3 edition of International Environmental Justice found in the catalog.
by Ashgate Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||166|
"Guide to International Environmental Law" addresses why and how the international system elaborates environmental obligations and monitors compliance with them. The book discusses the relationship between international obligations and national and local law, with particular reference to federal systems. It points out the influence national law has on the emergence of international law and the. The book is an exploration of the intricate nexus that emerges as a result of globalisation, inextricably linking together issues of international law, human Cited by: 2.
Carolyn Stephens, Chris Church, in International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Second Edition), Origins of Environmental Justice – Born in the USA. Environmental justice originated in protests in the s by community groups in the USA against the repeated siting of polluting factories and waste sites in predominantly black neighborhoods and indigenous peoples' reservations. The first part of the chapter deals with the application of criminal law at the national and international level in relation to the victims of environmental harm, and includes a discussion of the challenges of incorporating environmental harms into criminal law, an overview of victims of environmental harm in various domestic criminal justice.
17 International Environmental Law and Sovereign Wealth Funds Benjamin J. Richardson 18 Transnational Corporations and Extractive Industries Sara L. Seck part iv environmental justice and vulnerable groups 19 Food Justice: An Environmental Justice Critique of the Global Food System Carmen G. Gonzalez. International Criminal Justice Review in cross-national studies. Moving forward, the journal is also particularly interested in publishing research on environmental criminology, immigration and crime, drugs/alcohol and crime, as well as research based on ethnographic or innovative methods. Book Review: Reconstructing rights: Courts.
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This important work satisfies the need for a thorough assessment of environmental justice concerns at the global level. Using three international environmental case studies, the book extends the theory of environmental justice, commonly used in domestic settings, to the international arena of environmental law, policy and by: 5.
The first of its kind, this anthology of eighty international primary literary texts―poems, short stories, personal essays, testimonials, activist statements, and group-authored visions―illuminates Environmental Justice as a concept and a movement worldwide in a way that is accessible to students, scholars, and general readers.5/5(3).
‘Tim Stephens’ book International Courts and Environmental Protection marks a significant moment in the literature on the use of international judicial mechanisms in the field of the environment. As the commentary on the jacket observes, now more than ever judicial processes are among those that may be of vital importance for the protection Author: Tim Stephens.
The first of its kind, this anthology of eighty international primary literary textspoems, short stories, personal essays, testimonials, activist statements, and group-authored visionsilluminates Environmental Justice as a concept and a movement worldwide in a way /5. Edith Brown Weiss (born Febru ) is an American lawyer and legal scholar, known for her contributions on International Law; specifically International Environmentalshe served as President of the American Society of International Law.
She has worked for many international organizations, including the World Bank, where she was part of the Inspection Panel from Environmental justice is one of the most controversial and important issues in contemporary social science.
Volume 8 of the Energy and Environmental Policy series challenges our understanding of environmental justice in a global context. It includes theoretical investigations and case studies by leading authors in the field.
Global forces of technology and the development of global markets are. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA defines environmental justice as: "The fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies.".
International environmental law covers topics such as biodiversity, climate change, ozone depletion, toxic and hazardous substances, desertification, marine resources, and the quality of air, land and water. It also has synergies with related areas of international law like international trade, human rights, international finance, and so on.
Cambridge Core - Environmental Law - International Environmental Law and the Global South - edited by Shawkat Alam. The history of international efforts in environmental justice parallels the series of agreements and conventions held around the globe to address environmental issues. Bullard recounts that during the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, there was not much official discussion about environmental justice in the context of human by: This book will be of interest to policymakers, energy and environmental experts, and all those interested in the environment and environmental law.
It provides new perspectives on the place of environmental justice in international political and economic Edition: 1st Edition.
This book offers a unique angle on this complex topic by providing an understanding of environmental justice from both a United States and an international perspective.
Each chapter covers a different case study that examines people and groups who have been unfairly exposed to unreasonable environmental conditions in different parts of the world. Book Description. This important work satisfies the need for a thorough assessment of environmental justice concerns at the global level.
Using three international environmental case studies, the book extends the theory of environmental justice, commonly used in domestic settings, to the international arena of environmental law, policy and politics. Get this from a library. International environmental justice: a North-South dimension.
[Ruchi Anand] -- "This important work satisfies the need for a thorough assessment of environmental justice concerns at the global level.
Using three international environmental case studies, the book extends the. This book is a major contribution to the scholarship on climate justice and environmental justice studies."—David Naguib Pellow, UC Santa Barbara, author of Resisting Global Toxics: Transnational Movements for Environmental Justice.
This book explores the process of shipbreaking in developing countries, with a particular focus on Bangladesh. In the past, shipbreaking (the disposal of obsolete ships) was a very common industrial activity in many developed countries.
environmental justice, international environmental law and international maritime law – this book. Climate Justice: Case Studies in Global and Regional Governance Challenges elevates the climate change conversation above the stultifying echo-chamber of what to do into the realm of how international, national, regional and local legal regimes can help to level otherwise unbalanced outcomes.
The book’s 24 chapters are a globe-trotting. This book looks at distributive justice under the CDM regime and focuses on the issue of equity in the geographic distribution of CDM projects among developing countries. The book investigates relevant aspects of international law to identify the legal characteristics of equitable distribution or distributive justice, in order to establish what Author: Tomilola Akanle Eni-Ibukun.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Environmental Justice and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: International and Domestic Legal Perspectives by Laura Westra at Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : Laura Westra. This important work satisfies the need for a thorough assessment of environmental justice concerns at the global level.
Using three international environmental case studies, the book extends the theory of environmental justice, commonly used in domestic settings, to the international arena of environmental law, policy and : Ruchi Anand.
Environmental Law and Populism. On 20th Novemberthe Journal of Environmental Law will host its annual free half-day workshop at Corpus Christi College, Oxford on the theme of 'Environmental Law and Populism'.Details of the programme can be found on the workshop webpage.International Criminal Justice Review (ICJR) publishes peer-reviewed research on crime and justice across the the journal’s inception, it maintains a strong interest in cross-national criminology.
Also, the journal is particularly interested in publishing research on environmental criminology, immigration and crime, drugs/alcohol and crime, research based on qualitative or.The article concludes with a discussion of the globalization of the environmental justice movement, discourse, and issues, as well as with some policy implications of finding and understanding.