New book on environmental law and governance!
Is administrative law capable of effectively addressing the complex environmental challenges of our time?
In March 2022, Giappichelli Editore Torino published M. P. Poto’s monograph: Environmental Law and Governance: the helicoidal pathway of participation. A study of a nature-based model inspired by the Arctic, the Ocean, and Indigenous Views (pp. 1-240, ISBN 9788892122253). The work is one of the expected project results for 2022. Available here: https://www.giappichelli.it/environmental-law-and-governance-the-helicoidal-pathway-of-participation
Target audience: scholars and researchers in the fields of environmental law, indigenous law, water governance, the Arctic, indigenous methodology and law.
Abstract: Is administrative law capable of effectively addressing the complex environmental challenges of our time? The book revolves around this research question by following the evolutionary pathways of environmental law relating to the sustainability agenda. The study draws concentric circles exploring the role of participation in shaping environmental law and governance (focusing on the Arctic, the ocean, and indigenous views). The concentric circles develop into a helicoidal structure that brings forward the discourse of environmental participation, extending it from a theoretical reflection to a methodological approach. Gratitude, reciprocity, and interconnectedness with nature are the values that inspired the book.