By Volker Mauerhofer
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Is it a pleonasm, because any development must be sustainable? Or, on the contrary, is it an oxymoron, given that the development by its nature cannot be sustainable? Or, perhaps, it represents a tertium genus, a model adaptable to different contexts and situations, a rich mine yet to be explored? The answer can only arrive from the experience, and probably, as well-expressed by an expert in the ﬁeld, “[t]he comparative law analysis of Environmental Law can signiﬁcantly contribute to an understanding of how law can further sustainable development” (Robinson 1998, p.
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