3 edition of Access to Environmental Justice found in the catalog.
June 30, 2007 by BRILL .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||380|
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Access to Environmental Justice: A Sourcebook on Environmental Rights and Legal Remedies This is a comprehensive and timely material which aims to equip the green courts, environmental law practitioners, law enforcers and other audiences, concerning the. Access to environmental justice by non-state actors grafts onto three major postwar developments in international law: (1) the recognition of universal human rights, both civil and political, and social, economic, and cultural; (2) the rise of environmental awareness in the s which led to the flourishing of domestic, regional, and international environmental law; and (3) changes in.
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