Edited by Paul Martin, Li Zhiping, Qin Tianbao, Anel Du Plessis, Yves Le Bouthillier and Angela Williams
This timely volume provides fascinating insights into emerging developments in the field of legal governance of the environment at a time when environmental governance is increasingly concerned with far more than legal doctrine.
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- Environmental Governance and Sustainability
- Table of Cases
- Table of legislation
- Introduction: The Scholarship of Environmental Governance
- Chapter 1: Instruments for Environmental Governance: What Works?
- Chapter 2: Does (Property) Diversity Beget (Landscape) Sustainability?
- Chapter 3: Creating Next Generation Rural Landscape Governance: The Challenge for Environmental Law Scholarship
- Chapter 4: Constitutionalism and the Environment: The Evolution of Environmental Governance in China’s Socialist Market Economy
- Chapter 5: Toward a More Effective Environmental Criminal Law in China
- Chapter 6: A Feasible Approach to Environmental Public Interest Litigation: The People’s Procuratorate as Plaintiff
- Chapter 7: Environmental E-governance in China: Insights from Government-citizen Interaction
- Chapter 8: Global Climate Disruption and Water Law Reform in the United States
- Chapter 9: The Legal Protection of Ramsar Wetlands: Australian Reforms
- Chapter 10: Drinking Water Security in China: A Critical Justice Issue
- Chapter 11: The Quest for a World Environment Organization: Reflections on a Failing Debate as an Input for Future Improvement
- Chapter 12: Human Rights Law, Refugee and Migration Law, and Environmental Law: Exploring their Contributions in the Context of ‘Environmental Migration’
- Chapter 13: Climate Change: Legal Impediments to Technology Transfer
- Chapter 14: Implementing Stewardship in Kenyan Land Use Law: The Case for a Sustainability Extension
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