The most recent issue of the Journal of Human Rights and the Environment has just been published, and three of its articles are freely available to everyone. The editors’ announcement follows… :
The relationship between human rights and the environment is a fascinating, uneasy, and increasingly urgent one. JHRE is an international journal providing a strategic academic forum in which an extended interdisciplinary and multilayered conversation can take place concerning the challenges located at the interface of these two centrally important fields.
We are delighted to announce that issue 4:2 is now available. Visit the journal’s online platform on Elgaronline to browse the contents and read abstracts. Three articles in the current issue can also be downloaded for free.
You can also find details on how to subscribe. We encourage you to consider recommending the journal to your library.
TABLE OF CONTENTS 4.2
FREE ARTICLE: Human bodies in material space: lived realities, eco-crisis and the search for transformation
FREE ARTICLE: Toward a recalibrated human right to a clean and healthy environment: making the conceptual transition
Burns H Weston and David Bollier
Lived bodies, place, and phenomenology: implications for human rights and environmental justice
Towards an ecological philosophy of law: a comparative discussion
Vito de Lucia
Environmental justice and equal protection: intent, motivation and cognition in decision-making
Nigel Bankes and Timo Koivurova (eds), The Proposed Nordic Saami Convention: National and International Dimensions of Indigenous Property Rights (Hart Publishing Ltd, Oxford 2013) 436 pp.
Reviewed by Jacinta Ruru
Farnhana Sultana and Alex Loftus (eds), The Right to Water: Politics, Governance and Social Struggles (Earthscan, London and New York 2012) 288 pp.
Reviewed by Lee Godden