Genre(s): Welsh Interest
- March 2013 · 240pages · 234x156mm
- ·Paperback - 9780708325803
- · eBook - epub - 9781783160259
- · eBook - mobi - 9781783160266
- · eBook - pdf - 9780708325810
This book examines welsh perspectives on the search for sustainable law and policy solutions to modern environmental threats.
Chapter 1 Introductory – Reviewing Welsh Law Perspectives on Environmental Protection Dr Patrick Bishop and Professor Mark Stallworthy (Swansea Law School) Chapter 2 Debatable Ground: The Devolution Settlement and Environmental Law in Wales Professor Karen Morrow (Swansea Law School) Chapter 3 Nuisance Law in Industrial Wales – Local and National Conflicts (Part One): Copper Smelting in a Pre-Regulatory Era Dr Mark Wilde (Reading Law School) Chapter 4 Nuisance Law in Industrial Wales – Local and National Conflicts (Part Two): Oil Refining, The Common Law and Regulation Dr Mark Wilde Chapter 5 Nature Conservation in Wales Emeritus Professor Lynda Warren (Aberystwyth Law School) Chapter 6 Badgers, Bovine Tuberculosis and the Role of Science in the Formulation of Welsh Environmental and Agricultural Policy Dr Patrick Bishop Chapter 7 A Food Strategy for Wales: a Soft Law Instrument? Professor Robert G Lee (Cardiff Law School) Chapter 8 Sustainable Communities in Wales: Developing a New Governance Approach to Local Sustainable Development in Wales’ Most Deprived Areas Dr Victoria Jenkins (Swansea Law School) Chapter 9 Developing Climate Law in Wales: Why Participation Matters Professor Mark Stallworthy Chapter 10 Made in Wales: Devolving and Evolving Environmental Policymaking Dr Elen Stokes (Cardiff Law School)