Sets out the general background and rationale for the central claim of this book, namely, that a right of every individual to an environment adequate for their health and well-being should receive express provision in the constitution of any modern democratic state. Introduces the six general lines of criticism in the order in which they will be addressed in the remaining chapters.
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