Environmental Human Rights: Power, Ethics, and Law

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Ashgate, 2003 - Political Science - 207 pages
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Environmental Human Rights redefines the political, ethical and legal relationships between the environment and human rights to claim the human rights to an environment free from toxic pollution and to natural resources. By looking at how environmental values have been systematically excluded from the human rights discourse, the book claims that human rights politics and law have been constructed on double standards to accommodate the destructive forces of capitalism.

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