Global Issues in Environmental Law
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This book introduces the student to international and comparative dimensions of environmental law. Intended for use as a supplement in basic environmental law courses, Global Issues in Environmental Law covers constitutional protection of the environment; the precautionary principle; intergenerational equity; international and comparative approaches to the regulation of air, water, and toxic substance pollution; global climate change; wildlife and biodiversity preservation; the law of the sea; and management of oceans and coastal areas.
West Academic Publishing
St. Paul, MN
Comparative and Foreign Law | Environmental Law | International Law | Law
Salcido, Rachael E. and McCaffrey, Stephen C., "Global Issues in Environmental Law" (2009). McGeorge School of Law Teaching Materials. 7.