Mechanisms for environmental regulation - a study of habitat conservation

Kathryn Last

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    Abstract

    This article looks at the purposes of state intervention for habitat conservation and the forms it assumes. It shows how justifications for intervention, under the influence of international and EC obligations, have moved from anthropocentric to ecocentric and shows how initial reliance on direct action and agreements has given way to a much richer variety of forms of intervention.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationEnvironment and regulation
    EditorsAndrea Ross
    Place of PublicationEdinburgh
    PublisherEdinburgh University Press
    Pages38-61
    Number of pages24
    ISBN (Print)9780748614738, 0748614737
    Publication statusPublished - 2000

    Publication series

    NameHume papers on public policy
    Number8(2)

    Keywords

    • Environmental law
    • Habitat conservation
    • State intervention

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    Environment and regulation

    Ross, A. (ed.), 2000, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. (Hume papers on public policy; no. 8(2))

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    Last, K. (2000). Mechanisms for environmental regulation - a study of habitat conservation. In A. Ross (Ed.), Environment and regulation (pp. 38-61). (Hume papers on public policy; No. 8(2)). Edinburgh University Press. http://library.dundee.ac.uk/F/?func=direct&local_base=DUN01&doc_number=000288204