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types of hazardous waste to include ‘End-of-Life waste of House electrical and electronic appliances and residues arising from the incineration of the same’. 36 Such designation is important, as only a hazardous waste can be classified as harmful waste under the Act, although the term ‘hazardous waste

In: Chinese Journal of Environmental Law
Author: Paul A. Barresi

formulation of the ppp established a minimalist benchmark for defining the concept signified by the term, which soon took on a life of its own. By 1992, the world community had embraced the ppp as globally applicable, at least rhetorically, but in a much more expansive formulation. In Principle 16 of the

In: Climate Law

, conventions and institutions which continue to safeguard the precious biodiversity he fought for and dedicated his life to protecting. The iucn and the entire environmental community owe Dr. Burhenne a great debt. We give thanks for a remarkable life of dedication and commitment that will go on protecting

In: Chinese Journal of Environmental Law
Author: Louis J. Kotzé

Anthropos (understood here to refer to a small and particularized, but powerful and privileged, subset of the past and present global human population), 8 and with the myriad socio-ecological injustices arising from such human domination of the Earth system and of the vulnerable living order. I do not

In: Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law
Author: Ludwig Krämer

which gave the following rights to Mother Earth: right to life, to the diversity of life, to water, to clean air, to equilibrium, to restoration and to a living free of pollution. 34 The content of these rights was not further developed. This Law was completed by a Framework Law of 2012 35

In: Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law

aesthetics; with the ‘aestheticization of daily life’ in the postmodernizing world, 2 aesthetics is increasingly associated with a wide range of expressive activities beyond formal artistic endeavours, such as in business communications. 3 Environmental law scholarship has given little attention to

In: Climate Law
Author: Benoit Mayer

trade (e.g. buying industrial commodities), 29 but also more diffusedly through development (e.g. by living in a rich economy built through decades or centuries of unsustainable development). State responsibility is certainly difficult to assert, but significantly less so than individual responsibility

In: Climate Law
Author: Yixin Xu

operational costs to meet highest-standard requirements for (sustainable) management. 124 Higher operational costs and a high certification fee may de-motivate Chinese project developers from seeking forest certification. 125 4 Sustainability in Practice What is the actual

In: Climate Law

disaster resilience. Second, protection and assistance in the event of disasters should not be motivated by benevolence and charity, but undertaken as a legal responsibility, as a duty to be met in particular by public authorities. It is here that human rights emerge as a pertinent paradigm: such legal

In: Yearbook of International Disaster Law Online

not new to human existence – think, for example, on the widespread of plagues or famine during the middle ages – we live today in what German sociologist Ulrich Beck has famously called a global risk society. 1 According to Beck, we are living a new modernity. The first modernity transformed the

In: Yearbook of International Disaster Law Online