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In the Environmental Collection on the top floor of the library, you may also browse books on Comparative Environmental Law and International Environmental Law starting call number K 3851.
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The newly amended Environmental Protection Law of PRC (2014) indicates the prominence of law and its key role in the development of environmental management and protection in China. At the same time, interest in Chinese environmental law is growing as China begins to play an increasingly important role in economic and environmental affairs globally. This Handbook provides a comprehensive and precise introduction to the environmental law of China and is an accessible and useful guide. - Wang Xi, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
The future of international environmental law ( K3585 .F88 2010)
This book provides a comparative study of the laws and policies governing environmental degradation, environmental impact assessments, environmental human rights, and the management of water quality, wildlife, and habitat. If focuses on five nations, specifically, the United States, Canada, New Zealand, England, and India.