407 (2009); see also DANIEL BODANSKY
, THE ART AND CRAFT OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 54 (2010) ("Taking [culture] off the table, as economists typically do by treating it as a given, means that we give up one of the potentially most powerful levers to effectuate environmental change.").
Susan Biniaz, Daniel Bodansky
, Constanze Haug, Christina Hood, and
The revelation was made by Adam Robinson, a journalist based in the Middle East and Yossef Bodansky
, who served as director of the US Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare.
The astonishing revelation was made by author Adam Robinson, a journalist based in the Middle East and Yossef Bodansky
Ayelet Berman, Daniel Bodansky
, Harlan Cohen, Sarah Dadush, Stavros
En este asunto, Daniel Bodansky
se pregunta enfaticamente si no seria mejor considerar las afirmaciones descriptivas y normativas asociadas con el constitucionalismo por sus propios meritos (22).
, "Type 2 and other forms of diabetes in 0-30 year olds: a hospital based study in Leeds, UK," Archives of Disease in Childhood, vol.
NOS respectivos loteamentos, privilegiam-se, estrategicamente, a construcao verticalizada, proporcionando maior numero de habitacoes sobrepostas, num mesmo espaco aereo e nao agregando as construcoes tecnologias e conhecimentos de sustentabilidade ambiental (ZIMMERMANN e SCHONS, 2009; BODANSKY
, 2012; RACHED, 2016).
Uranium enriched to less than 20% [sup.235]U is usually called low-enriched uranium or LEU and, at a level below 10% [sup.235]U, it becomes more difficult to substantially enrich to weapons-grade uranium (2) or close to it (Barroso 2009; Bernstein 2008; Bodansky
2004; Heriot 1988; Murray 2001) (3).
(3.) For a discussion of the Paris climate framework and how it differs from earlier efforts, see: Esty (2015); Bodansky