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Textbook Series: Environmental Law 2nd ed

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J. Thornton, Silas BeckwithLecturer in Law, University of Westminster

ISBN13: 9780421779907
ISBN: 042177990X
Published: June 2004
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £33.95



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Environmental Law provides the reader with a clear and current picture of the framework of environmental regulation. The text highlights the major themes and principles, and provides practical examples of the law in operation. The new edition has been completely restructured to meet the changing needs of students studying the subject and will also benefit from twice-yearly on-line supplements to keep readers up-to-date with developments in the law.

This edition includes new material on Genetically Modified Organisms and climate change and has been updated to take account of the Human Rights Act 1998, the new SSSI regime and Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control.
* New edition of a popular student text - completely restructured to reflect the changing nature of the subject
* Concise and easy-to-understand coverage tailored to the needs of students
* Case studies and practical examples to build on the text
* Bi-annual on-line updates enable students to keep abreast of changes.

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Subjects:
Environmental Law
Contents:
The nature of environmental law. ;International environmental law. ;European Community environmental law. ;The common law and the environment. ;Integrated pollution prevention and control. ;Pollution on land. ;Waste management. ;Water pollution. ;Air pollution. ;Pollution by noise. ;Nature conservation. ;Climate change. ;Genetically modified organisms. ;Human rights and the environment.