Environmental Law in Development

Environmental Law in Development

Lessons from the Indonesian Experience

New Horizons in Environmental and Energy Law series

Edited by Michael Faure and Nicole Niessen

This book asks whether environmental law and policy in developed countries can be successfully transferred to developing countries. It questions whether developing countries are indeed ready and able to implement new ideas from the developed world, such as the integration of environmental law, and use of market-oriented instruments.

Chapter 6: Toward integrated environmental law: Indonesian experiences so far and expectations of a future Environmental Management Act

Takdir Rahmadi

Subjects: environment, environmental law, law - academic, environmental law


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