Tuesday, April 24, 2018

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

The latest issue of the Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law (Vol. 27, no. 1, April 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Arctic Environmental Governance
    • Sabaa Ahmad Khan & Kati Kulovesi, Black carbon and the Arctic: Global problem‐solving through the nexus of science, law and space
    • Layla Hughes, Relationships with Arctic indigenous peoples: To what extent has prior informed consent become a norm?
    • Stefan Kirchner & Pirjo Kleemola‐Juntunen, Dumping and oil pollution: Regulatory approaches for vessel operations in an ice‐free Central Arctic Ocean
    • Dorottya Bognar, Russia and the polar marine environment: The negotiation of the environmental protection measures of the mandatory Polar Code
    • Seita Romppanen, Arctic climate governance via EU law on black carbon?
    • Nengye Liu, Will China build a green Belt and Road in the Arctic?
    • Konstantia Koutouki, Katherine Lofts & Giselle Davidian, A rights‐based approach to indigenous women and gender inequities in resource development in northern Canada
  • Regular Article
    • Natalie L. Dobson, The EU's conditioning of the ‘extraterritorial’ carbon footprint: A call for an integrated approach in trade law discourse
  • Case Note
    • Yoshifumi Tanaka, The South China Sea arbitration: Environmental obligations under the Law of the Sea Convention