446 pages , Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. , 2013-01-28 McIntyre's work explains the legal means by which requirements of environmental protection influence the determination of a reasonable and equitable regime for allocating rights to riparian states to utilize shared freshwater resources.
1070 pages , Aspen Law & Business , 2003 The new edition of this highly respected casebook continues to provide an exceptionally cohesive interdisciplinary overview of the fundamental issues of environmental law. From history and theory to litigation, regulation, and policy, the authors provide a seamless blend of enlightening and engaging material.If you have not used E...[Read More]
268 pages , Kluwer Law International B.V. , 1997-10-01 The number of global instruments affecting the law of marine environmental protection--both `soft' and `hard' law--grows constantly. Regional organizations have become increasingly concerned with matters affecting traditional freedoms of the seas. As a result, the law in this area has rapidly expanded, often creating...[Read More]
270 pages , Edward Elgar Publishing , 2013-01-01 'Environmental Protection, Security and Armed Conflict is a timely reminder of the need to integrate sustainable development into key areas of international law, including all phases of armed conflict. Onita Das cleverly picks her way through the applicable law and derives solid suggestions for the future.' – Karen Hulme...[Read More]
256 pages , Oxford University Press , 2017-03-13 In 1962, Rachel Carson's Silent Spring sounded an alarm: the natural environment is being dangerously degraded because of human activity. Ever since, environmental protection has been a major societal concern. A robust system of environmental laws has emerged in the United States, commercialactivities are increasingly scru...[Read More]
546 pages , Newnes , 2013-05-20 Applications of the science of fluid mechanics to the new and expanding fields of industrial safety and environmental protection are discussed in this volume. The material is organized in accordance with the chain-of-events in real accidents, starting with the loss of containment of hazardous fluids, going on to the spreading and mixing pr...[Read More]
244 pages , Greenwood Publishing Group , 1991-01-01 This book brings together the work of scholars from England, France, Germany, Sweden, and the United States to examine the ways in which industrialized nations have used and are developing tax laws to help alleviate environmental problems. For each country, the contributors offer a thorough review of existing and propos...[Read More]
480 pages , Martinus Nijhoff Publishers , 2007 This books offers a comprehensive and innovative picture of the Community's implementation of its international obligations in the field of the marine environment, looking at the participation of the EC and its member states in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and other relevant agreements.