Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law
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Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law

Edited by Michael Faure

The Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law is a landmark reference work, providing definitive and comprehensive coverage of this dynamic field. The Encyclopedia is organised into 12 volumes around top-level subjects – such as water, energy and climate change – that reflect some of the most pressing issues facing us today. Each volume probes the key elements of law, the essential concepts, and the latest research through concise, structured entries written by international experts. Each entry includes an extensive bibliography as a starting point for further reading. The mix of authoritative commentary and insightful discussion will make this an essential tool for research and teaching, as well as a valuable resource for professionals and policymakers.
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Volume XI: Human Rights and the Environmen (forthcoming)

Edited by James R. May, Distinguished Professor of Law, Widener University Delaware Law School and Chief Sustainability Officer, Widener University and Erin Daly, Professor of Law, Widener University Delaware Law School, Widener University, USA and Vice President for Institutional Development, UNIFA, Haiti