Environmental Damage in International and Comparative Law (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
380
Utgivningsdatum
2002-10-01
Förlag
OUP Oxford
Medarbetare
Boyle, Alan
Illustrationer
black & white illustrations
Dimensioner
248 x 165 x 25 mm
Vikt
680 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
52:B&W 6.14 x 9.21in or 234 x 156mm (Royal 8vo) Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9780199255733
Environmental Damage in International and Comparative Law (inbunden)

Environmental Damage in International and Comparative Law

Problems of Definition and Valuation

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This study considers the topical problem of defining and valuing "environmental damage" from the perspective of international and comparative law. The contributors include experts in national and international law, civil and common law, as well as in the laws of developed and developing states, an economist and a member of the UN Compensation Commission.
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Journal of Environmental Law Review from other book by this author 'This collection comes from two of the most widely respected academics in the field. It is well organized into ten parts...The collection is stated in the preface to be intended primarily for student use in courses on international environmental law, but will also be of great assistance to practitioners needing access to the main international materials within a manageable volume.'

Scottish Planning & Environmental Law 'The book is very much a working manual for those interested in the interplay between environmental issues and the international legal system. It is commendably free of unnecessary forewords or introductions and is as up to date as it is reasonably possible to be in this field. It also indicates whether or not the appropriate measure has come into force - a critical component for the professional practitioner.'

The American Journal of International Law Vol. 94, 2000 : ... a treasure trove of information, insightful analysis, and critical commentary.

EJIL (2000) Vol 11 No. 4 939-946 the best up-to-date primer on marine environment law today.

"This book by Boyle is the most serious recent publication on this topic [on human rights]...the book under review is the most versatile study on the problem of the link of human rights and environmental protection. The book raises all the relevant issues in a comprehensive and stimulating manner. It gives an overview of different arguments. It strikes a good balance between theory and practice...a must for all international lawyers."

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<br>Alan Boyle has taught and practised International Law and International Environmental Law for over twenty years. Educated at Oxford, he taught at Queen Mary College, London, and is now Professor of Public International Law at Edinburgh University. <br>Mr Michael Bowman is a lecturer in law at Nottingham University<br>

Innehållsförteckning

1. The Definition and Valuation of Environmental Harm; 2. Reparation for Environmental Damage in International Law: Some Preliminary Problems; 3. The Economic Value of Environmental Damage; 4. Intrinsic Value and Biological Diversity; 5. Environmental Damage and Living Modified Organisims; 6. Indigenous Peoples' Lifestyle as an Environmental Valuation Problem; 7. Environmental Damage in the Practice of the UN Compensation Commission; 8. Environmental Damage and Environmental Impact Assessment; 9. The Concept of Environmental Damage in International Liability Regimes; 10. The Relationship Between Environmental Damage and Pollution: Marine Oil Pollution Laws in Malasia and Singapore; 11. Environmental Damages in Common Law; 12. Environmental Damage in the Legal Systems of the Nordic Countries and Germany; 13. Civil Law Approaches to Environmental Damage: Poland; 14. Definition and Valuation of Environmental Damage: The Contribution of the Scottish Legal System; 15. The Approach of Mixed Legal Systems: The Case of Mauritius; 16. Definition and Valuation of Environmental Damage in Turkey; 17. Environmental Damage and Valuation in Brazil; 18. Caribbean Environmental Damage and Valuation; 19. The EC White Paper on Environment Liability and the Recovery of Damages for Injury to Public Natural Resources