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Research Handbook on Biodiversity and Law

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Edited by: Michael Bowman, Edward Goodwin, Peter Davies

ISBN13: 9781781004784
Published: April 2016
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £180.00



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'This is a remarkable book. It comprises the best scholars in the field covering all of the essential elements needed to understand and respond to the foremost conservation challenges of the 21st century. It is contemporary, insightful and challenging. In my opinion, this work is essential for any scholar, practitioner or student who works in this area.' - Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato, New Zealand

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Subjects:
Environmental Law, Public International Law
Contents:
Contents
Preface

PART I VISIONS, VALUES AND VOICES
1. Law, Legal Scholarship and the Conservation of Biological Diversity: 2020 Vision and BeyondMichael Bowman
2. In Whose Interest? Instrumental and Intrinsic: Value in Biodiversity LawMattia Fosci and Tom West
3. Participatory Resource Management: A Caribbean Case Study Nicole Mohammed
4. The Role of Non-State Actors in Treaty Regimes for the Protection of Marine Biodiversity Elizabeth A. Kirk

PART II SIGNIFICANT THREATS TO BIODIVERSITY
5. Climate Change, Marine Biodiversity and International LawRosemary Rayfuse
6. Broad Spectrum Efforts to Enhance the Conservation of Vulnerable Marine EcosystemsEdward J. Goodwin
7. Alien Invasive Species - is the EU's Strategy Fit for Purpose?Peter Davies
8. Countering Fragmentation of Habitats under International Wildlife RegimesArie Trouwborst
9. Armed Conflict and BiodiversityKaren Hulme

PART III GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
10. The Convention on Biological Diversity and the Concept of Sustainable Development: The Extent and Manner of the Convention's Application of Components of the ConceptVeit Koester
11. Whaling and Inter and Intra-Generational EquityMalgosia Fitzmaurice
12. Common Concern, Common Heritage and other Global(-ising) Concepts: Rhetorical Devices, Legal Principles or a Fundamental Challenge?Duncan French

PART IV REGULATORY CHALLENGES AND RESPONSES
13. Biodiversity, Knowledge and the Making of Rights: Reviewing the Debates on Bioprospecting and OwnershipEmilie Cloatre
14. Ecological Restoration in International Biodiversity Law: A Promising Strategy to Address Our Failure to Prevent?Kees Bastmeijer
15. Non-Compliance Procedures and the Implementation of Commitments under Wildlife TreatiesKaren N. Scott
16. 'Only Connect'? Regime Interaction and Global Biodiversity ConservationRichard Caddell
Index