Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Inaugural Issue: Transnational Environmental Law

The inaugural issue of Transnational Environmental Law (Vol. 1, no. 1, April 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Editorials
    • Veerle Heyvaert & Thijs Etty, Introducing Transnational Environmental Law
    • Cinnamon Carlarne & Daniel Farber, Law Beyond Borders: Transnational Responses to Global Environmental Issues
    • Jolene Lin & Joanne Scott, Looking Beyond the International: Key Themes and Approaches of Transnational Environmental Law
  • Invited Articles
    • Gregory Shaffer & Daniel Bodansky, Transnationalism, Unilateralism and International Law
    • Elizabeth Fisher, The Rise of Transnational Environmental Law and the Expertise of Environmental Lawyers
    • Tseming Yang, The Emerging Practice of Global Environmental Law
    • Koh Kheng-Lian, Transboundary and Global Environmental Issues: The Role of asean
    • Douglas A. Kysar, Global Environmental Constitutionalism: Getting There from Here
    • Ludwig Krämer, Transnational Access to Environmental Information
    • Robert G. Lee, Look at Mother Nature on the Run in the 21st Century: Responsibility, Research and Innovation
    • Neil Gunningham, Confronting the Challenge of Energy Governance
    • Charlotte Streck, Innovativeness and Paralysis in International Climate Policy
    • Edith Brown Weiss, The Coming Water Crisis: A Common Concern of Humankind
    • Alexander Gillespie, Science, Values and People: The Three Factors that Will Define the Next Generation of International Conservation Agreements
  • Commentaries
    • Peter H. Sand, The Evolution of Transnational Environmental Law: Four Cases in Historical Perspective
  • Articles
    • Louis J. Kotzé, Arguing Global Environmental Constitutionalism