Saturday, November 30, 2019

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

The latest issue of the Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law (Vol. 28, no. 3, November 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: New Frontiers in Ocean Environmental Governance
    • Beatriz Martinez Romera & Katrina M. Wyman, New frontiers in ocean environmental governance: Private actors, public goods
    • Alex G. Oude Elferink, Exploring the future of the institutional landscape of the oceans beyond national jurisdiction
    • Ronán Long, Restoring marine environmental damage: Can the Costa Rica v Nicaragua compensation case influence the BBNJ negotiations?
    • Felicity Deane, Anna Huggins, & Md Saiful Karim, Measuring, monitoring, reporting and verification of shipping emissions: Evaluating transparency and answerability
    • Meinhard Doelle & Aldo Chircop, Decarbonizing international shipping: An appraisal of the IMO's Initial Strategy
    • Jesper Jarl Fanø, Enforcement of the 2020 sulphur limit for marine fuels: Restrictions and possibilities for port States to impose fines under UNCLOS
    • Nikolaos Giannopoulos, Global environmental regulation of offshore energy production: Searching for legal standards in ocean governance
    • Makoto Seta, The contribution of the International Organization for Standardization to ocean governance
    • Solène Guggisberg, The roles of nongovernmental actors in improving compliance with fisheries regulations
  • Original Articles
    • Matthew Volk, Spiegl Arie Trouwborst, & Ingrid Natasha Visser, Mission creep in the application of wildlife law: The progressive dilution of legal requirements regarding a wild‐born orca kept for ‘research’ purposes
    • Florian Rabitz, Gene drives and the international biodiversity regime
  • Case Notes
    • Kathleen Garnett, Hold your pipettes: The European Court of Justice's findings in Confédération Paysanne & Others stirs GMOtions