Monday, December 12, 2016

New Issue: Transnational Environmental Law

The latest issue of Transnational Environmental Law (Vol. 5, no. 2, October 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Editorial
    • Thijs Etty, Veerle Heyvaert, Cinnamon Carlarne, Dan Farber, Bruce Huber, & Jolene Lin, A Celebration of the Fifth Anniversary of Transnational Environmental Law
  • Anniversary Issue
    • Jacqueline Peel, Foreword
    • Sébastien Jodoin & Sarah Mason-Case, What Difference Does CBDR Make? A Socio-Legal Analysis of the Role of Differentiation in the Transnational Legal Process for REDD+
    • Christina Voigt & Felipe Ferreira, ‘Dynamic Differentiation’: The Principles of CBDR-RC, Progression and Highest Possible Ambition in the Paris Agreement
    • Philippe Cullet, Differential Treatment in Environmental Law: Addressing Critiques and Conceptualizing the Next Steps
    • Patrícia Galvão Ferreira, ‘Common But Differentiated Responsibilities’ in the National Courts: Lessons from Urgenda v. The Netherlands
    • Lisa Benjamin, The Responsibilities of Carbon Major Companies: Are They (and Is the Law) Doing Enough?
    • Paula Castro, Common But Differentiated Responsibilities Beyond the Nation State: How Is Differential Treatment Addressed in Transnational Climate Governance Initiatives?
    • Maria Antonia Tigre, Cooperation for Climate Mitigation in Amazonia: Brazil’s Emerging Role as a Regional Leader
    • Anna Huggins & Md Saiful Karim, Shifting Traction: Differential Treatment and Substantive and Procedural Regard in the International Climate Change Regime