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Title: 工法学の環境法へのアプローチ
Other Titles: コウホウガク ノ カンキョウホウ エノ アプローチ
An Approach of Technological Aspects of Environmental Regulation Law
Authors: 工藤, 市兵衛
鈴木, 達夫
近藤, 高司
KUDO, Ichibei
SUZUKI, Tatsuo
KONDO, Takashi
Issue Date: 31-Mar-1983
Publisher: 愛知工業大学
Abstract: The facilities and equipments used in industries are remarkably large and complex. The science and technology applied to industlies have advanced, especially after the World War II. An industrial accident or pollution adversary affects neighborhood lives. The number of law suits showed an increasing trend and this fact become one of the major social problems. Conventional legal systems and theories seemed not to be capable to solve these problems because the present law and their systems seemed to lack, to a greater extent, a preventive measure. The laws tended to relieving sufferers and to preventing pollution from reoccuring once it occured. The law can be defined as to maintain the society in order and the technology can be difined as to enhance the quality of physical aspects of the social life. A new field is needed to solve current social problems. That is, an interdisciprinary approch between technology and legal science. This paper discussed the concept and the method of this approach where prevention of pollution and accidents were emphasized. Further, presented are the methods to estimate the possibility of mishaps beforethey take place and to analyze incident causal factors when it took place. These concept and methods were demonstrated in the case study in which a possible level of air pollution was estimated the inland area was developed for the industrial use.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11133/637
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