Paul Stookes and Phil Michaels
Access to justice; environmental justice; Environmental Justice Project; Aarhus Convention; cost barriers.
This Article highlights the findings of the Environmental Justice Project and reveals that the courts do not fully appreciate the environmental matters and consequently the right to live in a healthy environment. The paper further outlines the barriers to potential litigants particularly in the context of cost issues.
(2004) 16(2) Environmental Law and Management, 59-66.
‘The Cost of Doing the Right Thing’ (P.Stookes and P.Michaels)