Examining the relationship between law, environmental governance and the regulation of decision-making, this volume, both reflective and contextual in approach, uses a range of theories to explore the key features of modern environmental assessment. It also looks at the roots and state of environmental assessment in the US and Europe.
Dr Jane Holder, Reader in Environmental Law, Faculty of Laws, University College London, is a member of the Centre for Law and the Environment, UCL and co-editor of Current Legal Problems. Donald McGillivray, Senior Lecturer, Kent Law School, University of Kent, lectures in environmental law and is case analysis editor for the Journal of Environmental Law.
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Environment & Planning
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Christopher Campbell-Holt, Donald McGillivray, Jane Holder