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Author Holland, Breena.
Title Allocating the earth [electronic resource] : a distributional framework for protecting capabilities in environmental law and policy / Breena Holland, Associate Professor, Lehigh University, Political Science & the Environmental Initiative.
Publication Info Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014.
Edition 1st ed.



Descript xvii, 245 pages ; 24 cm
Edition 1st ed.
Contents Introduction: Economic analysis, democratic procedure, and distributional assessment in environmental policy -- Valuation, justification, and participation in contemporary environmental policy -- Capabilities, well-being, and social justice -- A capabilities approach to environmental valuation -- A capabilities approach to policy justification -- A capabilities approach to democratic participation in regulatory rulemaking -- Conclusion: Climate justice, political capabilities, and the future of human fellowship.
Note .
ISBN 0199692076
9780199692071
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Author Holland, Breena.
Subject Environmental policy.
Environmental law, International.
Descript xvii, 245 pages ; 24 cm
Edition 1st ed.
Contents Introduction: Economic analysis, democratic procedure, and distributional assessment in environmental policy -- Valuation, justification, and participation in contemporary environmental policy -- Capabilities, well-being, and social justice -- A capabilities approach to environmental valuation -- A capabilities approach to policy justification -- A capabilities approach to democratic participation in regulatory rulemaking -- Conclusion: Climate justice, political capabilities, and the future of human fellowship.
Note .
ISBN 0199692076
9780199692071
Author Holland, Breena.
Subject Environmental policy.
Environmental law, International.

Subject Environmental policy.
Environmental law, International.
Descript xvii, 245 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Introduction: Economic analysis, democratic procedure, and distributional assessment in environmental policy -- Valuation, justification, and participation in contemporary environmental policy -- Capabilities, well-being, and social justice -- A capabilities approach to environmental valuation -- A capabilities approach to policy justification -- A capabilities approach to democratic participation in regulatory rulemaking -- Conclusion: Climate justice, political capabilities, and the future of human fellowship.
Note .
ISBN 0199692076
9780199692071

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