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by Paul Stanton Kibel

  • Author: Paul Stanton Kibel
  • ISBN: 0415919959
  • ISBN13: 978-0415919951
  • ePub: 1179 kb | FB2: 1509 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Earth Sciences
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (November 13, 1998)
  • Pages: 208
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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The Earth on Trial: Environmental Law on the International Stage ePub download

Paul Kibel discusses many international environmental issues including Canadian logging and international law; the legacy of environmental law after the collapse of the USSR; the poison gas leak in Bhopa, India; and the refoliation of Vietnam's forests since the war and marine turtle.

Paul Kibel discusses many international environmental issues including Canadian logging and international law; the legacy of environmental law after the collapse of the USSR; the poison gas leak in Bhopa, India; and the refoliation of Vietnam's forests since the war and marine turtle protection. The book acknowledges that a healthy environmental future depends not so much on our ability to alter nature to accommodate society, as our ability to alter society to accomodate nature

Paul Stanton Kibel provides a clear assessment of what conceptual and practical changes are needed to. .

Paul Stanton Kibel provides a clear assessment of what conceptual and practical changes are needed to reconcile law to the limits of ecology.

By Paul Stanton Kibel. By Paul Stanton Kibel. Paul Stanton Kibel provides a clear assessment of what conceptual and practical changes are needed to reconcile law to the limits of ecology. Yearbook of International Environmental Law - Vol. 4 By Günther Handl; Daniel Bodansky; Lothar Gundling; Linda A. Malone; Philippe Sands; Craig M. Scott Clarendon Press, 1994.

Paul Stanton Kibel provides a clear assessment of what conceptual and practical changes are needed to reconcile law to the limits of ecology

Paul Stanton Kibel provides a clear assessment of what conceptual and practical changes are needed to reconcile law to the limits of ecology.

Academic & Professional Books Environmental & Social Studies Economics, Politics & Policy Environmental La. By: Paul Stanton Kibel. Publisher: Routledge.

By: Paul Stanton Kibel.

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Paul Stanton Kibel is an environmental lawyer based in San Francsico, and teaches at Golden Gate University School of Law and .

Paul Stanton Kibel is an environmental lawyer based in San Francsico, and teaches at Golden Gate University School of Law and the Monterey Institute of International Studies.

Paul Stanton Kibel is Director of Policy West, a public policy consultancy, and an environmental and water rights attorney with Fitzgerald .

Paul Stanton Kibel is Director of Policy West, a public policy consultancy, and an environmental and water rights attorney with Fitzgerald Abbott & Beardsley. He is Adjunct Professor at Golden Gate University School of Law, where he also directs the City Parks Project, and teaches water policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley. Rethinking Urban Rivers. Paul Stanton Kibel 2007.

Paul Kibel's book recounts urban rivers in pipes, engineered to flow backwards, locked in concrete, lethal to native fish, and .

Paul Kibel's book recounts urban rivers in pipes, engineered to flow backwards, locked in concrete, lethal to native fish, and forgotten in the neighborhoods of the poor. He does the valuable service of giving us interesting cases on the new American frontier: returning the environment to people who live in cities. The book describes a new hope for the citizen or professional who wants to improve the quality of life in some of the most unlikely places.

The Earth on Trial examines the degree to which the law has accommodated an increased understanding of the natural environment. Paul Stanton Kibel provides a clear assessment of what conceptual and practical changes are needed to reconcile law to the limits of ecology. By moving the debate between law and the environment beyond specialists, and towards a public forum, The Earth on Trial acknowledges that a healthy environmental future depends not so much on our ability to alter nature to accommodate society, as our ability to alter society to accommodate nature.
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