Sunday, May 3, 2020

Special Issue: International Law for the Sustainable Development Goals

The latest issue of Brill Open Law (Vol. 2, 2020) focuses on "International Law for the Sustainable Development Goals." Contents include:
  • Adamantia Rachovitsa & Marlies Hesselman, Introduction
  • Daniëlla Dam de Jong, ‘A Rough Trade’? Towards A More Sustainable Minerals Supply Chain
  • Laure-Elise Mayard, Can A Transnational Law Approach Offer A Better Understanding of International Law’s Contribution to Sustainable Hydropower Projects? A Test Case from the Mekong River Basin
  • Stellina Jolly & Abhishek Trivedi, Implementing the SDG-13 Through the Adoption of Hybrid Law: Addressing Climate-induced Displacement
  • Cees Verburg and Jaap Waverijn, Liberalising the Global Supply Chain of Renewable Energy Technology: The Role of International Investment Law in Facilitating Flows of Foreign Direct Investment and Trade
  • Maryna Rabinovych, Where Economic Development Meets the Rule of Law? Promoting Sustainable Development Goals Through the European Neighbourhood Policy