Journal Of Environmental Law

  • Date Published 14/01/2019
Journal Of Environmental Law
Journal Of Environmental Law

The world has been grappling with severe environmental issues such as ozone depletion, climate change, desertification and other natural or man-induced environmental disasters which touch on human health in different forms. In the face of these monumental environmental challenges, the seemingly simple environmental ‘misdemeanours’ of keeping living surroundings in unhygienic mosquito-conducive conditions tend to appear inconsequential. Similarly, for many years, over and above other health issues, HIV/AIDS has held global attention. Conceivably, this scenario is attributable to the multifaceted ethical, human rights, sociological and other complexities which the disease has spawned and in whose framework discourse of the HIV/AIDS pandemic has been set. Juxtaposed with an incurable, wasting and stigmatizing HIV/AIDS conflagration, malaria, a curable and seemingly ‘ordinary and common’ disease in Nigeria may naturally pale into oblivion

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Book Chapters

  • Preliminary Pages Preliminary Pages
  • Chapter 1Health, Law And The Environment: Nigeria’s Malaria Epidemic In Perspective
  • Chapter 2Environmental Sustainability, Intellectual Property And Socio-economic Development In Africa: What Role For Geographical Indications?
  • Chapter 3The Changing Nature Of Rules On Port State Measures: Implications For Sustainability Of Marine Fishery Resources In Nigeria
  • Chapter 4Criminal Penalties For Environmental Protection In Nigeria: A Review Of Recent Regulations Introduced By Nesrea
  • Chapter 5Physical Protection Of Nuclear Materials And Emergency Preparedness
  • Chapter 6Environmental Law And Policy In Namibia
  • Chapter 7The Unique Situation Of Transboundary Acquifers In Africa: Meeting The Challenge Of The Un General Assembly Resolution On The Law Of Transboundary Acquifers
  • Chapter 8Resource Governance And Access To Justice: Innovating Best Practices In Aid Of Nigeria’s Oil Pollution Victims
  • Chapter 9Environmental Democracy, Public Participation And The Niger Delta Crisis: A Critique Of The Nigerian Experience
  • General IndexGeneral Index

Journal Of Environmental Law

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