2 edition of Conservation, biodiversity and international law found in the catalog.
Conservation, biodiversity and international law
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||New horizons in environmental and energy|
|LC Classifications||K3585 .G555 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 600 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||600|
|LC Control Number||2011926846|
Transboundary Governance of Biodiversity compiles critical analysis of the regulatory frameworks applicable to the transboundary governance of biodiversity by specialists from Europe and Africa. Drawing on their vast experience as lawyers, political scientists and natural resource management experts, they provide a critique and contemporary perspectives on what has become one of the most. Biodiversity and the Law is a timely and provocative volume that combines historical perspective and cutting-edge legal analysis in an authoritative and broad discussion of biodiversity and the law. Leading legal and policy experts consider a variety of options for the worldwide protection of biodiversity and present a succinct but comprehensive overview of the legal mechanisms available.
The focus is on UK law (principally the law of England and Wales), but the intention has been to present alongside it the European Union law on which much domestic law is based, as well as to outline the international framework for nature conservation"--Preface. Biodiversity Law is an emerging field, examining legal regimes designed to conserve Earth’s endangered forms of life. We will voyage to foreign intellectual lands – e.g. environmental ethics, conservation biology – and take a few real voyages to see biodiversity law in action.
Conservation Biology for All is a textbook that aims to be a one-stop shop for conservation education. The book is packed with information, is wide ranging, and includes most emerging issues that come under the umbrella of conservation biology today. Annual Review of Ecology, Conservation Biology, Biological Conservation, and Biodiversity. Bhattarai, A M , Protection of himalayan biodiversity: international environmental law and a regional legal framework, SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, viewed 18 June , doi: / Bhattarai, Ananda M. Protection of Himalayan Biodiversity: International Environmental Law and a Regional Legal Framework.
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[Alexander Gillespie] -- This important and timely book provides a rigorous overview of the defining issues presently facing conservation at international level. Conservation Biodiversity And International Law by A. Gillespie, Conservation Biodiversity And International Law Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format.
Download Conservation Biodiversity And International Law books. This important and timely book provides a rigorous overview of the defining issues presently facing conservation at international level.
The author provides detailed coverage of topics ranging from the classification of species right through to access and benefit sharing, drawing on his personal experience at intergovernmental level.
International conservation law is made up over treaties or similar agreements with conservation-based objectives, and the thousands of resolutions that they have generated over the last decades. This corpus of knowledge has been divided into four parts for the purpose of this book.
This important and timely book provides a rigorous overview of the defining issues presently facing conservation at international level. The author provides detailed coverage of topics ranging from the classification of species right through to access and benefit sharing, drawing on his personal experience at intergovernmental level.
Author: A. Gillespie. Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing ISBN: X Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW». The foundations of conservation of biodiversity in international law was laid with the formulation of a program in World Conservation Strategy in and biodiversity was first given place as a legal principle in the report of World Commission on Environment and Development in Review of European Community & International Environmental Law.
Vol Issue 3. Book Review. Conservation, Biodiversity and International Law – By Alexander Gillespie. Elsa Tsioumani. Researcher, Democritus University of Thrace, Lawyer, Thessaloniki, Greece. Founded inBiodiversity and Conservation is an international journal that publishes articles on all aspects of biological diversity, its conservation, and sustainable use.
It is multidisciplinary and covers living organisms of all kinds in any habitat, focusing on studies using novel or little-used approaches, and ones from less studied biodiversity rich regions or habitats. Buy Conservation, Biodiversity and International Law (New Horizons in Environmental and Energy Law series) by Gillespie, Alexander (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Alexander Gillespie. Conservation of biodiversity is a fundamental concern towards securing a sustainable future.
This volume argues that despite various domestic and international policies and legal frameworks on biodiversity conservation — be it forest, wildlife, marine, coastal, etc. — their implementation suffers from many deficiencies. Conservation, biodiversity and international law This book, Conservation, Biodiversity and International Law is the culmination of fifteen years work in international environmental diplomacy.
INTRODUCTION. The terms ‘biological diversity’ or ‘biodiversity’ are of relatively recent usage in international law. Until the s, international instruments tended to address ‘wildlife’ or ‘wild fauna and flora’, and focused on species and habitats.
Book Description Conservation of biodiversity is a fundamental concern towards securing a sustainable future. This volume argues that despite various domestic and international policies and legal frameworks on biodiversity conservation — be it forest, wildlife, marine, coastal, etc.
— their implementation suffers from many deficiencies. The Wildlife (Conservation and Security) Act is another significant law that aims for the conservation and safety of biodiversity, forest and wildlife of the country.
Recently published by Edward Elgar Publications, Alexander Gillespie's book explores the issues surrounding loss of biodiversity issues from a range of viewpoints. The author is famously erudite Conservation, Biodiversity and International Law is a must read for any practitioner in the high-stakes business of restoring our ability to live in harmony with the natural world that sustains us.’ – Alastair Morrison, Director General, Department of Conservation, New Zealand.
The book is divided into six distinct parts based around the major objectives which have emerged from legal frameworks concerned with protecting biodiversity. Following introductory chapters, Part II examines issues relating to conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, with Part III focusing on access and benefit-sharing.
Through analysing the relationship between conservation law and conservation practice, the book debates whether the two work symbiotically, or if the law poses more of a hindrance than a help.
Further discussion of the law’s response to some of the major threats facing plants, notably climate change, international trade and invasive species.– Michael Blakeney, Professor of Law, Queen Mary College, University of London "Biodiversity and the Law is a very timely and relevant publication.
It has managed to capture and present most of the key and critical issues surrounding debates over and relations between biodiversity, biotechnology, intellectual property and traditional Range: £ - £ Paul Rees provides here an authoritative guide, outlining wildlife and nature conservation law in the UK - including our European and international commitments, and giving clear explanations to a potentially costly area of law in a style accessible to the non-legal market.