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International Yearbook of Soil Law and Policy 2016

International Yearbook of Soil Law and Policy 2016

Der erste Band des Internationalen Jahrbuchs für Bodenrecht und -politik beschäftigt sich mit der Umsetzung der Ziele für nachhaltige Entwicklung (SDGs), welche die Grundlage für die Entwicklungsagenda nach 2015 bis zum Jahr 2030 bilden. Das Jahrbuch konzentriert sich insbesondere auf Ziel 15, das u.a. die Erreichung einer bodendegradationsneutralen Welt beinhaltet. Darüber hinaus gibt es einen umfassenden Überblick über die neuesten politischen Entwicklungen zum Bodenschutz auf internationaler Ebene, wichtige interdisziplinäre Fragen und unterschiedliche Ansätze in der nationalen Gesetzgebung. Timo Kaphengst vom Ecologic Institut trug zum Kapitel "Die UN-Konvention über biologische Vielfalt und Böden: Status und Zukunft Optionen" bei. Elizabeth Dooley war als beratende Redakteurin involviert.


Zitiervorschlag

Ginzky, Harald et al. (ed.) 2017: International Yearbook Of Soil Law And Policy 2016. 1st ed. Springer International Publishing Switzerland.

Sprache
Englisch
Autor(en)
Verlag
Jahr
2017
ISBN
978-3-319-42507-8 (Hardcover), 978-3-319-42508-5 (eBook
ISSN
2520-1271
Umfang
430 S.
Inhaltsverzeichnis

Greeting to the Launch of the Yearbook from an African Perspective
Shikongo, Sem T.

Audit of Soil Governance
Oliveira, Aroldo Cedraz

Soils Need International Governance: A European Perspective for the First Volume of the International Yearbook of Soil Law and Policy
Flasbarth, Jochen

North American Soils and World Food
Rees, William E.

Soils Governance, an Australian Perspective
Martin, Paul

Striving for Land-Soil Sustainability: Some Legal Reflections
Desai, Bharat H. (et al.)

International Soil Protection Law: History, Concepts and Latest Developments
Boer, Ben W. (et al.)

Chances and Challenges in Using the Sustainable Development Goals as a New Instrument for Global Action Against Soil Degradation
Ehlers, Knut

Land Degradation Neutrality and the UNCCD: From Political Vision to Measurable Targets
Minelli, Sara (et al.)

The Role of Soils in International Climate Change Policy
Streck, Charlotte (et al.)

The UN Convention on Biological Diversity and Soils: Status and Future Options
Wolff, Franziska and Timo Kaphengst

The Alpine Convention’s Soil Conservation Protocol: A Model Regime?
Markus, Till

Are Soils Taken into Consideration by the IPBES Assessment on Land Degradation and Restoration?
Desrousseaux, Maylis (et al.)

Soil Degradation and Migrations in the Age of the Global Environmental Crisis: A Policy-Making Perspective
Mastrojeni, Grammenos

FAO: Voluntary Guidelines on Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Forests and Fisheries—Relevance, Reception and First Experiences in Implementation
Windfuhr, Michael

Evaluating the Role of Private Land Tenure Rights in Sustainable Land Management for Agriculture in Kenya
Kibugi, Robert

The Human Right to Food and Sustainable Soil Management: Linking Voluntary Agricultural Sustainability Standards with Food Security
Beuchelt, Tina (et al.)

Economics of Land Degradation: Achievements and Next Steps
Etter, Hannes (et al.)

National Developments in Soil Protection in Mongolia
Hannam, Ian

The Protection of Soil Under Namibian Law
Ruppel, Oliver C. (et al.)

Brazilian Federal Court of Accounts (TCU), Department of Agriculture and Environmental Audit: Soil Governance Audit
Santos, Vinícius Neves (et al.)

 Legislative Progress on Soil Contamination Prevention and Control in China
Qin, Tianbao (et al.)

The Protection of Soil: Does the European Union Live Up to Its Own Ambitions?
Raffelsiefen, Markus (et al.)

United States Soil Degradation
Richardson, Jesse J. (et al.)