Should there be a universally established human right to a good, clean and healthy environment? Conflicts and debates

Turner, Stephen (2010) Should there be a universally established human right to a good, clean and healthy environment? Conflicts and debates. In: Invited Speaker, 24 November 2010, London.

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Abstract

This talk will examine the existing debate related to the potential for the development of a globally applicable human right for the protection of the environment.

It considers the law that has already been promulgated within the field of human rights and the environment and the different arguments that relate to the further development of the law in this area.

Keywords:Human rights, International Law, Environmental Law
Subjects:M Law > M221 Business and Commercial Law
M Law > M130 Public International Law
Divisions:College of Social Science > Lincoln Law School
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Deposited On:22 May 2017 09:04

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