Conservation of biodiversity – ecology against economy

Guenter Hager

Keywords: Biodiversity, Environmental Law, Endangered Species Act (ESA), Ecological Law

Categories: Humanities, Social Sciences and Law

DOI: 10.17160/josha.3.6.246

Languages: English

Today we are confronted with a growing loss of biodiversity. All of us agree that we must do something to save the biodiversity. In his lecture, Prof. Hager focuses on the question what is the task of the law in this context. His lecture has three parts. In the first part, he discusses a famous case on biodiversity. The case opens the way to the second part where the efficiency of environmental law is discussed. In the third part, Prof. Hager outlines the structure of a modern ecological environmental law.

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