At a time of profound change and rethinking, this book provides
insights into how environmental law in the UK has developed into
its current form, and considers challenges it will face in the
future. Irresolute Clay is not a legal history or textbook, nor a
conventional set of legal memoirs. Instead it offers a personal
account of the inside stories as experienced by one of the key
architects of contemporary environmental law. Taking a thematic
approach, it charts fundamental tenets of the subject (such as
environmental sanctions, the European dimension, developing the
academic discipline of environmental law, and environmental courts
and tribunals), from the beginnings of the modern environmental law
era in the 1970s to the present day.
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