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apocryphal atmosphere, due both to its supra-national consequences and the time limit within which it must work, requires speedy, efficient application. As a rule law and society go hand in hand, occasionally legislation taking an avant-garde role where other times it lags far behind social consensus. However, a focus on efficient application puts a rush on this delicate relationship, threatening, in worst case scenarios, with environmental dictatorship on the one hand, and Desuados, or redundant legislation, ignored, on the other. Due to the above supra-national consequences of environmental action, this would have a significant impact on international relations (not to mention the planet). As a result, when dealing with national legislation origination in extranational goals (and hence, Extra-cultural), this relationship must take a prominent position in any considerations. I believe it would be possible to create a set of indexes, general rules, by which one could advance global requirements and policies within local settings, taking into account the legal family and the cultural surroundings. Such an instrument must, by nature, be ever-changing, composed of non-too precise guidelines, and extend far beyond a single doctorate research. A number of the single aspects involved attract me: The idea of 'leapfrogging' applied to legal and political thinking, would be especially useful when dealing with countries not necessarily of western, or, for that matter, first world, fully industrialized nature. International legislation, its ethical limits and advantages in local stimulation of environmental education (and later, legislation)- is it possible to differentiate the self-serving interests of members of the international community, from those serving the general public? The adjustment of legal theory and philosophy to include environmental considerations, this is currently being done in the field of pure ethics and philosophy, but would require an adjustment as law is by nature anthropocentric. Beyond that, methodology also poses a challenge- specific, geographical test cases, thoroughly investigated- the limits of different tools (positive
or the placing of applicable power at which level of government). .versus negative incentives. or a general research into more abstract theory.