A Practical Approach to Environmental Law provides comprehensive coverage of the full range of law and legislation relating to the environment. It is structured into three parts in a clear and practical way, focusing in turn on principles, substantive environmental law areas (such as noise, waste, and water), and practice and procedure.
PART I: INTRODUCTION; The Client; 1. Environmental Law in Outline; 2. Environmental Rights and Principles; PART II: SUBSTANTIVE AREAS OF LAW; 3. Air; 4. Anti-social Behaviour, Housing and Local Concerns; 5. Climate Change; 6. Contaminated Land; 7. Environmental Permitting; 8. Fishing, Farming and Animal Health; 9. Human Health; 10. Land Use Planning; 11. Light; 12. Noise; 13. Property and Land Rights; 14. Radiation and Hazardous Substances; 15. Waste; 16. Water; 17. Wildlife and Nature Conservation; PART III: PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE; 18. Civil Law Practice and Procedure; 19. Statutory Nuisance; 20. Criminal Law Practice and Procedure; 21. Public Law; 22. Funding and Costs; 23. Environmental Management; 24. Environmental Assessment; 25. Your Practice