International Encyclopaedia of Laws: Environmental Law
This set in the International Encyclopaedia of Laws covers national and international environmental law. National monographs contain, besides a general introduction, a description of the country's environmental legislation, an overview of the basic principles of environmental law, the historical background, the role of governmental institutions, and the sources of environmental law.
Other subjects covered for each country include pollution control legislation, nature and conservation management, zoning and land-use planning, liability questions, and judicial remedies. In addition, international monographs cover international legislation and treaties and the environmental legislation of the European Economic Community.
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Part I: Pollution Control.
- General Law.
- Air Pollution.
- Water Pollution.
- Soil Pollution.
- Noise Pollution.
- Radiation and Vibrations (Nuclear and Non-Nuclear).
- Other Sectors.
Part II: Nature Conservation and Management.
- Monuments and Landscapes.
- Parks and Reserves.
- Wildlife Protection.
- Agricultural Resources.
- Fish Resources.
- Subsoil and Minerals.
- Other Sectors.
Part III: Zoning and Land-Use Planning.
Part IV: Liability Questions.
Part V: Juridical Actions of Individuals.
- Administrative Remedies.
- Judicial Remedies
Index. Current Contents FRONT MATTER: International Advisory Board; Encyclopaedias and Editors; Introducing the International Encyclopaedia of Laws; Curriculum Vitae of the General Editor. GENERAL SECTION: List of Contributors; Introducing the International Encyclopaedia of Environmental Law; Curriculum Vitae of the Editor; Curriculum Vitae of the Editor’s Assistant.
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