Environmental Law: Text, Cases & Materials

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OUP Oxford, Apr 25, 2013 - Law - 1087 pages
This new title in the popular Text, Cases, and Materials series provides students with a deep understanding of environmental law while also encouraging critical reflection and pointing out areas of controversy and debate. The authors present an impressive range of extracts from UK, EU, and international cases, legislation, and articles, to help support learning and demonstrate both how the law works in practice and how it should or could work, clearly guiding students through key areas while providing insightful explanations and analysis. Topics have been carefully selected to support a wide range of environmental law courses, within law school and beyond. These include pollution control, nature conservation, climate change regulation, town planning, and water regulation, all incorporating aspects of law from local, UK, EU and international legal cultures. With its unique combination of extracts and author discussion, this new text provides a wide-ranging, stimulating and fresh approach to environmental law, which can be relied upon throughout your course and career. This book is also accompanied by an Online Resource Centre which features updates to the law, further reading suggestions and useful weblinks.
 

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Contents

Abbreviations
xxv
Acknowledgements to Copyright Holders
xxxi
Table of Cases
xxxv
Table of Statutes
xlvii
Table of Statutory Instruments
liii
Table of European Legislation
lvii
Table of Conventions and Agreements
lxviii
THE BASICS
1
CHARTING THE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW LANDSCAPE ILEGAL CULTURES
63
CHARTING THE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW LANDSCAPE IIBASIC LEGAL CONCEPTS
207
POLLUTION CONTROL
537
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS AND LAND
775
Index
1051
Copyright

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About the author (2013)


Elizabeth Fisher is a Reader in Environmental Law at Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford and is General Editor of the Journal of Environmental Law. She has written widely on environmental law and related topics and was shortlisted for the OUP Law Teacher of the Year Award in 2011 and winner of the SLS Peter Birks Book Prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship in 2008.


Bettina Lange is a Lecturer in Law and Regulation at the University of Oxford. Bettina has written widely on socio-legal aspects of environmental regulation. She teaches courses on environmental law, socio-legal research methods, and regulation.



Eloise Scotford is a Lecturer in Law at King's College London. She teaches and convenes environmental law and tort law modules, and also teaches public law. Particular topics of research interest include EU and comparative national approaches to environmental law, the legal roles of environmental principles and the integration (doctrinal and otherwise) of UK environmental law.

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