The Human Right to a Green Future

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  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 171 pages
  • ISBN : 9780511464638
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The Human Right to a Green Future

The Human Right to a Green Future
  • Author : Richard P. Hiskes
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 14 June 2021
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This book presents an argument for establishing environmental human rights as the legitimate possession of both present and future generations. It uses these rights - to clean air, water, and soil - to make an argument for justice across generations, that is, for recognizing the obligation that present generations have to preserve the environment and natural resources for future generations.

Human Rights and the Environment

Human Rights and the Environment
  • Author : Sumudu Atapattu,Andrea Schapper
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 26 March 2019
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The field of human rights and the environment has grown phenomenally during the last few years and this textbook will be one of the first to encourage students to think critically about how many environmental issues lead to a violation of existing rights. Taking a socio-legal approach, this book will provide a good understanding of both human rights and environmental issues, as well as the limitations of each regime, and will explore the ways in which human rights law and

Suffer the Children

Suffer the Children
  • Author : Emeritus Professor of Political Science and Human Rights Richard P Hiskes,Richard P. Hiskes
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release : 01 August 2021
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"This book begins with the recognition that continued practical denial of the human rights of children globally is due to the absence of any theoretical foundation justifying their reality. The goal of this book is to provide that foundation. Such a foundation departs from the eighteenth-century rationalist justification for human rights generally, and provides a new conceptualization for all human rights that embraces the facts of human vulnerability and capacity for promising as the real basis for rights. As such,

Human Dignity and the Promise of Human Rights

Human Dignity and the Promise of Human Rights
  • Author : Richard P. Hiskes
  • Publisher : Open Society Foundations
  • Release : 01 March 2015
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Human Dignity and the Promise of Human Rights is a collection of essays exploring the concept of human dignity, its connection to human rights, and its role in a variety of philosophical, legal, and contemporary public issues. Divided into four sections, the first contains contemporary theoretical discussions of the meaning of human dignity and its role in moral and political theory. The next three sections incorporate readings broadly around three topics: bioethics and law; social and economic welfare and rights;

Green Governance

Green Governance
  • Author : Burns H. Weston,David Bollier
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 21 January 2013
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The vast majority of the world's scientists agree: we have reached a point in history where we are in grave danger of destroying Earth's life-sustaining capacity. But our attempts to protect natural ecosystems are increasingly ineffective because our very conception of the problem is limited; we treat 'the environment' as its own separate realm, taking for granted prevailing but outmoded conceptions of economics, national sovereignty and international law. Green Governance is a direct response to the mounting calls for a