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Environmental damage liability management a bibliography of articles by Joseph J. Galin

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Published by Vance Bibliographies in Monticello, Ill .
Written in English



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StatementJoseph J. Galin.
SeriesPublic administration series--bibliography,, P-1882
LC ClassificationsKF1298.A1 G35 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p. ;
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2296796M
ISBN 100890287929
LC Control Number86168025

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  Civil Liability for Environmental Damage: A Comparative Analysis of Law and Policy in Europe and US, 2nd Edition (Energy and Environmental Law & Policy Series Supranational and Comparative Aspects) [Mark Wilde] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Civil Liability for Environmental Damage: A Comparative Analysis of Law and Policy in Europe and US, 2nd . Get this from a library! Environmental damage liability management: a bibliography of articles. [Joseph J Galin]. Principle 22 of the Stockholm Declaration recognised gaps and called on states to ‘co-operate to develop further the international law regarding liability and compensation for victims of pollution and other environmental damage caused by activities within the jurisdiction or control of such states to areas beyond their jurisdiction’.Author: Philippe Sands, Jacqueline Peel. Mackenzie, R. Khalastchi, R. ‘Liability and Compensation for Environmental Damage in the Context of the Work of the UNCC’ Review of European Community and International Environmental Law Sand, P. H. ‘Compensation for Environmental Damage from the Gulf War’ Environmental Policy and Law

The legal basis for environmental liability, as it has evolved under American law, will also be examined. stream, causing property damage, bodily injury, and natural resource damage. 3. A hazardous waste hauler transporting toxic waste to a disposal facility had an auto accident in the environmental management protocols. For insurance.   environmental liability for financial reporting purposes as “a future outflow or expenditure of resources that exist as of the financial reporting date for environmental clean-up, closure and/or disposal costs resulting from past transactions or events.” 4. This narrows the liability definition to only those costs associated with an.   Responsibility for environmental damage encompasses many elements, including liability for remediation (clean-up or restoration), compensation, and criminal damages. These responsibilities are specified by environmental and criminal law. In general, the party responsible for causing the damage is liable for both remediation and compensation. The environmental damage regime (EDR) requires operators of activities responsible for serious environmental incidents to prevent and remedy the damage. It implements the requirements of the EU Environmental Liability Directive and is based on the polluter-pays principle. For more information, see Environmental damage regulations—overview.

From its starting point within international law, throughout its progression from regional to national law, "The Law of Environmental Damage" combines the disciplines of environmental law, liability law and insurance in its analysis of the development of reparative environmental law. In the model adopted, three generations of reparative schemes are identified, based on civil liability or 4/5(1). Traditional Tort-based Remedies and Environmental Protection: A Common Law Perspective. Chapter 2. Conventional Tort-based Approaches to Environmental Harm. Chapter 3. Establishing Liability for Environmental Damage: Main Issues. Part III. The Role of Tort as a Means of Environmental Protection: Theoretical Perspectives and Legislative Initiatives. Book Description. This is the only comprehensive text on the increasingly important subject of environmental risk and insurance. The author presents many risk and insurance issues from acid rain and global warming to toxic tort law developments and the crisis with workers' compensation insurance and pollution liability coverage. Liability for environmental harm is designed to compensate affected parties, with a particular focus on restoring or replacing injured resources and/or providing compensation for lost value. By increasing the costs for those who harm the environment, liability provisions can serve an important deterrent role, promoting compliance with laws and.