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Encyclopedia of Environmental Law
Encyclopedia of Environmental Law
Number of volumes: 8
Series:  Local Government Library
Practice Area:  Environmental Law
ISBN:  9780421456501
Subscription Information: 3 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The Encyclopedia of Environmental Law:
  • Provides a complete reference source on environmental protection law, setting out the position in England and discussing the impact of Welsh devolution
  • Considers criminal liability in relation to pollution control and the main institutions and advisory bodies relevant to environmental protection
  • Reproduces the text of relevant EU directives, resolutions, decisions and related materials, with introductory notes
  • Sets out the text of the key domestic statutes and statutory instruments, as amended, with annotations for the more important materials
  • Updated with 3 releases and 10 Environmental Law Bulletins per annum

Forthcoming coverage includes:

  • Amendments to various EU waste-related directives by the recent EU Circular Economy Package
  • The new Merchant Shipping (Prevention of Oil Pollution) Regulations to update the transposition of MARPOL Annex I into UK law
  • The proposed new Clean Air Strategy
  • Proposed changes to the waste duty of care under section 34 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990
  • Proposals to establish a single 'shale gas regulator' for fracking
  • The effects of Brexit (particularly the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018) on environmental law, including any outcome of the 2018 Defra consultation on environmental principles and governance
  • Continuation of the rewriting of the commentary throughout the work, including the Introduction

CONTENTS
  • International conventions
  • EC legislation
  • UK statutes
  • UK statutory instruments
  • Other material
 
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Updated with 3 releases and 10 Environmental Law Bulletins per annum


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