Sunday, July 17, 2022

New Issue: Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law

The latest issue of the Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law (Vol. 31, no. 2, July 2022) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Marc Limon, United Nations recognition of the universal right to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment: An eyewitness account
    • Emma Allen & Mario Prost, Ceci n'est pas un État: The Order of Malta and the Holy See as precedents for deterritorialized statehood?
    • Arie Trouwborst & Jens-Christian Svenning, Megafauna restoration as a legal obligation: International biodiversity law and the rehabilitation of large mammals in Europe
    • Leslie-Anne Duvic-Paoli & Priska Lueger, A democratic nuclear energy transition? Public participation in nuclear activities
    • Yankun Zhao & Bill Butcher, Coming to terms with public participation in decision making: Balancing clarity and impact in the Aarhus Convention
    • J. Michael Angstadt, Environmental norm diffusion and domestic legal innovation: The case of specialized environmental courts and tribunals
    • Rebeca Macias Gimenez, Making space for indigenous law in state-led decisions about hydropower dams: Lessons from environmental assessments in Canada and Brazil
    • Jonathan Verschuuren, Achieving agricultural greenhouse gas emission reductions in the EU post-2030: What options do we have?
    • Romina Schaller, Till Markus, Klaas Korte, & Erik Gawel, Atmospheric CO2 as a resource for renewable energy production: A European energy law appraisal of direct air capture fuels
    • Carola Glinski, The public–private governance regime on sustainable ship recycling: An in-depth analysis
    • Ruoying Li & Shuang Lyu, Applying the precautionary principle to Fukushima nuclear wastewater disposal at sea
    • Hilmer J. Bosch & Joyeeta Gupta, Water property rights in investor-state contracts on extractive activities, affects water governance: An empirical assessment of 80 contracts in Africa and Asia
  • Case Note
    • Diego Mejía-Lemos, The right to a healthy environment and its justiciability before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights: A critical appraisal of the Lhaka Honhat v Argentina judgement