Sunday, April 26, 2020

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

The latest issue of the Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law (Vol. 29, no. 1, April 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Water Protection and Armed Conflicts in International Law
    • Carl Bruch, Erika Weinthal, & Jessica Troell, Water law and governance in post‐conflict settings
    • Daniëlla Dam‐de Jong, Building a sustainable peace: How peace processes shape and are shaped by the international legal framework for the governance of natural resources
    • Mara Tignino & Öykü Irmakkesen, Water in peace operations: The case of Haiti
    • Bjørn‐Oliver Magsig, Water security: A litmus test for international law
    • Marco Pertile & Sondra Faccio, Access to water in Donbass and Crimea: Attacks against water infrastructures and the blockade of the North Crimea Canal
    • Marja Lehto, Armed conflicts and the environment: The International Law Commission’s new draft principles
  • Original Articles
    • Olivia Woolley, What would ecological climate change law look like? Developing a method for analysing the international climate change regime from an ecological perspective
    • Emily Webster, Transnational legal processes, the EU and RED II: Strengthening the global governance of bioenergy
    • Carlos Soria‐Rodríguez, The European environmental regulation of marine renewable energies
    • Beatrice Garske, Jessica Stubenrauch, & Felix Ekardt, Sustainable phosphorus management in European agricultural and environmental law
    • Zachary Allen Roy Phillips, Barbuda’s community title to land: A furtherance of the Convention on Biological Diversity?
  • Case Notes
    • Lorenzo Squintani, Balancing nature and economic interests in the European Union: On the concept of mitigation under the Habitats Directive