- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2020
- Springer Nature Switzerland AG
- Bosselmann, Klaus / Fermeglia, Matteo
- 5 Illustrations, color; 7 Illustrations, black and white; XII, 264 p. 12 illus., 5 illus. in color.
- 234 x 156 x 18 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 568 g
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This book offers recent insights into some of the burning issues of our times: climate change, exposure to chemicals, refugee issues and the ecological harm that accompanies conflict situations. It brings together a group of pioneering scholars, mostly legal experts but also thinkers from various scientific disciplines, to discuss concerns from around the globe - from Australia and New Zealand, to Canada and the United States, European countries including Germany, Italy, Britain and the Czech Republic, as well as the African continent. Presenting the latest climate and ecology-related case law, as well as analyses of the conceptual issues that underlie international problems, it covers the extinction of species, the basic role of women and Indigenous peoples in protecting the environment, the failure of today's states to protect the human right to a safe environment and public health, the harm arising from industrial food production, and the problems resulting from a growth-oriented economy. Lastly, the book examines various international legal principles and regulations that have been proposed to defend global ecological rights.
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Donald A. Brown, author of the chapter "Lessons Learned from IPCC's Underestimation of Climate Change Impacts About the Need for a Precautionary Climate Change Science" received the 2019 UNESCO Avicenna Prize for Ethics in Science.
Laura Westra did her undergraduate and graduate work in philosophy, and she received her Ph.D. from the University of Toronto in 1983. After her retirement from the University of Windsor's Philosophy Department, she attended Osgoode Hall Law School, and received her second Ph.D. in Jurisprudence in 2005. She is the founder of the Global Ecological Integrity Group (GEIG) (globalecointegrity.org), and has organized annual conferences for 27 years for the group which comprises over 200 members. She has been reinstated at the University of Windsor, and taught in Italy, at the University of Milano(Bicocca) and the University of Salerno. She is the author/editor of 44 books and over 90 articles and chapters in books. Klaus Bosselmann has been teaching in the areas of public international law, European law, global environmental law and governance, and environmental constitutionalism. His research focus is on conceptual, international and comparative dimensions of environmental law and governance. He is particularly interested in ecological approaches to law and governance. He has been the Director of the New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law since its establishment in 1999. He is Chair of the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law (WCEL) Ethics Specalist Group, Chair of the Steering Committee of the Ecological Law and Governance Association (ELGA), Co-Chair of the Global Ecological Integrity Group (GEIG), and executive member of several other professional networks including Sustainable Aotearoa New Zealand (SANZ) and the New Zealand Centre of Global Studies (NZCGS). Klaus has authored or edited 30 books on environmental law and political ecology, a number of which have been translated into multiple languages; his articles appeared in many of the world's leading law journals. For his pioneering work on ecological law, he has received numerous awards including the Inaugural Senior Scholarship Prize of the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law. Matteo Fermeglia is affiliated as a Doctor Assistant in Environmental and Administrative Law within the Center for Government and Law (CORe) of Hasselt University. He graduated in 2014 as a master in Law at the University of Trieste (Italy). The research themes in which Matteo Fermeglia is active include soil protection, environmental liability, climate law and governance. In 2017, Matteo was Visiting Scholar at Columbia Law School, where he actively collaborated with the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law and the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment. In 2019, Matteo obtained his doctorate in Law at the University of Udine and Trieste joint PhD programme with a dissertation on the legal nature of EU Emission Trading Allowances, the Renewable Energy Certificates and Energy Efficiency Certificates. Matteo has authored and co-authored several publications in edited books and international journals on diffuse soil pollution, environmental liability, climate law and governance.
Part I: Ecological Integrity: Climate Change and Water Issues.- Lessons Learned from IPCC's Underestimation of Climate Change Impacts About the Need for a PrecautionaryClimate Change Science.- Animal Based Industries and Climate Change.- Climate Science Before the Courts: Turning the Tide in Climate Change Litigation.- 'Thieves, Shady Deals and Murder': Water Theft, Buy-Backs and Fish Kills in the Murray Darling Basin of Australia.- Refugees at Sea in a Hostile World.- Part II: Public Health and Ecointegrity.- Using Science and Law to Promote Humans' Biological Integrity.- Epidemiology and Public Health Under Siege: In Whose Best Interests?.- Saving Species, Healthy Humanity: The Key Role of Women in Ecological Integrity.- Part III: Ecological Integrity and State Obligations.- African Eco-Philosophy and Its Implications for Ecological Integrity in Africa.- State Global Responsibility for Environmental Crises: The Ethical and Legal Implications of a State's Failure to Protect Human Rights.- Promoting Human Attachment to Place in Ecological Law.- Protected Wilderness: Is It Still Possible?.- Quantum Mechanics and Law: What Does Quantum Mechanics Teach Us?.- Part IV: Ecological Integrity and the Role of Earth Science.- Evaluation of Ecological Integrity in Landscape Based on Remote Sensing Data.- Social and Economic Conditions for Wilderness Protection in Europe: Case of Sumava National Park, Czech Republic.- Is it Possible to Maintain a Biodiversity of Natural Habitats Under Global Change and Increasing Landscape Exploitation?.- Agriculture in the European Union: Seven More Years of Environmental Austerity?.- Part V: Ecological Integrity and the Geopolitical Situation.- The Political Economy of Managing Without Growth.- Opportunity Within Failure: Can the Global Pact for the Environment Learn from Responsibility to Protect?.- The Role of Trusteeship in Earth Governance.- Environmental Damages and Armed Conflict.