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The Global Emergence of Constitutional Environmental Rights, by Joshua C. Gellers Routledge, 2017, 150 pp, £95 hb, £36.99 pb, £35.99 e-bk ISBN 9781138696495 hb, 9780367024222 pb, 9781315524412 e-bk

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1 O’Gorman, R., ‘Environmental Constitutionalism: A Comparative Study’ (2017) 6(3) Transnational Environmental Law, pp. 435462 .

2 Ackerman, Citing B., ‘The Rise of World Constitutionalism’ (2007) 83(4) Virginia Law Review, pp. 771797 , at 771.

3 European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (ECHR), Rome (Italy), 4 Nov. 1950, in force 3 Sept. 1953, available at: http://www.echr.coe.int.

4 See, e.g., Pedersen, O.W., ‘The European Court of Human Rights and International Environmental Law’, in J. Knox & R. Pejan (eds), The Human Right to a Healthy Environment (Cambridge University Press, 2018), pp. 8696 .

5 A similar example emerges in the context of the Indian Supreme Court and the Indian Constitution.

6 Aarhus (Denmark), 25 June 1998, in force 30 Oct. 2001, available at: http://www.unece.org/env/pp/welcome.html.

The Global Emergence of Constitutional Environmental Rights, by Joshua C. Gellers Routledge, 2017, 150 pp, £95 hb, £36.99 pb, £35.99 e-bk ISBN 9781138696495 hb, 9780367024222 pb, 9781315524412 e-bk

  • Ole W. Pedersen (a1)

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