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The Resource Green Governance : Ecological Survival, Human Rights, and the Law of the Commons

Green Governance : Ecological Survival, Human Rights, and the Law of the Commons

Label
Green Governance : Ecological Survival, Human Rights, and the Law of the Commons
Title
Green Governance
Title remainder
Ecological Survival, Human Rights, and the Law of the Commons
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
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Weston, Burns H
Dewey number
344.04/6
LC call number
K3585 -- .W476 2013eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Bollier, David
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  • Commons
  • Environmental justice
  • Environmental law -- Philosophy
  • Environmental law, International -- Philosophy
  • Environmental protection -- International cooperation
  • Global commons
  • Human rights -- Environmental aspects
Label
Green Governance : Ecological Survival, Human Rights, and the Law of the Commons
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Prologue -- Part I -- 1 Trends That Point Toward a New Synthesis -- A. The Tragedy of the Market -- B. New Governance Models on the Internet -- C. Imagining New Types of Governance That Go Beyond Market and State -- 2 The Human Right to a Clean and Healthy Environment -- 3 The Quest for a New Rights-Based Pathway -- A. Intergenerational Environmental Rights -- B. Natures Rights -- C. Four Systemic Complications -- 1. Legal Surrogacy -- 2. Legal Standing -- 3. Uncertainty of Future Damage -- 4. Anthropocentrism -- 4 Making the Conceptual Transition to the New Paradigm -- A. The Power of Human Rights -- 1. Human Rights as "Trumps" -- 2. Human Rights as Interdependent Agents of Human Dignity -- 3. Human Rights as a Crucible for Human Security and Democracy -- 4. Human Rights as a Mobilizing Challenge to Statist and Elitist Agendas -- 5. Human Rights as Legal and Political Empowerments -- Rebutting the Claimed Indeterminacy of Human Rights -- Rebutting the Claimed Absence of Human Rights Theory -- B. The Potential of Vernacular Law -- C. The Necessity of Self-Organized Governance and Collaboration in Complex Adaptive Systems -- Part II -- 5 The Commons as a Model for Ecological Governance -- A. The Characteristics of Commons -- B. A Brief History of Commons Law and the Right to the Environment -- C. Social Scientists Rediscover the Commons -- 6 The Rise of the Commons Movement Globally -- A. Salient Contemporary Commons -- 1. Subsistence Commons -- 2. Indigenous Peoples' Commons -- 3. Internet Commons -- 4. Social and Civic Commons -- 5. Businesses Embedded in Commons -- 6. State Trustee Commons -- B. Tensions between Modern State Law and the Commons -- 7 Imagining a New Architecture of Law and Policy to Support the Ecological Commons -- A. Internal Governance Principles of Commons
  • 1. Principles of Social Cooperation, Trust, and Problem Solving -- 2. Human Rights and Natures Rights Principles -- 3. Control and Subsidiarity Principles -- 4. Money and Principles of Shared Assets -- 5. Principles Concerning the Just Allocation of Property Rights -- 6. Property Rights Use Principles -- 7. Conflict Resolution Principles -- B. Macro-Principles and Policies to Guide the State/Market in Supporting the Commons Sector -- C. The Special Challenge of Large-Scale Ecological Commons -- 8 Catalytic Strategies for Achieving Green Governance -- A. Vernacular Law Commons -- B. "Private Law Work-Arounds" -- C. Localism and Municipal Law as a Vehicle for Protecting Commons -- D. Federal and Provincial Governments as Supporters of Commons Formation and Expansion -- E. Expanding and Strengthening the Public Trust Doctrine -- F. State Trustee Commons -- G. Eco-Digital Innovations: Crowdsourcing, Participatory Sensing, Wikis, and More -- H. Establishing Commons Trusts to Manage Common Assets and Distribute Revenues -- I. State Chartering of New Types of Commons Trusts -- J. New Types of Multilateral Frameworks That Can Manage Large-Scale Common-Pool Resources -- Developing a Scheme of Nested and/or Networked Commons That Can Work Dynamically Together -- Human Rights as an Integral Aspect of Multilateral Ecological Governance -- Epilogue -- Appendix Universal Covenant Affirming a Human Right to Commons- and Rights-Based Governance of Earths Natural Wealth and Resources* -- Preamble -- Article I. Commons- and Rights-based Ecological Governance -- Article II. Principles of Internal Governance -- Article III. Principles and Policies to Guide State Support of Commons- and Rights-based Ecological Governance -- Article IV. Duties of Market Actors towards Commons- and Rights-based Ecological Governance
  • Article V. (Duties of United Nations and Other Intergovernmental Organizations) -- Addendum The International Legal Status of the Human Right to a Clean and Healthy Environment -- A. As Derived from Other Recognized Rights -- 1. The Environment and the Substantive Rights to Life, Health, and Respect for Private and Family Life -- The European Human Rights System -- The Inter-American Human Rights System -- The African Human Rights System -- National Decision Making -- Latin America -- Sub-Saharan Africa -- South Asia -- 2. The Environment and Other Recognized Substantive Human Rights -- B. The Human Right to a Clean and Healthy Environment as an Autonomous Right -- 1. Recognition on the Global Plane -- 2. Recognition on the Regional Plane -- 3. Recognition on the National Plane -- C. The Human Right to Procedural Environmental Rights -- D. Summary -- Bibliography of Pertinent Books -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1099958
