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Environmental law /
Jamie Benidickson, Centre for Environmental Law and Global Sustainability, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa.
Fifth edition.
Toronto : Irwin Law, 2019.
xvii, 477 pages ; 24 cm.
9781552215036, 9781552215043
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Toronto : Irwin Law, 2019.
contents note
Introduction --Chapter 1: Basic Concepts in Environmental Law -- Chapter 2: The Constitutional Allocation of Environmental Responsibilities and Interjurisdictional Coordination -- Chapter 3: Environmental Rights -- Chapter 4: The International Context of Canadian Environmental Law -- Chapter 5: Civil Liability for Environmental Harm -- Chapter 6: Environmental Regulations and Approvals -- Chapter 7: Administrative Compliance Mechanisms -- Chapter 8: Offences, Prosecution, and Penalties -- Chapter 9: Corporate Environmental Obligations and Directors’ and Officers’ Liability -- Chapter 10: Environmental Valuation and Compensation -- Chapter 11: Remediation and Restoration of Contaminated Lands -- Chapter 12: Environmental Assessment -- Chapter 13: Toxic Substances -- Chapter 14: Protected Areas and Endangered Species -- Chapter 15: Environmental Law and the Citizen -- Chapter 16: Consultation, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and Voluntary Measures -- Chapter 17: Economic Instruments -- Chapter 18: Climate Change: Canadian Legal and Policy Responses -- Chapter 19: Environmental Reporting and Information Sources -- Conclusion -- Appendix: Websites -- Table of Cases -- Index.
"While continuing to provide a comprehensive introductory guide to environmental law in Canada, this fifth edition of Environmental Law incorporates discussion of recent developments in environmental litigation and regulation alongside reference to key statutory developments from the past half decade. In addition, important updates and revisions highlight significant developments in several central areas, notably federal and provincial climate change action following the 2015 Paris Agreement and issues associated with Aboriginal consultation, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and traditional environmental knowledge. Essential developments relating to human rights and the environment at both the national and international levels have been included alongside discussion of changes in environmental valuation and compensation, liability for spills and remediation, and polluter-pays jurisprudence. Recent judicial and administrative decisions affecting environmental assessment and involving NAFTA prior to the 2018 round of Canada-US-Mexico negotiations are also covered. Chapters on toxic substances, protected areas, endangered species, and economic incentives for environmental protection also reflect current legal activity and policy proposals."--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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