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1: Troubles 3: The substance of environmental law 5: Expanding legal imagination 6: The significance of nation states 7: Power and accountability in environmental law 8: Ensuring the effectiveness of environmental law 9: The many forms of environmental justice 10: Lessons References Further Reading Index

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Professor Elizabeth Fisher is Professor of Environmental Law in the Faculty of Law and at Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford. She has won awards for both her teaching and her scholarship, and is General Editor of the Journal of Environmental Law.


To write shortly about complex subjects takes considerable time and even more knowledge and skill. Fisher has successfully used both to craft short, sharp and succinct stories that lucidly explain and enliven environmental law. * The Hon. Justice Brian Preston SC *

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