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (392 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781139613156
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1099958
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1099958
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10643445
  • (OCoLC)823724179
Label
Green Governance : Ecological Survival, Human Rights, and the Law of the Commons
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Prologue -- Part I -- 1 Trends That Point Toward a New Synthesis -- A. The Tragedy of the Market -- B. New Governance Models on the Internet -- C. Imagining New Types of Governance That Go Beyond Market and State -- 2 The Human Right to a Clean and Healthy Environment -- 3 The Quest for a New Rights-Based Pathway -- A. Intergenerational Environmental Rights -- B. Natures Rights -- C. Four Systemic Complications -- 1. Legal Surrogacy -- 2. Legal Standing -- 3. Uncertainty of Future Damage -- 4. Anthropocentrism -- 4 Making the Conceptual Transition to the New Paradigm -- A. The Power of Human Rights -- 1. Human Rights as "Trumps" -- 2. Human Rights as Interdependent Agents of Human Dignity -- 3. Human Rights as a Crucible for Human Security and Democracy -- 4. Human Rights as a Mobilizing Challenge to Statist and Elitist Agendas -- 5. Human Rights as Legal and Political Empowerments -- Rebutting the Claimed Indeterminacy of Human Rights -- Rebutting the Claimed Absence of Human Rights Theory -- B. The Potential of Vernacular Law -- C. The Necessity of Self-Organized Governance and Collaboration in Complex Adaptive Systems -- Part II -- 5 The Commons as a Model for Ecological Governance -- A. The Characteristics of Commons -- B. A Brief History of Commons Law and the Right to the Environment -- C. Social Scientists Rediscover the Commons -- 6 The Rise of the Commons Movement Globally -- A. Salient Contemporary Commons -- 1. Subsistence Commons -- 2. Indigenous Peoples' Commons -- 3. Internet Commons -- 4. Social and Civic Commons -- 5. Businesses Embedded in Commons -- 6. State Trustee Commons -- B. Tensions between Modern State Law and the Commons -- 7 Imagining a New Architecture of Law and Policy to Support the Ecological Commons -- A. Internal Governance Principles of Commons
  • 1. Principles of Social Cooperation, Trust, and Problem Solving -- 2. Human Rights and Natures Rights Principles -- 3. Control and Subsidiarity Principles -- 4. Money and Principles of Shared Assets -- 5. Principles Concerning the Just Allocation of Property Rights -- 6. Property Rights Use Principles -- 7. Conflict Resolution Principles -- B. Macro-Principles and Policies to Guide the State/Market in Supporting the Commons Sector -- C. The Special Challenge of Large-Scale Ecological Commons -- 8 Catalytic Strategies for Achieving Green Governance -- A. Vernacular Law Commons -- B. "Private Law Work-Arounds" -- C. Localism and Municipal Law as a Vehicle for Protecting Commons -- D. Federal and Provincial Governments as Supporters of Commons Formation and Expansion -- E. Expanding and Strengthening the Public Trust Doctrine -- F. State Trustee Commons -- G. Eco-Digital Innovations: Crowdsourcing, Participatory Sensing, Wikis, and More -- H. Establishing Commons Trusts to Manage Common Assets and Distribute Revenues -- I. State Chartering of New Types of Commons Trusts -- J. New Types of Multilateral Frameworks That Can Manage Large-Scale Common-Pool Resources -- Developing a Scheme of Nested and/or Networked Commons That Can Work Dynamically Together -- Human Rights as an Integral Aspect of Multilateral Ecological Governance -- Epilogue -- Appendix Universal Covenant Affirming a Human Right to Commons- and Rights-Based Governance of Earths Natural Wealth and Resources* -- Preamble -- Article I. Commons- and Rights-based Ecological Governance -- Article II. Principles of Internal Governance -- Article III. Principles and Policies to Guide State Support of Commons- and Rights-based Ecological Governance -- Article IV. Duties of Market Actors towards Commons- and Rights-based Ecological Governance
  • Article V. (Duties of United Nations and Other Intergovernmental Organizations) -- Addendum The International Legal Status of the Human Right to a Clean and Healthy Environment -- A. As Derived from Other Recognized Rights -- 1. The Environment and the Substantive Rights to Life, Health, and Respect for Private and Family Life -- The European Human Rights System -- The Inter-American Human Rights System -- The African Human Rights System -- National Decision Making -- Latin America -- Sub-Saharan Africa -- South Asia -- 2. The Environment and Other Recognized Substantive Human Rights -- B. The Human Right to a Clean and Healthy Environment as an Autonomous Right -- 1. Recognition on the Global Plane -- 2. Recognition on the Regional Plane -- 3. Recognition on the National Plane -- C. The Human Right to Procedural Environmental Rights -- D. Summary -- Bibliography of Pertinent Books -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1099958
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (392 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781139613156
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1099958
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1099958
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10643445
  • (OCoLC)823724179

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