Access to Justice in Environmental Matters: A Fundamental Democratic Right (B. Dette)

Author(s) Birgit Dette Keywords environmental policy, democratic rights, access to justice, Europe Abstract Dr. Ludwig Krämer, born 1939, retired from the European Commission in August 2004. Dr. Krämer joined the European Commission in 1972, where he started his career dealing with consumer protection issues in the Competition Directorate-General. He successfully combined his profession as an […]

(1) Francis Roy Morgan (2) Catherine Margaret Baker v (1) Hinton Organics – case comment (anon)

Author Anon Keywords Access to justice, costs orders, funding, discretion, interim injunctions, international environmental law, odours, private nuisance, human rights issues, civil procedures Abstract Reports the Court of Appeal decision in Morgan v Hinton Organics (Wessex) Ltd on whether an order that the claimants pay the defendant’s costs of a discharged interim injunction in a private nuisance action based […]

Poverty, Socio-Political Factors and Degradation of the Environment in Sub-Saharan… (E.P. Amechi)

Author Emeka Polycarp Amechi Keywords Access to justice, environmental degradation, environmental protection, human rights, right to environment, sub-Saharan Africa. Abstract The right to environment is a recognised human right in Africa. However, despite the legal and institutional frameworks designed to respect, promote, protect and fulfil the right, its enjoyment is still a mirage to majority […]