Shifting attention from the activities of international organizations, the concluding section of the book also considers ways in which states, NGOs, and the private sector itself can put corporate environmental accountability standards into effect. Attention is drawn to the role of national legislators and judges, the possibility of negotiating an international agreement on the standards of conduct for business and consequences of non-compliance, the inclusion in bilateral investment treaties of obligations for investors to comply with international environmental standards, among others.
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