Law in Environmental Decision-making: National, European, and International Perspectives

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Tim Jewell, Jenny Steele
Clarendon Press, 1998 - 294 pages
This collection draws together a range of approaches to environmental legal issues, covering a broad spectrum from domestic to international law. The contributors investigate aspects of law's influence in environmental decision-making and consider whether legal institutions and theory can respond adequately to the challenge of environmental change.

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Contents

International Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights
3
Commonwealth of Australia v State of Tasmania 1983 158 CLR 1 High
9
Regulatory Evolution in Pollution Control
29
Federal Water Pollution Control Act 35
35
Fisheries Management Act 1994
37
Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 446
44
Environment Protection Authority v Caltex Refining Co Pty Ltd 1993 68
48
Threatened Species Act 1995
51
Procureur de la République v Association de Défense
182
Regulations
189
Smoke Nuisances Metropolis Act 1853
193
Regulation 88092EEC OJ 1992 L99 79 147
195
Commission v Netherlands 1987 ECR 3483
196
Commission v Belgium 1980 ECR 1473
197
Commission v Council 1993 ECR I939 186
202
Globalization
207

The Prospects
73
Statutory Instruments
85
Asbestos Industry Regulations 1931 SI 1931 No 1140 127 128
93
Directive 84631EEC OJ 1985 L326 176
96
Finance Act 1987
100
Tort Law and Environmental Risk
107
Nuclear Installations Act 1965
122
Caparo Industries Ltd v Dickman plc 1990 2 AC 605
126
CSR Ltd and Midalco Ltd Dust Diseases Tribunal of New South
128
Bush 1993 QB 727 CA
133
Canada
145
87
146
1978 ECR 629 202
150
Dynamics Process and Instruments of Environmental
161
Treaties
163
International Agreements
170
Rivers Prevention of Pollution Act 1951
173
Cinisello Balsamo Case 38087 1989 ECR 2491 197 198
175
Numerical List
178
Settlement of the Case in the International Court
211
International Environmental Law in Evolution
229
Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer Rep 26
232
Coastal Fisheries Protection Act 1985
234
African Charter on Human Rights and Peoples Rights 27 June 1981 Rep 21
236
Marine Mammal Protection Act 1972
241
GabcikovoNagymaros Project HungarySlovakia Case Concerning 1997
243
Rio Declaration Declaration on Environment and Development Rio
244
Town and Country Planning Development Plan Regulations 1991 SI 1991
247
UN Charter
249
Lac Lanoux Arbitration France v Spain 24 ILR 101
250
Continental Shelf Libya Arab JamahiriyaMalta Case Concerning Application
253
United Kingdom
256
Bibliography
267
Administrative Procedure Act 1946 10
276
United States of America
279
Index
285
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Tim Jewell and Jenny Steele are both lecturers in law at the University of Southampton. Both have published widely in the area of international law. Tim Jewell is also Managing Editor of the Journal Environmental Law and Management

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