Thursday, September 12, 2013

New Issue: Transnational Environmental Law

The latest issue of Transnational Environmental Law (Vol. 2, no. 2, October 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Symposium: Markets for Ecosystem Services
    • Thoko Kaime, Symposium Foreword: Framing the Law and Policy for Ecosystem Services
    • Colin T. Reid, Between Priceless and Worthless: Challenges in Using Market Mechanisms for Conserving Biodiversity
    • Jerneja Penca, Marketing the Market: The Ideology of Market Mechanisms for Biodiversity Conservation
    • Robert L. Glicksman & Thoko Kaime, A Comparative Analysis of Accountability Mechanisms for Ecosystem Services Markets in the United States and the European Union
  • Articles
    • Rakhyun E. Kim & Klaus Bosselmann, International Environmental Law in the Anthropocene: Towards a Purposive System of Multilateral Environmental Agreements
    • Benjamin J. Richardson, Socially Responsible Investing for Sustainability: Overcoming Its Incomplete and Conflicting Rationales
    • Julie Ayling, Harnessing Third Parties for Transnational Environmental Crime Prevention
    • Emilia Korkea-aho, Laws in Progress? Reconceptualizing Accountability Strategies in the Era of Framework Norms