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David A. Hensher and John M. Rose

Choice modelling is an area of growing popularity as many researchers and consultants seek to find better ways to explain the choices made by individuals, households and firms in many application contexts such as transportation, health services, environmental science, marketing, finance, economics, tourism, vacationing, education and employment. Choice modelling as a field began as long ago as 1927 but it was the research in the 1960s and 1970s that cemented the field as a dominant one for studying choice. This authoritative research review brings together seminal papers that laid out the main features of the booming literature on discrete choice modelling.
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David A. Hensher and John M. Rose

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David A. Hensher and John M. Rose

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Edited by Rose-Liza Eisma-Osorio, Elizabeth A. Kirk and Jessica Steinberg Albin

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Rose-Liza Eisma-Osorio, Elizabeth A. Kirk and Jessica Steinberg Albin

It might seem an odd point in time to write an introduction to a book of success stories in environmental law. There are a growing number of strikes by schoolchildren around the world as they protest the lack of action to tackle climate change. There are more and more reports of environmental harm. The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) Summary for Policymakers of the global assessment report on biodiversity and ecosystem services released in 2019 revealed the dev¬astating scale of loss of biodiversity across the world. The report notes that approximately 1 million animal and plant species are threatened with extinc¬tion, despite global and national laws on conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity. Again, despite our global commitments to tackling greenhouse gasses, the report notes that since 1980, emissions have doubled and global temperatures have continued to rise; and by 2015, despite a myriad of laws on fishing, only 7 per cent of fish stocks were harvested at sustainable levels. Underpinning much of this bad news is that around three-quarters of all land has been changed to a significant degree by human actions.

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The Impact of Environmental Law

Stories of the World We Want

Edited by Rose-Liza Eisma-Osorio, Elizabeth A. Kirk and Jessica Steinberg Albin

This cutting-edge book invites readers to rethink environmental law and its critical role in ensuring a sustainable future for all. Illustrating narratives of successful developments in environmental law, contributors draw out key lessons and practices for effective reform and highlight opportunities by which we can respond to environmental challenges facing the planet.