Environmental Law 4e Paperback – 20 Jun 2002
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About the Author
David Hughes LLB (Liverpool), LLM (Cantab), FRSA, Professor of Housing and Planning Law, De Montfort Law School, De Montfort University, Leicester Tim Jewell LLB, MPhil (Leicester), Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Jason Lowther LLB (Middlesex Polytechnic), LLM (Southampton), PCGE, Lecturer in Law, School of Legal Studies, University of Wolverhampton Neil Parpworth LLB (Leicester), MA (London), Senior Lecturer in Law, De Montfort Law School, De Montfort University, Leicester Paula de Prez LLB, PhD (Wolverhampton), Lecturer in Law, Liverpool Law School, University of Liverpool
Top Customer Reviews
However, the layout that Butterworths favours when producing its' textbooks makes it a little cumbersome and slightly dull to read due to the small text. That said the substance is very good.
All but one of the main topics that the standard Environmental module requires to be covered are here: Environmental principles, types of pollution (especially water pollution), waste Management, human rights and the environment and Environmental impact assessment. However one major topic missing from the list is nature conservation. It is covered but not quite comprehensively enough.
The E.U context is naturally important so the important Directives and case law are covered well.
Overall, this is a good textbook,the detail will enable a high mark but, this is not the book that will simply get you through the module, a more straighforward book would be a better alternative for that.
I also think that Bell is a superior text book and the new edition is out soon.