This anthology offers a comprehensive understanding of certain issues in relation to law and sustainable development. It addresses some of the most important challenges and answers how the law can be deployed to achieve sustainable development goals. Its central themes discuss sustainability from a business, technology, tax, human rights, procedures and jurisprudence perspective at the Swedish and international levels. Introducing pioneering incentives, this anthology highlights a pragmatic account and current obstacles to achieving sustainability at the law-making level as well as societal and economic encounters. This anthology thus makes an important contribution to alleviating the global effort to sustainable development. It would be of great interest to practitioners, academics and students.
Contributing authors: Rigmor Argren, Laura Ervo, Jan Kellgren, Eleonor Kristoffersson, Magnus Kristoffersson, Ylva Larsson, Joakim Nergelius, Mais Qandeel, Elin Skog and Cristina Trenta.