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Environmental Law 2nd ed isbn 9780199232802

Environmental Law

ISBN13: 9780198260080
ISBN: 0198260083
New Edition ISBN: 9780199232802
Published: April 2000
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This practitioner work provides an account of environmental law, regulation and enforcement in the UK. It brings within one volume all the fast-evolving law in the field, presented and indexed in a way which enables even those not specializing in the area easily to find out what they need to know.;It deals, for example, with the law on pollution of all kinds, the control and management of waste and hazardous substances, including genetically modified organisms, and the relationship between environmental law and planning controls. Additionally, there are sections on European environmental law, and court, tribunal, and inquiry procedures.;The general editors and other contributors are all practising barristers who specialize in environmental and planning law. While offering insights for the specialist, the book aims to be of use to lawyers and others whose work is either general or lies mainly in other areas, but who are confronted from time to time by problems of environmental law.

Environmental Law
Part 1 The framework: the history of environmental law; the structure of environmental legislation and regulation; international environmental law; European environmental law; environmental information.
Part 2 The UK regulatory system: IPC and local authority air pollution control; waste management; radioactive and hazardous substances, and genetically modified organisms; rivers and waterways; the water industry; marine pollution; nature conservation; contaminated land; miscellaneous environmental controls.
Part 3 The relationship with planning control: planning control and its relationship with pollution control; environmental impact assessment.
Part 4 The common law: common law liability for environmental damage.
Part 5 Enforcement and litigation: enforcement - injunctions; enforcement statutory nuisance; penalizing the polluter - the environment and crime; appeal procedures; judicial review.