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Burnett-Hall on Environmental Law 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9780414048072
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780421748101
Published: December 2012
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £269.00

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Burnett-Hall on Environmental Law provides an authoritative analysis of all the main areas of environmental law in one volume.

It covers the full range of topics, from climate change, environmental impact assessment and nature conservation, to marine protection, flood defence, water and air; waste, contaminated land, statutory nuisance and noise, to chemicals, GMOs and nuclear.

  • Details the development and sources of environmental law, including international law, EU law and domestic law
  • Considers the human rights dimension
  • Looks at regulators, their enforcement powers, remediation and the Environmental Damage Regulations
  • Covers prosecution and sentencing for criminal offences
  • Outlines potential civil liabilities for environmental damage
  • Discusses environmental issues in commercial property transactions
  • Considers the complexities of insurance for environmental liability
  • Examines the issues relating to public accountability, looking at public law and access to information
  • Includes new chapters on marine protection (dealing with the newly extended legislation on marine conservation, in particular marine protection zones), and environmental marketing (covering “green” advertising, eco-labelling, eco-design and information labelling)
  • Contains expanded coverage of the EU chemicals regime under REACH, the Plant Protection Products Regulation, and the proposed EU Biocidal Products Regulation
  • Provides fuller treatment of the Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act 2008

Environmental Law
Part One: The Development of Environmental Law.
Part Two: Civil Liabilities.
Part Three: Statutory Controls.
Part Four: Remediating Environmental Damage.
Part Five: Applying and Enforcing Environmental Law.
Part Six: Commercial Impacts of Environmental Law;