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The American convention on human rights and environmental rights standards (2019)
Book Chapter
Grant, E. (2019). The American convention on human rights and environmental rights standards. In J. R. May, O. McIntyre, J. Razzaque, S. Turner, & D. L. Shelton (Eds.), Environmental Rights - The development of standards, 60-92. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108612500

Until recently, environmental standards have received attention within the Inter-American regional human rights system, primarily in the context of the rights of indigenous peoples. In developing environmental standards, the Inter-American Commission... Read More about The American convention on human rights and environmental rights standards.

Thought, Law, Rights and Action in the Age of Environmental Crisis (2015)
Book
Grear, A., & Grant, E. (2015). Thought, Law, Rights and Action in the Age of Environmental Crisis. Edward Elgar

This timely book combines theoretical reflections, doctrinal analyses and insights drawn from rights-based praxis to offer thoughtful and at times provocative engagements with the limitations of law as it faces the complexities of contemporary socio-... Read More about Thought, Law, Rights and Action in the Age of Environmental Crisis.

Land grabbing, sustainable development and human rights (2015)
Journal Article
Grant, E., & Das, O. (2015). Land grabbing, sustainable development and human rights. Transnational Environmental Law, 4(2), 289-317. https://doi.org/10.1017/S2047102515000023

© 2015 Cambridge University Press. Increasing investment in agricultural land by global corporations and investors from wealthy developed nations in poorer, less developed countries has significant human rights and environmental impacts. Proponents o... Read More about Land grabbing, sustainable development and human rights.

Customary law and human rights (2013)
Book Chapter
Grant, E. (2013). Customary law and human rights. In S. Sheeran, & N. Rodley (Eds.), Routledge Handbook on International Human Rights LawRoutledge

Agriculture, food security and the environment: Policy and regulatory challenges (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Grant, E., & Das, O. (2013, June). Agriculture, food security and the environment: Policy and regulatory challenges. Paper presented at Global Ecological Integrity Group (GEIG) International Conference "Ecological Integrity, Globalization and Radical Social Change: From the UN to the Earth Charter

Human Dignity and Socio-Economic Rights (2012)
Journal Article
Grant, E., & Grant, E. (2012). Human Dignity and Socio-Economic Rights. Liverpool Law Review, 33(3), 235-261. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10991-012-9122-8

The South African Constitution numbers among a very few constitutions around the world which include justiciable socio-economic rights. One of the controversies surrounding judicial enforcement of such rights is the extent to which it is appropriate... Read More about Human Dignity and Socio-Economic Rights.

A right to water - A geographico-legal perspective (2011)
Book Chapter
Staddon, C., Appleby, T., & Grant, E. (2011). A right to water - A geographico-legal perspective. In F. Sultana, & A. Loftus (Eds.), The right to water: Politics, governance and social struggles, 61-77. Earthscan

Accountability for Human Rights abuses: Taking the universality, indivisibility, interdependence and interrelatedness of human rights seriously (2008)
Journal Article
Grant, E. (2008). Accountability for Human Rights abuses: Taking the universality, indivisibility, interdependence and interrelatedness of human rights seriously

In spite of the endorsement by the vast majority of states of the 1993 Vienna Declaration and its affirmation of the universality, indivisibility and interdependence of all human rights, the weak implementation of social and economic rights remains p... Read More about Accountability for Human Rights abuses: Taking the universality, indivisibility, interdependence and interrelatedness of human rights seriously.

Judicial implementation of rights-based approaches to environmental governance: Regional perspectives
Book Chapter
Grant, E. Judicial implementation of rights-based approaches to environmental governance: Regional perspectives. In L. Kotze, J. May, C. Soyapi, & E. Daly (Eds.), New Frontiers in Environmental Constitutionalism, 198-212. UN Environment Programme

The question addressed in this chapter is whether human rights law, as it is currently practised, adequately recognizes and reflects the complex interdependence of human rights and the environment. In particular, do human rights courts take sufficien... Read More about Judicial implementation of rights-based approaches to environmental governance: Regional perspectives.