Harm to the Environment: The Right to Compensation and the Assessment of Damages

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Index
act of God 160, 211
act of war 160, 211
act or omission of a third party 160-162, 211
actio popularis93-94, 99
bankruptcy 224
Basle235
biological diversity 47, 84-87, 94
Bophal29, 62, 223, 235, 245
causality 17, 20, 22-23, 29-30, 32, 42-43, 46, 62-63, 132, 137, 146-147, 171, 210, 211-212, 217, 223-224, 246
celestical bodies 84
cessation 79, 107, 112
Chernobyl29, 62, 88-89, 156
citizen intervenors 106, 201-204, 206
citizen suits 32, 52-55, 106-107, 199-201
claim rights 31, 63
clean-up 14, 25, 30, 57, 61, 70, 88, 93, 96-100, 105, 112, 114, 119, 143, 146-149, 154-156, 160-161, 178, 182-183, 199, 212, 224, 227-229, 231, 242-243, 245-247
climate change 85, 87, 89, 94
common heritage 83-85, 178
common interest or concern 84-86
common property 83-84
compensation formulas. See damage assessment methods
computer models. See damage assessment methods
contingent valuation. See damage assessment methods
contributory negligence 120, 161
criminal law 12, 15, 26, 93, 98-100, 106-108, 158, 168
damage assessment costs 164, 167, 183, 185, 193, 207-208
damage assessment methods
compensation formulas 139-140, 151, 215-216
computer models. See Type A regulations contingent valuation 137, 167, 171, 189-190, 214-215
costs of restoration. See restoration equitable appraisal of damages 49, 105, 108, 115-116, 118-121, 129
eguitable assessment of damages 67-68, 80-81
habitat equivalency 192
hedonic pricing 80, 167, 171
hierarchy of 187
'lesser of' l87, 190, 208-209
market price 33, 79, 119-121, 123, 136, 149-151, 164-166, 177, 191, 213
'methodica' 67-68, 123
rebuttable presumption of 165, 168, 184, 188, 213, 215-216
travel costs 80, 166-167
deep seabed 84-86
defective installations 145, 147
defective objects 144-145, 147
diminution in value 48-50, 66, 68-69, 151, 164, 190-192, 208-209. Cf. also damage assessment methods
double recovery of damages 50, 165-166, 184, 196
dumping 98
economical loss
consequential 29, 31, 57, 61, 64, 70, 156, 177
pure 13-15, 18, 30-32, 33-46, 54, 57, 61, 64, 70, 73, 76, 78, 122, 132, 135, 156-157, 163, 167-168, 208
environmental impact statement 184
enivronniental values
aesthetic values 30, 67, 75-77, 150-151, 158
archaeological values 49
bequest values 49, 189
cultural values 30, 33, 67, 74-75, 84
ecological values 53, 67, 150-151, 153, 158
emotional value 136
existence values 49, 166, 189
historical values 33
intrinsic values 67, 77, 153
landscape values 60, 75-76
non-use values 49, 75-77, 116, 189, 191, 214
use values 48-49, 75-77, 165-166, 172, 184, 187, 190-191, 208-209, 213
option values 166
passive use values 189, 191-192, 203, 214
estoppel 91, 127-128
exclusive economic zone 97-98, 159, 185, 207-208, 210

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