UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy

UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy is a magazine specializing in Law topics.

Articles from Vol. 20, No. 2, Winter

Environmental Rights of Indigenous Peoples under the Alien Tort Claims Act, the Public Trust Doctrine and Corporate Ethics, and Environmental Dispute Resolution
1. INTRODUCTION. GLOBALIZATION AND EMERGING ETHICAL PRINCIPLES OF MULTINATIONAL ENERGY PROJECTS AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES Indigenous peoples have become the subject of significant attention within the environmental movement. This article will discuss...
Indigenous Peoples and the Environment: Convergence from a Nordic Perspective
"The central question here, as in all issues concerning indigenous rights, is who is in a position to control resources. It is question of land rights." (1) Sami--Scandinavia "To us Indians human rights is a matter of daily survival; it is the right...
Mandating Negotiations to Solve the NIMBY Problem: A Creative Regulatory Response
The NIMBY ("not in my backyard") syndrome has long frustrated the efforts of policy makers, land use planners, and developers to site locally undesirable but socially beneficial facilities. This paper discusses and evaluates an innovative generation...
Trade, Sustainability, and the WTO: Environmental Protection in the Hong Kong SAR
1. INTRODUCTION Environmental well-being affects human health. An important yardstick in measuring the environmental well-being of coastal states is the sustainability of fisheries. (1) A recent study has suggested that the world's fish catch might...
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