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This book explores a range of plausible futures for environmental law in the new era of the Earth's history: the Anthropocene. The book discusses multiple contemporary and future challenges facing the planet and humanity. It examines the relationship between environmental law and the Anthropocene at governance scales from the global to the local. The breadth of issues and jurisdictions covered by the book, its forward-looking nature, and the unique generational perspective of the contributing authors means that this publication appeals to a wide audience from specialist academics and policy-makers to a broader lay readership.
|Publication date:||11th September 2019|
|Publisher:||Springer Verlag, Singapore|
|Categories:||International environmental law, Environment law, Climate change, Central government policies,|
Dr Michelle Lim is Lecturer at the University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia. Her research occurs at the intersection between biodiversity conservation and sustainable livelihoods. Dr Lim's scholarship has a particular focus on transdisciplinary governance approaches to the effective and equitable conservation of biodiversity in the Anthropocene.More About Michelle Lim