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by Richard O. Brooks,Ross Jones
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Environmental & Natural Resources Law
  • Author:
    Richard O. Brooks,Ross Jones
  • ISBN:
    0754620387
  • ISBN13:
    978-0754620389
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    Routledge; 1 edition (December 28, 2002)
  • Pages:
    430 pages
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    Environmental & Natural Resources Law
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This book is the first in the series "Ecology and Law in Modern Society," aimed at exploring the feasibility of placing ecosystem ecology at the center of environmental policy and law. The 11 highly readable chapters establish the foundation for the series.

This book is the first in the series "Ecology and Law in Modern Society," aimed at exploring the feasibility of placing ecosystem ecology at the center of environmental policy and law. In the opening chapter the authors provide an overview of the two disciplines, introducing the basic concepts of each.

This volume explores the relationship between ecology and environmental law, beginning with a description of the two very different disciplines. This description is followed by a history of their episodic interactions: the early period of origin, the mid-century formative period from 1950 to 1970, the initial serious period of interaction after Earth Day in 1970 and the testing of the relationship during the next two decades. In 1970 Earth Day was first celebrated marking the dawn of worldwide environmental consciousness and the passing of many environmental laws

Ecology and the Law, by Janet E. Milne, Julia LeMense and Ross A. Virginia. Surrey, UK, Ashgate, 2009. ISBN: 978-0-7546-2315-1.

For the past few decades, environmental law and ecology have been going through a co-evolution of sorts (Brooks et al. 2003, Turgut, 2008). This connection is now being redefined, not least because both environmental law and ecology themselves are in the process of redefinition. Ecology and the Law, by Janet E.

Absolutely essential for law and ecology libraries. Recommend to Librarian.

by Ross Jones and Richard Oliver Brooks. In part, these events were the result of the maturing of the science of ecology which recognized the interdependence of the web and cycles of nature. This volume explores the relationship between ecology and environmental law, beginning with a description of the two very different disciplines.

3. Description this book In 1970 Earth Day was first celebrated marking the dawn of worldwide environmental consciousness and the passing of many environmental laws. In part, these events were the result of the maturing of the science of ecology which recognized the interdependence of the web and cycles of nature

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In 1970 Earth Day was first celebrated marking the dawn of worldwide environmental consciousness and the passing of many environmental laws. In part, these events were the result of the maturing of the science of ecology which recognized the interdependence of the web and cycles of nature. This volume explores the relationship between ecology and environmental law, beginning with a description of the two very different disciplines. This description is followed by a history of their episodic interactions: the early period of origin, the mid-century formative period from 1950 to 1970, the initial serious period of interaction after Earth Day in 1970 and the testing of the relationship during the next two decades. Utilizing a number of case studies, examinations of the key 'linkage persons', legal instruments and the migration of ecological concepts and frameworks, this book analyzes the final flowering of an ecosystem regime which embraces the connections between the two disciplines of ecology and environmental law. Concluding with an inventory of the problems posed by the relationship between the two disciplines and an agenda for future research, this clearly structured, comprehensive and stringent book is an essential resource for all serious scholars and students of ecology and environmental law.