Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Bowman, Davies, & Goodwin: Research Handbook on Biodiversity and Law

Michael Bowman (Univ. of Nottingham - Law), Peter Davies (Univ. of Nottingham - Law), & Edward Goodwin (Univ. of Nottingham - Law) have published Research Handbook on Biodiversity and Law (Edward Elgar Publishing 2016). Contents include:
  • Michael Bowman, Law, Legal Scholarship and the Conservation of Biological Diversity: 2020 Vision and Beyond
  • Mattia Fosci & Tom West, In Whose Interest? Instrumental and Intrinsic Value in Biodiversity Law
  • Nicole Mohammed, Participatory Resource Management: A Caribbean Case Study
  • Elizabeth A. Kirk, The Role of Non-State Actors in Treaty Regimes for the Protection of Marine Biodiversity
  • Rosemary Rayfuse, Climate Change, Marine Biodiversity and International Law
  • Edward J. Goodwin, Broad Spectrum Efforts to Enhance the Conservation of Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems
  • Peter Davies, Alien Invasive Species – is the EU’s Strategy Fit for Purpose?
  • Arie Trouwborst, Countering Fragmentation of Habitats under International Wildlife Regimes
  • Karen Hulme, Armed Conflict and Biodiversity
  • Veit Koester, The Convention on Biological Diversity and the Concept of Sustainable Development: The Extent and Manner of the Convention’s Application of Components of the Concept
  • Malgosia Fitzmaurice, Whaling and Inter- and Intra-Generational Equity
  • Duncan French, Common Concern, Common Heritage and other Global(-ising) Concepts: Rhetorical Devices, Legal Principles or a Fundamental Challenge?
  • Emilie Cloatre, Biodiversity, Knowledge and the Making of Rights: Reviewing the Debates on Bioprospecting and Ownership
  • Ecological Restoration in International Biodiversity Law: A Promising Strategy to Address Our Failure to Prevent?
  • Karen N. Scott, Non-Compliance Procedures and the Implementation of Commitments under Wildlife Treaties
  • Richard Caddell, ‘Only Connect’? Regime Interaction and Global Biodiversity Conservation