Mitchell RB. International agreements on the environment: an overview of their characteristics, their education and their effects. Annu Rev About Resour. 2003;28(1):429–61. You can find the full text of all IEL contracts in the International Environmental Agreements (IEA) Database Project, organized by the University of Oregon. This database includes more than 1,300 multilateral environmental agreements (MEA) and more than 2,200 bilateral environmental agreements (AEAs) and other agreements from the 1850s to the present day. It contains detailed pages for each agreement, links to text, membership, performance data, secretariat and summary statistics. The database can be searched and searched by title, date, object, parentage, etc. Relevant secondary sources are also listed by theme. Here are some important contracts, but the full text of all IEL contracts is available on ECOLEX, a free online gateway to environmental contracts. Little is known about the impact of the complexity of the plan on health administration.
Some studies have convincingly stated that trade, investment, intellectual property and financial systems have unintended negative effects on global health [21, 22]. However, the potential positive contribution of other regimes remains neglected, with the possible exception of the human rights regime . Some studies have highlighted the contribution of specific environmental treaties to health policy, in particular the Minamata Convention on Mercury and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change [24, 25]. However, no assessment of the contribution of the international environmental regime to global health policy has yet been carried out. Using the concept of diet, this article aims to conduct an empirical assessment to determine the extent to which environmental contracts also contribute to overall health policy. So what do we need to know about environmental contracts and how can we better understand why they are important? How we see the effectiveness of the protocols depends on what we expect from them. With little administrative or real authority, the protocols increase government concern, improve the contractual environment and increase capacity by transferring assets. But as long as sovereignty is intact, environmental protocols will not have an impact on changes in relation to public or public apathy, guarantee national measures or materialize overnight.
The progress of international environmental law could be, as wiener suggests, like the turtle, slow but constant.  The Law Library has access to numerous print and electronic IEL magazines and directories, some of which are listed below.