Environmental Law: Text, Cases & Materials
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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Acknowledgements to Copyright Holders
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments
Table of European Legislation
Table of Conventions and Agreements
Aarhus Convention action administrative law analysis apply areas Article challenge Chapter civil sanctions Commission Community competence complex concept concerned consider constitutional context costs Council Directive Court criminal decision decision-making discussion economic effect enforcement Environment Agency environmental principles environmental problems environmental protection EU law European Parliament EWCA Civ EWHC example framework FURTHER READING highlights HM Treasury impact implementation important institutions international environmental law international law involved issues judicial review Justice legal culture legislation liability measures Member Natural England nature offences operation paragraph particular planning political polluter pays principle pollution precautionary principle private law procedure provisions public law question reasons regimes regulation regulatory strategy relation to environmental relevant requires role rules scientific Secretary Section significant social soft law statutory nuisance strict liability sustainable development TFEU tion Treaty Tribunal UK environmental law waste