Environmental Protection, Law and Policy: Text and Materials / Edition 2by Jane Holder, Maria Lee
Pub. Date: 07/19/2007
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This 2007 book explores environmental law from a range of perspectives, emphasising the policy world from which the law is drawn. See more details below
This 2007 book explores environmental law from a range of perspectives, emphasising the policy world from which the law is drawn.
Table of Contents
Part I. Introduction: 1. Environmental law in context; 2. Genetically modified organisms: introducing a dilemma; 3. Public participation in environmental decision making; Part II. EU Context: 4. The development and state of EU law; 5. Multi-level decision making: the EU and GMOs; Part III. International Context: 6. Sustainable development: quality of life and the future; 7. 'Globalisation' and international trade; Part IV. Mechanisms of Regulation I - Pollution Control: 8. The institutional architecture of pollution control; 9. Licensing as a regulatory technique: the example of integrated pollution prevention and control; 10. Enforcement and implementation of direct regulation; 11. Regulatory techniques beyond licensing; Part V. Mechanisms of Regulation II - Land Use: 12. Historical context of land use and development controls; 13. Planning and environmental protection; 14. Environmental assessment; 15. Nature conservation and biodiversity: the technique of designation; 16. Nature conservation and biodiversity: beyond designation; 17. Wind farm development and environmental conflicts.
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