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Environmental law in development : lessons from the Indonesian experience

Author
Faure M., Niessen N.
Date
2006
Source
IUCN (ID: MON-080342)
Publisher | Place of publication
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd | Cheltenham, UK
Pages
360 p.
Document type
Monography/book
Language
English
Field of application
International
Country/Territory
Indonesia
Subject
Environment gen.
Keyword
Human rights Developing countries Polluter pays principle Policy/planning Enforcement/compliance Precautionary principle
Abstract

Contents:1. Introduction (M. Faure and N. Niessen);
2. Human Rights and General Principles and their Importance as a Legislative Technique. Do They Matter in Legislation? An Analysis with Specific Reference to Environmental Protection (A. Willem Heringa)
3. Three Principles of Environmental Law: The Polluter-Pays Principle, the Principle of Prevention, and the Precautionary Principle (A. G. Wibisana)
4. The Implications of International Conventions for the Development of the Environmental Management Act (D. Silalahi)
5. Elaborating on Integration of Environmental Legislation: The Case of Indonesia (M. Peeters)
6. Toward Integrated Environmental Law: Indonesian Experiences So Far and Expectation of a Future Environmental Management Act (T. Rahmadi)
7. Decentralized Environmental Management (N. Niessen)
8. Supervision and Enforcement in the Law Concerning Environmental Management, Law No. 23 of 1997 (F. Stroink)
9. Towards a New Model of Criminalization of Environmental Pollution: The Case of Indonesia (M. Faure)
10. Economic Instruments: Suited for Developing Countries?(M. Faure, M. Peeters and A.G. Wibisana
11. Towards Effective Environmental Legislation in Indonesia?(M. Faure and N. Niessen)

DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9781847202918