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Taking Stock of Environmental Assessment Law, Policy and Practice

Edited By: Jane Holder and Donald McGillivray
Taking Stock of Environmental Assessment
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This edited collection analyzes the appropriate balance between conservation and development and the place for participation and popular protest in environmental assessment. Examining the relationship between law, environmental governance and the regulation of decision-making, this volume takes a reflective and contextual approach, using wide range of theories, to explore the key features of modern environmental assessment.

This collection of work from experts in the area in the US and Europe provides a detailed treatment of key issues in environmental assessment, encouraging an appreciation of where environmental assessment has come from and how it could develop in the future. A 'stocktaking' exercise, this volume encompasses a broad range of concerns, timescales and legal and policy contexts.

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1. Taking Stock JANE HOLDER AND DONALD MCGILLIVRAY 2. Environmental Assessment: Dominant or Dormant? CARYS JONES, STEPHEN JAY, PAUL SLINN AND CHRISTOPHER WOOD 3. NEPA and the Curious Evolution of Environmental Impact Assessment in the United States BRADLEY C. KARKKAINEN 4. Better Regulation in Europe JONATHAN B. WIENER 5. The Development of Environmental Assessment at the Level of the European Union LUDWIG KRAMER 6. Substance and Procedure under the Strategic Environmental Assessment Directive and the Water Framework Directive WILLIAM HOWARTH 7. Access to Justice and the EIA Directive: the Implications of the Aarhus Convention AINE RYALL 8. Bringing Environmental Assessment into the Digital Age DANIEL A. FARBER 9. The Prospects for Ecological Impact Assessment JANE HOLDER Index

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Dr Jane Holder joined the Faculty of Laws, UCL in 1992, from Warwick University (First Class LLB). She is currently Senior Lecturer at the Faculty, Editor of Current Legal Problems, and a member of the Centre for Law and the Environment, UCL
Edited By: Jane Holder and Donald McGillivray
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