Miller's lengthy article attempts to address the existing problems in defining 'environmental law', particularly due to the overlap in so many other areas of law. He introduces his subject by taking it as "the emerging role of different legal codes in various jurisdictions in addressing 'apprehension' - the sense of irreparable harm to the natural systems…' His article covers the subject from many perspectives: English, European and Ecocentric. 1999 1(1) Env L.Rev 36
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