Thursday, March 28, 2013

New Issue: Review of European Community & International Environmental Law

The latest issue of the Review of European Community & International Environmental Law (Vol. 22, no. 1, April 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles on Assessing Progress in International Environmental Law
    • Jorge E. Viñuales, The Rise and Fall of Sustainable Development
    • Elisa Morgera & Annalisa Savaresi, A Conceptual and Legal Perspective on the Green Economy
    • Joost Pauwelyn, The End of Differential Treatment for Developing Countries? Lessons from the Trade and Climate Change Regimes
    • Daniel Farber, Beyond the North–South Dichotomy in International Climate Law: The Distinctive Adaptation Responsibilities of the Emerging Economies
    • Carlos M. Correa, Innovation and Technology Transfer of Environmentally Sound Technologies: The Need to Engage in a Substantive Debate
    • Derek Eaton, Technology and Innovation for a Green Economy
    • David N. Cassuto & Rômulo S.R. Sampaio, The Importance of Information and Participation Principles in Environmental Law in Brazil, the United States and Beyond
  • General Articles
    • Veerle Heyvaert, What's in a Name? The Covenant of Mayors as Transnational Environmental Regulation
    • Anne-Sophie Tabau, Shared Accountability of the European Union and its Member States in the Climate Change Regime
    • Meinhard Doelle, Nigel Bankes & Louie Porta, Using Strategic Environmental Assessments to Guide Oil and Gas Exploration Decisions: Applying Lessons Learned from Atlantic Canada to the Beaufort Sea