The Range of Legal Techniques

  • John Alder
  • David Wilkinson
Part of the Macmillan Law Masters book series (PMLM)


Environmental issues straddle many areas of law. In this section we shall outline the various legal techniques that have been applied to environmental problems. In later chapters we shall discuss particular aspects of the main regimes. The details of the main regimes are covered in the standard texts.


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Further Reading

  1. Ackerman, B.A and Stewart, R.B. (1983) Reforming Environmental Law, The Democratic Case for Market Incentives. Columbia Journal of Environmental Law, 13, 171.Google Scholar
  2. Ball, S. and Bell, S. (1997) Environmental Law: the Law and Policy Relating to the Protection of the Environment, 4th edn, chapters 5 and 6 (London: Blackstone Press).Google Scholar
  3. Elworthy, S. and Holder, J. (1997) Environmental Protection, Text and Materials, chapters 6, 7 and 8 (London: Butterworths).Google Scholar
  4. Leeson, J.D. (1995) Environmental Law, chapters 1 and 2 (London: Pitman).Google Scholar
  5. Pearce, D., Markandya, A., Barbier, E.B. (1989) Blueprint for a Green Economy (London: Earthscan).Google Scholar
  6. Purdue, M. (1991) Integrated Pollution Control in the Environmental Protection Act 1990: A Coming of Age of Environmental Law. Modern Law Review, 51, 534.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  7. Sunkin, M., Ong, D. and Wight, R. (1998) Sourcebook on Environmental Law (London: Cavendish), pp. 239–87.Google Scholar
  8. Wolf, S. and White, A. (1997) Environmental Law, 2nd edn, chapter 1 (London: Cavendish).Google Scholar

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© John Alder and David Wilkinson 1999

Authors and Affiliations

  • John Alder
    • 1
  • David Wilkinson
    • 2
  1. 1.Newcastle Law SchoolUniversity of NewcastleUK
  2. 2.School of LawKeele UniversityUK

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