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Vol 24 No 11 Nov/Dec 2019

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Environmental Health in International and EU Law: Current Challenges and Legal Responses

Edited by: Stefania Negri

ISBN13: 9780367374891
To be Published: December 2019
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £120.00



This book presents a broad overview of the many intersections between health and the environment that lie at the basis of the most crucial environmental health issues, focusing on the responses provided by international and EU law.

Consistent with the One Health approach and moving from the relevant international and EU legal frameworks, the book addresses some of the most important issues of environmental health including the traditional, such as pollution of air, water and soil and related food safety issues, as well as new and emerging challenges, like those linked to climate change, antimicrobial resistance and electromagnetic fields. Applying an intersectoral and interdisciplinary approach, it also investigates other branches of international and EU law including human rights law, investment law, trade law, energy law and disaster law. The work also discusses ethics and intergenerational equity. Ultimately, the book assesses the degree of effectiveness of the international and EU normative framework, and the extent to which the relevant legal instruments contribute to the protection of public health from major environmental hazards.

The book will be a valuable resource for students, academics and policy makers working in the areas of Environmental Health law, Global Health law, International law and EU law.

Subjects:
Environmental Law
Contents:
Part I: Environmental Health at the Intersection of Ethical, Human and Economic Values
1. [Human] Values and Ethics in Environmental Health Discourse and Decision-Making: The Complex Stakeholder Controversy and the Possibility of "Win-Win" Outcomes - Anja Matwijkiw and Bronik Matwijkiw
2. A Human Rights Approach to Environmental Health - Stefania Negri
3. The Environmental Health Spillovers of Foreign Direct Investment in International Investment Arbitration - Valentina Vadi
4. The Dispute on Brazilian Measures Affecting Imports of Retreaded Tyres at the WTO: An Exemplary Intersection of Trade, Health and Environment - Xavier Fernández-Pons
Part II: Environmental Health at the Intersection of Energy, Climate Change, and Atmospheric Pollution
5. Protecting Human Health in a Green Energy Context: Regulatory Scenarios between International and EU Law - Francesco Buonomenna
6. Between the Potential to Reduce Global Warming and to Cause Irreversible Damage to Human Health and the Environment: The Role of International Law in Marine Geoengineering - Mar Campins Eritja
7. The Revised EU Air Quality Policy and Public Health - Samvel Varvastian
8. Intergenerational Equity in Times of Climate Change Legal Action. Moving towards a Greater Protection of Human Health? - Angeliki Papantoniou
9. Damages from Electromagnetic Fields between the Right to Health and Environmental Protection. Reflections on the Italian Experience - Vitulia Ivone
10. ILVA: A Case of Shared Responsibilities for the Protection of the Environment and Public Health - Grazia Scocca
Part III: Environmental Health at the Intersection of Pollution of Water and Soil and Food Safety
11. Public Health Risks Posed by Waste Pollution and Chemical Exposure and Legal Responses in International and EU Law - Teresa Russo
12. Water Quality and the Impact on Human Health and the Environment: The Current International and EU Regulatory Framework - Anna Oriolo
13. From Sea to Plate: Pollution of the Marine Environment and Food Safety in International and EU Law - Gabriela A. Oanta
14. The Contribution of International Organizations to Food Security and Safety through a Healthy Environment - Pia Acconci
15. Environmental Impact Assessment: Environmental Health and Food Safety - M. Asunción Torres López
16. Mercury Pollution and Its Impact on Human Health: The Minamata Case - Felicia Velardo
17. EU’s Re-approval of Glyphosate: The Role of Science and the Competence of Member States - Daniela Corona
Part IV: New Challenges in Environmental Health: Pathogen Sharing, Biodiversity and Antimicrobial Resistance
18. Biodiversity, Pathogen Sharing and International Law - Stephanie Switzer, Elisa Morgera, Elsa Tsioumani and Gian Luca Burci
19. EU Biodiversity Law and Its Health Impacts - Riccardo Pavoni and Dario Piselli
20. Regulating Antimicrobials in Livestock Animals: Experiences from Ten Countries - Steven J. Hoffman, Marie Evélin Danik and Prativa Baral
Part V: Environmental Health in Case of Disasters and Conflicts
21. Natural Disasters, Environment and Health: The Role Played by International Law and European Union Law in this Field - María Isabel Torres Cazorla
22. The Environmental and Health Impacts of Chemical Spraying: Can Law Protect Victims? The Case of Agent Orange - Anne Dang-Xuan Nguyen and Amandine Orsini
22. Chronicle of a Death Foretold: The Long-Term Health Impacts on the Victims of Widespread Lead Poisoning at UN-Run Camps in Kosovo - Agostina Latino