Thursday, April 13, 2017

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

The latest issue of the Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law (Vol. 26, no. 1, April 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Renske A. Giljam, Better BAT to Bolster Ecosystem Resilience: Operationalizing Ecological Governance through the Concept of Best Available Techniques
    • Yaffa Epstein, Killing Wolves to Save Them? Legal Responses to ‘Tolerance Hunting’ in the European Union and United States
    • Elena Fasoli, The Possibilities for Nongovernmental Organizations Promoting Environmental Protection to Claim Damages in Relation to the Environment in France, Italy, the Netherlands and Portugal
    • Juliana Zuluaga Madrid, Access to Environmental Information from Private Entities: A Rights-Based Approach
    • Amy Maguire & Jeffrey McGee, A Universal Human Right to Shape Responses to a Global Problem? The Role of Self-Determination in Guiding the International Legal Response to Climate Change
    • Thoko Kaime, Countering Abuse in EU Environmental Markets: The Case for Integrated Operational Safeguards
    • Nicolas Bremer, Post-environmental Impact Assessment Monitoring of Measures or Activities with Significant Transboundary Impact: An Assessment of Customary International Law
  • Case Note
    • Yoshifumi Tanaka, Costa Rica v. Nicaragua and Nicaragua v. Costa Rica: Some Reflections on the Obligation to Conduct an Environmental Impact Assessment