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Burnett-Hall on Environmental Law
Burnett-Hall on Environmental Law
3rd Edition
Practice Area:  Environmental Law
ISBN:  9780414048072
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  12 Dec 2012
Format:  Hardback
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BURNETT-HALL ON ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

General Editors:
Richard Burnett-Hall and Brian Jones

Burnett-Hall on Environmental Law analyses all the principle areas of environmental law in a single volume. You’ll have a resource which covers the full spectrum of topics in this area, from climate change, EIA and nature conservation, to water, IPPC and air, waste, contaminated land, statutory nuisance and noise, to chemicals, GMOs and nuclear.

  • Includes new chapters on marine protection (dealing with the newly extended legislation on marine conservation, in particular marine protection zones), and environmental marketing (covering “green” advertising, eco-labelling, eco-design and information labelling)
  • Details the sources of environmental law, including international and EU law
  • Contains expanded coverage of the EU chemicals regime under REACH, the Plant Protection Products Regulation, and the proposed EU Biocidal Products Regulation
  • Provides fuller treatment of the Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act 2008
  • Examines the issues relating to public accountability, looking at public law and access to information
  • Considers the complexities of insurance for environmental liability
  • Covers prosecution and sentencing for environmental damage
  • Looks at environmental regulators and their enforcement powers

How Burnett-Hall on Environmental Law will help you:

  • Provides a critical analysis of the relevant law and procedure, clarifying areas of uncertainty and saving research time
  • Explains and analyses the relevant law and procedure, and considers environmental issues in a commercial context
  • Sets out the relevant law in a clear and concise way, and provides guidance on the procedures involved in regulating this area
  • Provides a one-stop reference work on all the  main areas of environmental law and its sources
  • Ensures a clear understanding of both the EU and domestic framework within which parties operate
  • Ensures practitioners are working with up-to-date information and guidance so they can advise either party when potential breaches of environmental law occur
  • Assists practitioners in advising clients in regards to the breach of civil liabilities and potential damages
  • Considers all the important issues surrounding this area of law and makes sure they are explained fully, leaving the reader with a sound knowledge of the subject
  • Provides information on the need for environmental awareness in commercial transaction and  ensuring breaches of environmental legislation do not occur

 Burnett-Hall on Environmental Law is now available on Westlaw UK


CONTENTS

Part I – The Development of Environmental Law and its Context
Chapter 1 The development and sources of environmental law 
Chapter 2 EU law 
Chapter 3 Human rights 
Chapter 4 Climate change 
Chapter 5 Regulators 

Part II – Civil Liabilities
Chapter 6 Civil Liabilities in the Context of Environmental Harm 

Part III – Statutory Controls
Chapter 7 Planning  
Chapter 8 EIAs 
Chapter 9 Nature conservation 
Chapter 10 Marine protection 
Chapter 11 Water pollution 
Chapter 12 Water abstraction 
Chapter 13 Land drainage, flood defence and coast protection 
Chapter 14 Waste 
Chapter 15 Air pollution 
Chapter 16 Statutory nuisance and noise 
Chapter 17 Chemicals 
Chapter 18 GMOs 
Chapter 19 Radioactive substances and Nuclear installations 

Part IV – Remediating environmental damage
Chapter 20 Environmental Damage Remediation - General 
Chapter 21 The Environmental Damage Regulations 
Chapter 22 Contaminated land 
 
Part V – Applying and enforcing environmental law
Chapter 23 Environmental Permitting 
Chapter 24 Criminal prosecutions and sentencing 
Chapter 25 Civil sanctions / RESA 
Chapter 26 Public law 
Chapter 27 Access to information
 
Part VI – Commercial impacts of environmental law
Chapter 28 Commercial property transactions 
Chapter 29 Insurance 
Chapter 30 Environmental Performance – Claims and Controls 

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