Lineamenti Di Diritto Dell Ambiente

Autore: Luigi Conti
Editore: Edizioni Nuova Cultura
ISBN: 8868128055
Grandezza: 38,53 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 4964
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Diritto Dell Ambiente

ISBN: 9788815259585
Grandezza: 21,39 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
Vista: 3725
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Trattato Di Diritto Dell Ambiente

Autore: Paolo Dell'Anno
Editore: CEDAM
ISBN: 8813309031
Grandezza: 51,85 MB
Formato: PDF, Kindle
Vista: 4584
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Rapporto Mondiale Sul Diritto Dell Ambiente

Autore: Stefano Nespor
Grandezza: 32,12 MB
Formato: PDF, Docs
Vista: 2195
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Historical Pollution

Autore: Francesco Centonze
Editore: Springer
ISBN: 3319569376
Grandezza: 43,51 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 7356
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This volume examines legal matters regarding the prevention and fighting of historical pollution caused by industrial emissions. "Historical pollution" refers to the long-term or delayed onset effects of environmental crimes such as groundwater or soil pollution. Historical Pollution presents and compares national legal approaches, including the most interesting and effective mechanisms for managing environmental problems in relation with historical pollution. It features interdisciplinary and international comparisons of traditional and alternative justice mechanisms. This book will be of interest to researchers in criminology and criminal justice and related areas, such as politics, law, and economics, those in the public and private sectors dealing with environmental protection, including international institutions, corporations, specialized national agencies, those involved in the criminal justice system, and policymakers.

Environmental Crime In Europe

Autore: Andrew Farmer
Editore: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1509913998
Grandezza: 73,68 MB
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Vista: 4383
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"Environmental crime is a growing challenge for policy makers and law enforcers. This is an important and timely study which examines in depth how environmental crime is treated at national level within the European Union and the impact of the 2008 EU Directive on environmental crime on national systems. It will be required reading by anyone concerned with making environmental law more effective." Richard Macrory, Emeritus Professor, University College London The aim of this important new collection is to explore how environmental crime is controlled and environmental criminal law is shaped and implemented within the European Union and its Member States. It examines the legal framework, looking in particular at Directive 2008/99/EC, and the specific competences of the EU in this domain. In addition, it provides a detailed analysis of environmental criminal law in seven Member States, focusing inter alia on the basic legislation, the way in which environmental pollution is criminalised and the main actors in place to enforce environmental criminal law. In so doing, it provides a much needed explanation of the evolution of environmental criminal law in Europe at Union level and how this is implemented in selected Member States.

Law And Agroecology

Autore: Massimo Monteduro
Editore: Springer
ISBN: 3662466171
Grandezza: 64,48 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
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This book represents a first attempt to investigate the relations between Law and Agroecology. There is a need to adopt a transdisciplinary approach to multifunctional agriculture in order to integrate the agroecological paradigm in legal regulation. This does not require a super-law that hierarchically purports to incorporate and supplant the existing legal fields; rather, it calls for the creation of a trans-law that progressively works to coordinate interlegalities between different legal fields, respecting their autonomy but emphasizing their common historical roots in rus in the process. Rus, the rural phenomenon as a whole, reflects the plurality and interdependence of different complex systems based jointly on the land as a central point of reference. “Rural” is more than “agricultural”: if agriculture is understood traditionally as an activity aimed at exploiting the land for the production of material goods for use, consumption and private exchange, rurality marks the reintegration of agriculture into a broader sphere, one that is not only economic, but also social and cultural; not only material, but also ideal, relational, historical, and symbolic; and not only private, but also public. In approaching rus, the natural and social sciences first became specialized, multiplied, and compartmentalized in a plurality of first-order disciplines; later, they began a process of integration into Agroecology as a second-order, multi-perspective and shared research platform. Today, Agroecology is a transdiscipline that integrates other fields of knowledge into the concept of agroecosystems viewed as socio-ecological systems. However, the law seems to still be stuck in the first stage. Following a reductionist approach, law has deconstructed and shattered the universe of rus into countless, disjointed legal elementary particles, multiplying the planes of analysis and, in particular, keeping Agricultural Law and Environmental Law two separate fields.