TO DO -- 1.On the Elusive Definition of Sustainable Development -- 2.On Defining Sustainable Development by Doing It -- 3.On the Indivisibility of Our Economic and Environmental Future -- 4.On the Necessity of the International Rule of Law for Effective Global Economic and Environmental Governance -- pt. II ON WHAT WE HAVE DONE SO FAR -- 5.On the Nature of Competitiveness and the Need for World Trade Rules -- 6.On Our International Economic Efforts on Trade and Investment -- 7.On Our Climate and Other International Environmental Efforts -- 8.On Our Global Goals for Sustainable Development -- 9.On the Unfolding of International Economic and Environmental Law in Our Unwilling World -- pt. III ON WHAT WE MUST DO NOW -- 10.On the Need for New Approaches to Global Economic and Environmental Goals and Governance --Includes bibliographical references and index.Summary: Overcoming obstacles to help with sustainable development, reduce climatic changes, protect biodiversity, and preserve natural resources.