Law and Sustainability - A Protest F.A. R. Bennion

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Published: September 19th 2012

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105 pages


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Law and Sustainability - A Protest  by  F.A. R. Bennion

Law and Sustainability - A Protest by F.A. R. Bennion
September 19th 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 105 pages | ISBN: | 6.11 Mb

In this book Francis Bennion, the well-known barrister and controversialist, protests against the United Nations for draining us dry and the British Government for letting them get away with it.The UN is demanding on a continuing basis from Britain,MoreIn this book Francis Bennion, the well-known barrister and controversialist, protests against the United Nations for draining us dry and the British Government for letting them get away with it.The UN is demanding on a continuing basis from Britain, along with other developed countries, huge sums of money over a very wide spread of objects for the benefit of poorer states.

Having regard to the severe economic depression which is currently afflicting the better-off countries, this is grossly unreasonable and would never be agreed to on a vote by their populations. So it is wrong for the UN to try to impose these burdens, especially in the elaborate and expensive way that has prevailed in recent years. The UK Government should put an end to its participation in and support for this process.The book is also concerned with another aspect.

The UN have long been justifiably worried about irresponsible development that endangers the planet. So they have adopted a policy of encouraging what they misleadingly call ‘sustainable development’. As a separate matter the UN is also concerned about world poverty and unjustified inequalities between nations. Over the years the perceived need to deal with these latter problems has mistakenly been treated by the UN as also calling for ‘sustainable development’. This book exposes the resulting confusion.This term ‘sustainable development’ as now used by the UN is very unsatisfactory because it is undefined, ambiguous and misleading, and does not accurately convey the actual objectives.

The term ‘development’ is a substantive or noun, while the term ‘sustainable’ is a modifier or adjective. Since both are vague in meaning each requires its own definition, but does not get it. Francis Bennion, author of leading books on legal interpretation, analyses the confusion and suggests remedies.Because the UN are hooked on their pet term ‘sustainable development’ they demand that all the member states take it up and use it too.

The British Government have meekly complied and this has landed us in a lot of trouble in the planning field, adding to the costs and delays of development control. Again this book examines the problems and puts forward answers.



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