University of Melbourne Melbourne Law School
The natural environment and its governance through law have a long history in the global South. As in the global North, nature has been regulated since ancient times through complex plural regimes of sovereign, religious, customary and tribal laws, and in more recent times colonial, state, regional, transnational and international laws.
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