Saturday, December 12, 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. 3, November 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Contemporary Issues in International Water Law
    • Lingjie Kong, The Dispute over the Status and Use of the Waters of the Silala case and the customary rules on the definition of international watercourse
    • Yang Liu, Beyond semantics: Overcoming the normative incoherence surrounding the protection of international watercourse ecosystems
    • Nabaat Tasnima Mahbub, The role of proportionality in the law of transboundary waters
    • Alistair Rieu‐Clarke, Can reporting enhance transboundary water cooperation? Early insights from the Water Convention and the Sustainable Development Goals reporting exercise
    • Yu Su, Evolving normativity in contemporary international water law: A communicative approach to the growing role of non‐state actors
    • Patricia Wouters & Sergei Vinogradov, Reframing the transboundary water discourse: Contextualized international law in practice
    • David J. Devlaeminck & Xisheng Huang, China and the global water conventions in light of recent developments: Time to take a second look?
    • Sergei Vinogradov & Patricia Wouters, Adaptation regulatory regimes to address climate change challenges in transboundary water basins: Can multilateral regionalism help?
    • Tianbao Qin & Jin Gu, Payments for ecosystem services in transboundary water allocation cases: An approach for China and its neighbours
    • Owen McIntyre, State responsibility in international law for transboundary water‐related harm: The emergence of a new ecosystems‐based paradigm?
    • Ana Maria Daza‐Clark, Enforcing transboundary water obligations through investment treaty arbitration: China, Laos and the Mekong River
    • Huiping Chen, The role of amicus curiae in implementing the human right to water in the context of international investment law
  • Original Articles
    • Veera Pekkarinen, Going beyond CO2: Strengthening action on global methane emissions under the UN climate regime
    • José Juste Ruiz, The process towards a Global Pact for the Environment at the United Nations: From legal ambition to political dilution
  • Case Note
    • Roberta Greco, Cordella et al v Italy and the effectiveness of human rights law remedies in cases of environmental pollution