Public Interest Perspectives in Environmental Law By Edited by David Robinson
Public Interest Perspectives in Environmental Law
by Edited by David Robinson
Studying the proposed environmental rights of the citizen, this study describes current experiences and public interest in the issue both in the UK and abroad. Controversial viewpoints are raised by Friends of the Earth, leukemia sufferers and the legal advisers of British Nuclear Fuels.
Partial table of contents:; INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCES; Public Interest Environmental Litigation in the United States (D. Robbins); Public Interest Environmental Law Firms in the United States (D. Robinson); The Right of Environmental Organisations in Germany to Bring Suits and the Environmental Legal Assistance Fund eV (M. Berger); Collective Interests in Brazilian Environmental Law (E. Fernandes); Public Interest Perspectives on the Bhopal Case: Tort, Crime or Violation of Human Rights?; (M. Anderson); UK RESPONSES; Shifting the Environmental Balance (M. Day); Legal Standing in Scotland (C. Reid); Pollution Control: A Preventive Approach for Urban Communities (P. Shiner); ENVIRONMENTAL COURTS?; Do We Need an Environmental Court in Britain?; (G. McLeod); CONCLUSION; Public Interest Environmental Law Commentary and Analysis (D. Robinson); Index.
Public Interest Perspectives in Environmental Law by Edited by David Robinson
Edited by David Robinson
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