ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS IN THE GAMBIA

ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS IN THE GAMBIA ENVIRONMENTAL L A W S I N T H E G A M B I A J o n C. Cooper* * Jon C. Cooper is Science Policy Director o f Louis Berger � Associates, Inc. and Associate Professor o f Environmental Science at the State University o f New York at Purchase, B . A . , Lawrence University, J . D . , Pace University School o f Law, P h . D . (Zoology), University o f Wisconsin. This Article is the adaption o f a paper presented for seminar in Comparative Environmental Law at Pace University School o f Law in May, 1993. INTRODUCTION � I T h e Gambia faces strong development challenges, with a per capita income of $330, a population density twice that of Senegal or Kenya, rapid lose of natural resources, and a population growth rate in excess of 4.1 % .2 The country is a small riverine state in West Africa, bordered by Senegal on three sides, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. It has a ' O n e o f the hallmarks o f working on environmental Laws in West Africa is the relative scarcity o http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Tilburg Law Review Brill

ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS IN THE GAMBIA

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Brill
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© 1996 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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2211-0046
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2211-2596
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10.1163/221125996X00067
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ENVIRONMENTAL L A W S I N T H E G A M B I A J o n C. Cooper* * Jon C. Cooper is Science Policy Director o f Louis Berger � Associates, Inc. and Associate Professor o f Environmental Science at the State University o f New York at Purchase, B . A . , Lawrence University, J . D . , Pace University School o f Law, P h . D . (Zoology), University o f Wisconsin. This Article is the adaption o f a paper presented for seminar in Comparative Environmental Law at Pace University School o f Law in May, 1993. INTRODUCTION � I T h e Gambia faces strong development challenges, with a per capita income of $330, a population density twice that of Senegal or Kenya, rapid lose of natural resources, and a population growth rate in excess of 4.1 % .2 The country is a small riverine state in West Africa, bordered by Senegal on three sides, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. It has a ' O n e o f the hallmarks o f working on environmental Laws in West Africa is the relative scarcity o

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Tilburg Law ReviewBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1996

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