international environmental regulation Books

  • Conflicts in International Environmental Law

    This volume is an important contribution to both theoretical and practical approaches to solving contradictions and conflicts between the approaches, principles, objectives and regulations of international environmental agreements. The issue of the coordination and streamlining of environmental agreements is of growing importance regarding the ...

  • Rhythms in Plants

    Rhythmic behaviour is quintessential to life itself. Advances in plant molecular biology, micro/nanotechnology and applied mathematics provide new tools for understanding how environmental signals and internal clocks regulate rhythmic gene expression and development, and how these signals are translated into physiological responses at various ...

  • Environment and Trade: A Handbook (Spanish)

    This book is aimed at those with some knowledge of trade or the environment, but seeking to understand better how the two interact. It is also a reference tool for those steeped in the issues.How can trade affect natural resource use and pollution?How and why do the major international environmental agreements use trade measures?Can trade impair ...

  • Environment and Trade: A Handbook

    This book is aimed at those with some knowledge of trade or the environment, but seeking to understand better how the two interact. It is also a reference tool for those steeped in the issues.How can trade affect natural resource use and pollution?How and why do the major international environmental agreements use trade measures?Can trade impair ...

  • Environmental Protection: Is it Bad for the Economy?

    This article reviews the evidence that can be brought to bear to verify or refute accusations that environmental regulation is too expensive, reduces economic growth, hurts international competitiveness, and causes widespread layoffs and plant closures.. In all cases, these assertions do not stand up to a careful examination of the facts. First, ...

  • Empirical Modeling of the Economy and the Environment

    The papers presented in this volume address a wide range of policy themes in the context of environmental regulation. Investigated issues include the interaction between environmental regulation and economic growth, international competitiveness, structural change, pollution leakage, technological innovation, tax systems, as well as implications ...

  • Revesz` Foundations of Environmental Law and Policy (Foundations of Law Series)

    Unlike traditional environmental law casebooks that focus on the major statutes, this book focuses on issues that are central to the design of environmental policy. Two thirds of the book is devoted to a rigorous analysis of policy instruments and of the factors affecting their use. The remaining one third of the text includes case studies ...

  • Hazards XIX: Process Safety and Environmental Protection with CD-ROM

    The latest edition in this long running series, Hazards XIX contains the papers presented at the 2006 symposium and is accompanied by a fully searchable CD-ROM. The 3 day symposium and exhibition with a 1 day workshop held in Manchester, UK, March 27th-30th 2006, brings together international experts and practitioners in process safety and ...

  • The Conflict Over Environmental Regulation in the United States

    The crisis of the Santa Barbara offshore oil spill in 1969 led to the passage of radically new environmental laws that made the United States an international leader in environmental protection at the time. Since then, environmental regulation has proved detrimental to both industrial and environmental performance. It contributed to a deepening ...

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