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2022, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part B

Development of Rotterdam rules for harmonization of legal instruments based on economic and political conditions of UNIDROIT for renewable energies of carbon emissions


Author(s): Zharama Llarena

Abstract: Life cycle of drugs involves contractual agreements pertaining to sustainable development and waste to energy technologies. Its carbon emissions must be properly controlled and diverted to renewable energies in order to fulfill the economic success and political safety of sustainable development. The carriage of goods by sea involves legal instruments, such as Hamburg, Hague, and Hague-Visby Rules under principles of International Commercial Contracts (UNIDROIT). Rotterdam Rules covers a broader spectrum and more substantial elements of regulatory functions encompassing Hague, Hague-Visby, and Hamburg Rules. This paper aims to develop statutory interpretation, based on Rotterdam Rules, in order to show the relationship between waste to energy technology and sustainable development, hence, illustrating environmental tax for carbon emissions of energy management based on life cycle of drugs. Therefore, in order to achieve economic and political stability there must be a functional equivalence between waste to energy technology and sustainable development.

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International Journal of Criminal, Common and Statutory Law
How to cite this article:
Zharama Llarena. Development of Rotterdam rules for harmonization of legal instruments based on economic and political conditions of UNIDROIT for renewable energies of carbon emissions. Int J Criminal Common Statutory Law 2022;2(2):91-97.
International Journal of Criminal, Common and Statutory Law

International Journal of Criminal, Common and Statutory Law

International Journal of Criminal, Common and Statutory Law
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