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Law and Ecology The Rise of the Ecosystem Regime

By: Richard O Brooks, Ross Jones and Ross A Virginia
411 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Ashgate
Law and Ecology
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This volume explores the relationship between ecology and environmental law. Its comprehensive and stringent approach to the area makes it an essential resource for all serious scholars and students of ecology and environmental law.


The problem; The early history of ecology and environmental law; Before the dawn - ecology and environmental law at mid-century; The lover's quarrel between law and ecology; The shy embrace of law and ecology: The courtship of law and ecology; The marriage: ecological planning for environmental law; Ecology and law in the 1990s - the law of place-based ecosystem regimes and management; The ecosystemic regime and biodiversity protection in the 1990s; International environmental law regimes: coming of age in the 1990s; Conclusion: lessons of history and future directions.

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By: Richard O Brooks, Ross Jones and Ross A Virginia
411 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Ashgate
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