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Core Text: Environmental Law

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Christine WillmoreLecturer in Law, University of Bristol

ISBN13: 9780406934062
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
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The Core Text Series provides students with books which cover the core of a particular subject without over-simplifying and in a way that is accessible, yet authoritative - at an affordable price.This new title deals with the domestic and global issues raised in the study of environmental law.

Environmental law is moving away from its public health origins which focused on domestic issues towards current global themes like the role of economic instruments and the application of the precautionary principle. The work stresses core concepts like sustainability throughout and integrates global thinking with domestic action.

It explores economic as well as traditional regulatory instruments to prevent harm to the environment and considers new areas of legal intervention such as climate change.""

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Contents:
Part One:
Environmental Law Concepts and Tools.
Theories of environmental action.
Core concepts.
Sources of environmental law.
Key players.
Limitations of common law in addressing environmental issues.
Tools available- external regulation.
Tools available - self-regulation.
Tools available - economic instruments.
Access to environmental information.
Enforcement.
Holistic approaches.
Science, uncertainty and regulation.
Part Two:
Environmental Topics.
Resource Management: land use planning.
Resource Management: water.
Resource Management: biodiversity.
Resource Management: air.
Pollution: noise.
Preventing and remedying: waste.
Addressing the past: contaminated land.