Environmental Law by David HughesEnvironmental Law by David Hughes

Environmental Law

byDavid Hughes, Tim Jewell, Jason Lowther

Paperback | June 20, 2002

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Environmental Law examines the current state of environmental law with particular regard to England and Wales, within the context of both EC and International Environmental Law, and also with reference to wider policy and ethical issues. This edition features a restructured coverage of topics,thus increasing the accessibility of the text. New developments include the introduction of the IPPC regime, the growing impact of human rights issues, new countryside access provisions and considerable changes relating to planning controls.
David Hughes LLB (Liverpool), LLM (Cantab), FRSA, Professor of Housing and Planning Law, De Montfort Law School, De Montfort University, Leicester Tim Jewell LLB, MPhil (Leicester), Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Jason Lowther LLB (Middlesex Polytechnic), LLM (Southampton), PCGE, Lecturer in Law, School of Legal St...
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Title:Environmental LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:798 pages, 9.69 × 6.14 × 1.54 inPublished:June 20, 2002Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0406942919

ISBN - 13:9780406942913

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Table of Contents

PART I: THE OVERALL STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW1. Environmental Law - The Past, Present and Future2. The Ethical Basis of Environmental Law and its Principles3. The Players: Bodies Responsible for the Formulation and Implementation of Environmental Policy and Regulation4. Environmental Law: The International and European Dimension5. Human Rights and the Environment6. Civil Liability for Environmental Damage7. Access to Environmental information and Environmental JusticePART II: PROTECTION OF THE LAND8. The Basic Structure of Planning Control9. The Use of Land in Rural Areas and Powers to Deal with Derelict Land10. Access to the Countryside and Public Rights of Way11. Controversial Uses of Land12. Genetic Modification Technology and the Environment13. Mineral Extraction14. Waste Management15. Contaminated LandPART III: LEHAL PROTECTION FOR THE ATMOSPHERE AND INTEGRATED CONTROLS OVER MAJOR POLLUTING ACTIVITIES16. IPC and IPPC17. Atmospheric Pollution18. NoisePART IV: PROTECTION OF THE AQUEOUS ENVIRONMENT19. Marine PollutionIndex