This source provides comprehensive coverage of Canadian environmental law and focuses on laws enacted to protect the natural environment, particularly legislation dealing with environmental impact assessment, environmental remediation and enhancement, waste management and pollution control
Also available in print: KE3619 .B46 2019 LAW (Reserve).
This title is a comprehensive introductory guide to environmental law that incorporates discussion of recent developments in environmental litigation and regulation alongside reference to key statutory developments from the past half decade.
This resource gives information on Canadian environmental processes and regulatory regimes such as pesticide laws, nutrient management schemes, source water protection processes and opportunities for public engagement and participation, as well as environmental approvals and permits.
This edition examines environmental issues and trends through the lens of legal concepts and Canada's regulatory frameworks. From the evolution of environmental law to the protection of environmental rights, students will understand the connections between the environment and national and international law, governance, planning, economics, and health.
Also available in print: KE3619 .M34 LAW.
This text offers an in-depth description and analysis of the complex and ever-expanding array of domestic and international laws and initiatives addressing climate change in Canada. Containing comprehensive coverage of provincial and federal legislation and policy developments from across Canada, this text also describes in detail some of the many emerging climate change law sub-disciplines.
This timely Research Handbook offers an insightful review of how legal systems - whether domestic, international or transnational - can and should adjust to fairly and effectively support loss and damage (L&D) claims in climate change law. Split into four parts, the Research Handbook investigates the current legal frameworks for L&D across both public international law and domestic law.
This text provides a comparative overview of climate change mitigation issues and international regulatory approaches, bringing together expert contributors to analyse key sectors such as energy, transport, cities, industry, land use, agriculture and waste.
In response to discourses of collapsology and end-of-growth theories, this monograph offers an analytical approach to developing legal responses that can help ensure the needs of present and future generations can be met through energy systems, infrastructure development, and natural resources management in these times of disruption.