Pace Environmental Notes, the weblog of the Pace University School of Law’s Environmental Collection, is a gateway to news, recent books and articles, information resources, and legal research strategies relevant to the fields of environmental, energy, land use, animal law and other related disciplines.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
New Library Acquisitions - Week of August 27th
Poverty Alleviation and Environmental Law (Yves Le Bouthillier et al. eds. 2012). This interdisciplinary study examines the complex relationship between poverty alleviation and the protection of our environment. Reflecting the results of a recent International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) conference in Mexico on issues relating to poverty, the articles contained herein discuss the interconnectivity between the two issues as well as the consequent tensions. Divided into six parts the text covers such issues as public participation, the role of aboriginal peoples. environmental degradation polies and climate change.