The virtual launch of Environmental Human Rights in the Anthropocene: Concepts, Contexts, and Challenges, edited by Prof Walter F. Baber and Prof James R. May, took place on 10 April 2023.
The event was hosted by GNHRE and the Environmental Law Institute at Widener University Delaware Law School. You can watch the launch here:
About the Book:
Are environmental human rights any match for the Anthropocene? With no time to waste, this trim compilation (221 pages) provides fresh critical analyses of the complexities of converging human rights with environmental protection. Based on expert analysis from the global South and North and around the globe, it details what is known; asks critical unanswered questions; and recommends action. It is ideal for teachers, researchers, policymakers, practitioners, and advanced students working in environmental law, human rights, public policy, political science, and environmental studies. It follows the Lund Roundtable on Human Rights and the Anthropocene sponsored by the Raoul Wallenberg Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at Lund University, Sweden.
Bringing together international experts in the field, it documents the current state of our environmental human rights knowledge, strategically critical questions that remain unanswered, and the initiatives required to develop those answers. It is ideal for researchers in environmental governance and law, as well as interested practitioners and advanced students working in public policy, political science and environmental studies.
About the Editors:
Walter F. Baber holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of North Carolina and a JD from the University of San Diego. He is a Professor in the Environmental Sciences and Policy Program and the Graduate Center for Public Policy and Administration at California State University, Long Beach.
James R. May is Distinguished Professor of Law, and Chief Sustainability Officer, Widener University (USA). He also serves as co-Director of the Environmental Rights Institute and co-Director of the Dignity Rights Project at Widener University Delaware Law School.