The Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law is a reference work providing comprehensive coverage of the field of environmental law.
The Encyclopedia of Environmental Law is available onsite and offsite to all academic members of IALS Library.
The Encyclopedia will consist of twelve volumes, organised around top level subjects such as water, energy and climate change. At the time of writing volumes eight to twelve were forthcoming. Each volume covers key elements of law, essential concepts and the latest research in the area of environmental law. Each entry includes a bibliography as a starting point for further reading.
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