Genre(s): Social Policy and Law
Series: Environment and Countryside Law
- March 1996 · 208pages · 234x156mm
- ·Hardback - 9780708313039
- · eBook - ESO html - 9780585309132
This work analyzes a number of current issues facing conservation of British landscape and countryside. The countryside is facing ever greater demands and pressures – for greater access by the public for recreation, for better environmental practices in farming, for greater diversity in the rural economy, and for stronger laws on conservation of nature. Topics covered by the essays collected within this volume include: consideration of the European Habitats Directive and its implementation in the UK; agricultural reform and the environment; legal issues of public access and recreation; the growing control of agricultural pollution; and land tenure arrangements for conservation and the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995.
Conservation law in context, Christopher P. Rodgers; legal values and environmental values towards a regulatory framework, John E. Alder; sustainable management of aquatic ecosystems and the law, William Howarth and Donald McGillivray; law and policy for marine protected areas, Lynda M. Warren; reforming the law of habitat protection, Simon Ball; environmental grain, set-aside and the implementation of EU agricultural reform, Christopher P. Rodgers; forestry, the law and the environment, Colin T. Reid; public access to the Scottish countryside, Jeremy Rowan-Robinson; nature conservation and access to the countryside, Angela Sydenham; legal issues of alternative land use, Michael Cardwell.