The Right to A Healthy Environment

The Right to A Healthy Environment

Revitalizing Canada's Constitution

eBook - 2012
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Canada has abundant natural wealth, beautiful landscapes, vast forests, and thousands of rivers and lakes. The land defines Canadians as a people, yet the country has one of the industrialized world's worst environmental records. Building on his previous book, The Environmental Rights Revolution (2012), David R. Boyd describes how recognizing the constitutional right to a healthy environment could have a transformative impact by empowering citizens, holding governments and industry accountable, and improving Canada's green record. This important and provocative book provides a road map to protect human health, the well-being of the planet, and the interests of future generations.
Publisher: Vancouver : UBC Press, [2012]
ISBN: 9780774824125
0774824123
9780774824149
077482414X
9786613970596
661397059X
9781283658096
1283658097
9780774824156
0774824158
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xvi, 306 pages) : maps.

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