Environmental Law for a Sustainable Society – 2nd edition 2013

PART 1: The History and Development of Environmental Law:
PART II: Towards Sustainable Development Law:

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PART 1: The History and Development of Environmental Law:

1. Origins and Guiding Ideas of Environmental Law Kenneth Palmer
2. Integrating Sustainability into Environmental Law and Policy in New Zealand David Grinlinton
3. Breaching the Maginot Line: The Frailty of Environmental Law in Europe and North America Nicole Bakker and Benjamin J. Richardson
4. International Environmental Law and Policy Angela Thomson

PART II: Towards Sustainable Development Law:

5. The Concept of Sustainable Development Klaus Bosselmann
6. One Indigenous Vision for Sustainable Development Law? Andrea Tunks
7. Indigenous Visions of Sustainable Development Law? Krushil Watene
8. The Global Perspective: Convergence of International and Municipal Law Prue Taylor
9. A Legal Framework for Sustainable Development Klaus Bosselmann
Bibliography of New Zealand Environmental Legal Writing Vernon Tava, Caroline Fergusson and Ben Leonard
The text contains a substantial bibliography of NZ environmental writing, and comprises 220 pages.

The publication is available for $29.95 (postage and GST included). It can be ordered from Lisa Wilks, Faculty of Law, the University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland, 1142, New Zealand or by emaill.wilks@auckland.ac.nz or phone 09 373 7599 ext 81973, or fax 09 373 7473