Environmental Law For All - A Practical Guide for the Business Community, The Planning Professions,Environmentalists and Lawyers

Table Of Contents

CONTENTS
SECTION 1: THE GROWTH IN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 1
1. THE ORIGIN AND STRUCTURE OF A LEGAL SYSTEM 3
2. THE NATURE AND IMPORTANCE OF THE GROWTH IN
ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS 17
SECTION 11: THE TOOLS OF TRADE FOR
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 39
3. TRUSTEESHIP OF LAND 41
4. HOLISM 45
5. THE BILL OF RIGHTS 49
6. SUSTAINABILITY DEVELOPMENT 55
7. SUBSIDIARITY 59
8. THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE 67
9. THE SUB JUDICE RULE, SLAPP SUITS AND THE PUBLIC
DEBATE 71
10. AN ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
DECISION-MAKING 79
11. PLAYERS AND UMPIRES 85
12. THE LEAD AGENCY PRINCIPLE 91
13. REHABILITATION 97
14. INTERNALISATION OF EXTERNALITIES 101
15. CONSIDERATION OF ALTERNATIVES 107
16. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 111
17. INCREMENTAL DECISION-MAKING AND THE FUNCTUS
OFFICIO RULE 129
18. STANDARDS 135
19. EXTENSION OF CORPORATE LIABILITY 165
20. THE NATURE OF IMPACT ASSESSMENTS 179
21. APPEALING AGAINST ACTIONS OR DECISIONS 187
SECTION III: MANAGING THE ENVIRONMENT 193
22. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 195
23. MINERAL AND MINING MANAGEMENT 233
24. WATER MANAGEMENT 261
25. AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT 281
26. WASTE MANAGEMENT 297
27. LAND-USE PLANNING 307
28. NATURE CONSERVATION 313
29. ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 325
30. NEIGHBOUR LAW 339
31. QUANTIFYING ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS 347
32. INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 355