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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Economics, Ethics and the Environment

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ISBN13: 9781859417256
ISBN: 1859417256
Published: October 2002
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £23.99
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The UK Environmental Law Association (UKELA) holds a conference each year to bring together academics and practitioners,lawyers and environmental experts from other disciplines - within both science and social science. It is a unique event providing a forum for discussion of the most pressing issues of environmental regulation, and provides a unique combination of analysis and practical application.

These articles, presented as papers at the Cardiff Conference in 2001, provide an accessible and informative collection addressing the conference theme of economics, ethics and the environment, including such issues as: how we can use traditional economic devices such as taxation, trading and insurance to assist in environmental regulation; how we treat and protect the natural world; how we might cope with the growing problem of waste; and how we should react to safeguard the environment in the face of risks and scientific uncertainties.

The collection forms a topical and wide ranging discussion of key issues for legal practitioners, academics and students and will also be of great interest to a wider range of disciplines relating to the environment.

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Environmental Law, Law and Economics
Economics, Ethics and the Environment
Has Environmental Insurance come of age?
Implementing the Landfill Directive through the PPC Regime in England and Wales
Civil Liability for Landfill Sites
When will the laws protecting domestic animals be applied to wildlife?
Enforcing Biodiversity: A UK and EU Perspective
The UK emissions trading system: Some legal issues explored
US v UK approaches to environmental risk
Precautionary Tales: Risk, regulation and the precautionary principle.