Environmental Law plays a critical role in governing the way we use, preserve, and interact with the natural world. In a time of escalating environmental emergencies, this authoritative series will be pivotal in ensuring access to accessible, yet nuanced, overviews of the fundamental areas of law upon which the core frameworks and institutions of Environmental Law are based. These rigorous and structured guides will offer an invaluable platform for exploring pressing issues in the field, from climate change and biodiversity, to indigenous rights and social responsibility. Titles in the series will be authored by leading scholars in the field, as well as
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