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Author Anton, Donald K
Title Environmental protection and human rights / Donald K. Anton, Dinah L. Shelton
Imprint Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS OPACMSG BARCODE
 人文社會聯圖  K3585 .A58 2011    AVAILABLE    30600020071495
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  344.046 An885 2011    AVAILABLE  -  30500101438730
Descript xxxviii, 986 p. ; 26 cm
Note "With unique scholarly analysis and practical discussion, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to the relationship between environmental protection and human rights being formalized into law in many legal systems. By illuminating human rights theory and the institutions that can be employed to meet environmental goals, this book instructs on environmental techniques and procedures that assist in the protection of human rights. The text provides cogent guidance on a growing international jurisprudence on the promotion and protection of human rights in relation to the environment that has been developed by international and regional human rights bodies and tribunals. It explores a rich body of case law that continues to develop within states on the environmental dimension of the rights to life, to health, and to public participation and access to information. Five compelling contemporary case studies are included that implicate human rights and the environment, ranging from large dam projects, to the creation of a new human rights, to a clean environment"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references and index
Machine generated contents note: 1. Law and the environment; 2. The environment as a human rights issue; 3. An introduction to human rights origins and theory; 4. The international protection of human rights; 5. International human rights institutions and procedures; 6. Substantive human rights; 7. Procedural human rights and the environment; 8. Indigenous peoples, rights and the environment; 9. Humanitarian crises: armed conflicts and other disasters; 10. Environmental rights and international finance: the World Bank example; 11. Human rights, the environment, and corporate accountability
Subject Environmental law, International
Human rights
Alt Author Shelton, Dinah
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