Environmental Regulation (Elgar Mini Series)

Environmental Regulation (Elgar Mini Series)

By: Sharron McEldowney (editor), John McEldowney (editor)Hardback

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Featuring an original introduction by the editors, this important collection of essays explores the main issues surrounding the regulation of the environment. The expert contributors illustrate that regulating the environment in the UK is conceptually complex, involves a diverse range of institutions, techniques and methodologies and crosses geographical and national boundaries. In the USA it is more formalised, juridical, adversarial and formally dependent upon legal rules. The articles highlight the fact that despite differences in the UK and the USA's regulatory styles, environmental regulation today has much in common with both traditions.

About Author

Edited by John McEldowney, Professor of Law, University of Warwick, UK and Sharron McEldowney, Principal Lecturer, Molecular and Applied Biosciences, University of Westminster, UK

Contents

Contents Acknowledgements Introduction Regulating the Environment: 21st Century Challenges John McEldowney and Sharron McEldowney PART I ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE 1. Daniel Barstow Magraw and Lisa D. Hawke (2007), `Sustainable Development' 2. Daniel A. Farber (2011), `The Challenge of Climate Change Adaption: Learning from National Planning Efforts in Britain, China, and the USA' PART II MODELS OF REGULATION, PRECAUTION AND RISK 3. David Vogel (1986), `Government Regulation in Great Britain and the United States' 4. Neil Carter and Philip Lowe (1994), `Environmental Politics and Administrative Reform' 5. Neil Gunningham (2009), `Environmental Law, Regulation and Governance: Shifting Architectures' 6. Jonathan B. Wiener (2007), `Precaution' 7. Priscilla Schwartz (2010), `The Polluter-Pays Principle' 8. Elizabeth Fisher, Pasky Pascual and Wendy Wagner (2010), `Understanding Environmental Models in Their Legal and Regulatory Context' 9. Jane Holder (2004), `Tracking Environmental Assessment' PART III ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION, POLICY AND GOVERNANCE 10. Maria Carmen Lemos and Arun Agrawal (2006), `Environmental Governance' 11. Steven Bernstein (2005), `Legitimacy in Global Environmental Governance' 12. Elizabeth A. Kirk and Kirsty L. Blackstock (2011), `Enhanced Decision Making: Balancing Public Participation against "Better Regulation" in British Environmental Permitting Regimes' 13. Tony Prosser (2010), `The Environmental Agency' 14. Richard Macrory (2012), `Environmental Regulation as an Instrument of Constitutional Change' 15. Neil Gunningham (2011), `Enforcing Environmental Regulation' 16. Michael G. Faure and Katarina Svatikova (2012), `Criminal or Administrative Law to Protect the Environment? Evidence from Western Europe' 17. Benjamin J. Richardson (2009), `Climate Finance and its Governance: Moving to a Low Carbon Economy Through Socially Responsible Financing?' PART IV ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION ACROSS SECTORS 18. Veerle Heyvaert (2011), `Governing Climate Change: Towards a New Paradigm for Risk Regulation' 19. Hans Vedder (2010), `The Treaty of Lisbon and European Environmental Law and Policy' 20. Gerd Winter (2010), `The Climate is No Commodity: Taking Stock of the Emissions Trading System' 21. William Howarth (2009), `Aspiration and Realities under the Water Framework Directive: Proceduralisation, Participation and Practicalities' 22. Joanne Scott (2009), `REACH: Combining Harmonization and Dynamism in the Regulation of Chemicals' 23. Jill Wakefield (2012), `Common Fisheries Policy Reform and Sustainability' PART V REGULATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS 24. Jan Hancock (2003), `The Human Right to Natural Resources' 25. Ole W. Pedersen (2010), `Environmental Principles and Environmental Justice', PART VI ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES 26. Roger Brownsword (2010), `The Age of Regulatory Governance and Nanotechnologies' 27. Colin Scott (2007), `Rethinking Regulatory Governance for the Age of Biotechnology' 28. Maria Lee (2008), `GMOs in the EU: The Scope of the Debate' PART VII ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 29. Philippe Cullet (2010), `Environment and Development - The Missing Link' 30. Jingchen Zhao (2012), `The Harmonious Society, Corporate Social Responsibility and Legal Responses to Ethical Norms in Chinese Company Law' 31. V.K. Agarwal (2005), `Environmental Laws in India: Challenges for Enforcement' 32. Rohan Mukherjee and David M. Malone (2011), `Global Responsibilities: India's Approach' PART VIII 21ST CENTURY CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION 33. Elizabeth Fisher, Bettina Lange, Eloise Scotford and Cinnamon Carlarne (2009), `Maturity and Methodology: Starting a Debate about Environmental Law Scholarship' 34. Julia Black (2012), `Paradoxes and Failures: "New Governance", Techniques and the Financial Crisis'

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780857938206
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 924
  • ID: 9780857938206
  • ISBN10: 0857938207

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