Monday, September 3, 2007

New Issue: Review of European Community & International Environmental Law

The latest issue of the Review of European Community & International Environmental Law (Vol. 16, no. 2, July 2007) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles on the Implementation of International Environmental Law by the Private Sector
    • Maria Ivanova, David Gordon & Jennifer Roy, Towards Institutional
      Symbiosis: Business and the United Nations in Environmental Governance
    • Linda Siegele & Halina Ward, Corporate Social Responsibility: A Step Towards Stronger Involvement of Business in MEA Implementation?
    • Kati Kulovesi, The Private Sector and the Implementation of the Kyoto Protocol: Experiences, Challenges and Prospects
    • Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld, Steven Bernstein & Constance McDermott, Can Non-state Governance ‘Ratchet Up’ Global Environmental Standards? Lessons from the Forest Sector
    • Kishan Khoday, Mobilizing Market Forces to Combat Global Environmental Change: Lessons from UN Private Sector Partnerships in China
  • General Articles
    • Arie Trouwborst, The Precautionary Principle in General International Law: Combating the Babylonian Confusion
    • Rosemary Rayfuse, Melting Moments: The Future of Polar Oceans Governance in a Warming World
    • A.D. Martin, C.K. Mayers & C.M. France, The EU Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive: Problems arising from Implementation Differences between Member States and Proposed Solutions
    • Kyla Tienhaara, Third Party Participation in Investment-Environment Disputes: Recent Developments