Environmental Action : A Citizens' Guide
Popular resistance to environmental incursion and depredation has grown at a high rate. This guide examines all aspects of the legal process available to individuals and pressure groups in their struggle to resist polluters, defilers and road-builders.
- Hardback | 416 pages
- 135 x 215 x 37.08mm | 769g
- 01 Feb 1998
- PLUTO PRESS
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Part 1 Preparing for action: first steps; funding; the media; environmental information; Europe. Part 2 Actions to stop new developments: planning; road proposals; judicial review; public protest; regulatory authorities. Part 3 Actions to claim from existing developments: personal injury; loss and damage; nuisance; water; evidence.
About Martyn Day
Tom Behan (1957 - 2010) was Senior Lecturer in Italian Studies at the University of Kent. His books include Defiance: The Story of One Man Who Stood Up to the Sicilian Mafia (2008), See Naples & Die: The Camorra & Organised Crime (2009) and The Italian Resistance: Fascists, Guerrillas and The Allies (Pluto Press, 2009).