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Burnett-Hall on Environmental Law analyses all the principle areas of environmental law in a single volume. You'll have a resource which covers the full spectrum of topics in this area, from climate change, EIA and nature conservation, to water, IPPC and air, waste, contaminated land, statutory nuisance and noise, to chemicals, GMOs and nuclear. Includes new chapters on marine protection (dealing with the newly extended legislation on marine conservation, in particular marine protection zones), and environmental marketing (covering “green” advertising, eco-labelling, eco-design and information labelling)Details the sources of environmental law, including international and EU lawContains expanded coverage of the EU chemicals regime under REACH, the Plant Protection Products Regulation, and the proposed EU Biocidal Products RegulationProvides fuller treatment of the Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act 2008Examines the issues relating to public accountability, looking at public law and access to informationConsiders the complexities of insurance for environmental liabilityCovers prosecution and sentencing for environmental damageLooks at environmental regulators and their enforcement powers