Environmental Law Dimensions of Human Rights by Ben BoerEnvironmental Law Dimensions of Human Rights by Ben Boer

Environmental Law Dimensions of Human Rights

EditorBen Boer

Hardcover | April 1, 2015

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How can we guarantee a right to life or a right to health without also guaranteeing a decent environment in which to exercise these rights? It is becoming increasingly obvious that a high quality environment is key to the fundamental human rights of life and health, and associated rights suchas the right to clean water, adequate housing, and food. This book canvasses a range of law and policy issues concerning human rights and the environment. Each chapter examines an aspect of the links between environmental law and human rights in substantive and/or procedural terms, loosely falling into four themes: human rights and the environment in thecontext of the private sector; analysis of decisions of the European and Inter-American courts in respect of substantive and procedural aspects; human rights and the environment in the Asian region, including the issue of human displacement; and the future direction of human rights and environmentlaw.
Professor Ben Boer has been teaching and researching in the field of national and international environmental law since 1979. He specializes in the Asia Pacific region, in the fields of sustainable development, natural and cultural heritage conservation, biodiversity, and human rights and the environment. He was appointed as a Distingu...
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Title:Environmental Law Dimensions of Human RightsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.03 inPublished:April 1, 2015Publisher:OUPLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198736142

ISBN - 13:9780198736141

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Table of Contents

1. Natasha Affolder: Square Pegs and Round Holes? Environmental Rights and the Private Sector2. Elisa Morgera: Benefit- Sharing as a Bridge between the Environmental and Human Rights Accountability of Multinational Corporations3. Riccardo Pavoni: Environmental Jurisprudence of the European and Inter-American Courts of Human Rights: Comparative Insights4. Ludwig Kramer: Access to Environmental Justice in the European Courts5. Ben Boer: Environmental and Human Rights in the Asia-Pacific6. Stefan Gruber: Human Displacement and Climate Change in the Asia-Pacific7. Alan Boyle: Human Rights and the Environment: Where Next?