|2.1 The rationale for a constitutional approach to environmental protection ||5|
|2.2 The rationale for taking environmental protection to be a human rights issue ||9|
|2.3 Section conclusion ||13|
|3 Overview of the arguments of the book ||14|
|1. The Case for a Human Right to an Adequate Environment||25|
|1.1 The case for pursuing environmental ends by means of human rights ||27|
|1.1.1 The scope of an environmental human right ||27|
|1.1.2 Addressing doubts from an environmental perspective ||31|
|1.2 A genuine human right? ||36|
|1.3 A universal moral right to an adequate environment ||47|
|1.3.1 Why the right to an adequate environment meets the criteria of a genuine human right ||47|
|1.3.2 Defending the case means critically assessing the relation of rights to duties ||50|
|1.4 International recognition of a human right to an adequate environment: the precedents ||54|
|2. Constitutionalizing the Right to an Adequate Environment: Challenges of Principle||63|
|2.1 Why the right to an adequate environment ought to be constitutionalized ||65|
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Book title: Constitutional Environmental Rights.
Contributors: Tim Hayward - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 2005.
Page number: vii.
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