Business and Human Rights in the Anthropocene - Globalization: Law and Policy (Hardback)Sara L. Seck (author)
Hardback 224 Pages / Published: 01/12/2018
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This book bridges the gap between the business and human rights communities, and the environmental rights and climate justice communities, with the ultimate aim of providing a deeper understanding and analysis of insights from both. While the language of sustainability, or sustainable development, is often used to draw together the three disparate pillars of environment, society, and economy, the focus of the book is upon related but distinct developments in international human rights law. The work weaves international law, business and human rights, environmental justice, climate justice, and sustainability, with reference also to insights from indigenous law, legal pluralism, political ecology, resilience theory, and third world approaches to international law. Drawing together diverse fields in this way, substantially reshapes the focus of the global conversation in ways towards which it has been moving, but has not yet arrived. Equally important, the work considers the environmental community's current conversation about `sustainability' versus `resilience' in law making human rights and environmental policy. These critical underlying issues draw the analysis together in unique and forward looking ways thus maximizing the book's impact at a critically important time.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 224
Dimensions: 248 x 171 mm
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