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Research handbook on human rights and the environment /

edited by Anna Grear, Louis J. Kotzé.

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Names: Grear, Anna, | Kotzé, Louis J.,
Published: Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015.
Series: Research handbooks in human rights.
Topics: Environmental law, International. | Human rights. | Umweltethik | Menschenrecht | Miljörätt. | Mänskliga rättigheter.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tEpistemologies of mastery /|rSam Adelman --|tEpistemologies of doubt /|rAndreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos --|tEcological subjectivities, responsibilities, and agency /|rLorraine Code --|tEnvironmental human rights: a constructive critique /|rPeter D. Burdon --|tThe closures of legal subjectivity: why examining 'law's person' is critical to an understanding of injustice in an age of climate crisis /|rAnna Grear --|tProperty rights, environmental justice and worldly order --|tlessons from natural law /|rSean Coyle --|tRe-imagining the role of the sovereign state and individual rights in mitigating the effects of the deterioration of the environment /|rFrancois Venter --|tHuman rights and the environment through an environmental constitutionalism lens /|rLouis J. Kotzé --|tConstitutions, human rights, and the environment: national approaches /|rDavid R. Boyd --|tSustainability, environmental citizenship rights and the ongoing challenges of reshaping supranational environmental governance /|rKaren Morrow --|tThe United Nations, human rights and the environment /|rLynda Collins --|tIn one ear and out the other: human rights consultations and environmental discourses for human rights in Australasia /|rBrad Jessup and Annette Jones --|tReflecting on cosmology and environmental protection: Maori cultural rights in Aotearoa New Zealand /|rCatherine J. Iorns Magallanes --|tEnvironmental justice and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights /|rSophie Thériault --|tAligning international environmental governance with the 'Aarhus principles' and participatory human rights /|rUlrich Beyerlin --|tThe interaction between human rights and the environment in the European 'Aarhus space' /|rEllen Hey --|tInternational courts and environmental human rights: re-imagining adjudicative paradigms /|rEvadne Grant --|tHuman rights and the environment in the African Union context /|rWerner Scholtz --|tProtecting the human rights of climate displaced persons: the promise and limits of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change /|rRosemary Lyster --|tHuman rights, environmental justice, and the North-South divide /|rCarmen G. Gonzalez --|tSelectivity in law-making: regulating extraterritorial environmental harm and human rights violations by transnational extractive corporations /|rPenelope Simons --|tEcosystem services, fear and the subjects of environmental human rights /|rAfshin Akhtar Khavari --|tEnvironmental and human rights in ethical context /|rKlaus Bosselmann.
520 1 |aBringing together leading international scholars in the field, this authoritative Handbook combines critical and doctrinal scholarship to illuminate some of the challenging tensions in the legal relationships between humans and the environment, and human rights and environment law. The accomplished contributors provide researchers and students with a rich source of reflection and engagement with the topic. Split into five parts, the book covers epistemologies, core values and closures, constitutionalisms, universalisms and regionalisms, with a final concluding section exploring major challenges and alternative futures. An essential resource for students and scholars of human rights law, the volume will also be of significant interest to those in the fields of environmental and constitutional law.
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