Sunday, April 18, 2021

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

The latest issue of the Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law (Vol. 30, no. 1, April 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Rakhyun E. Kim & Louis J. Kotzé, Planetary boundaries at the intersection of Earth system law, science and governance: A state‐of‐the‐art review
  • Patrick Toussaint, Loss and damage and climate litigation: The case for greater interlinkage
  • Delphine Misonne, The emergence of a right to clean air: Transforming European Union law through litigation and citizen science
  • Carlos Soria‐Rodríguez, The international regulation for the protection of the environment in the development of marine renewable energy in the EU
  • Xiaoou Zheng, Empowering indigenous peoples and local communities: A human rights‐based appraisal of the compliance mechanism of the Nagoya Protocol
  • Werner Scholtz, ‘Ethical and humane use’, intrinsic value and the Convention on Biological Diversity: Towards the reconfiguration of sustainable development and use
  • Ming Du, Clearing the fog: Forest Stewardship Council labelling and the World Trade Organization
  • Katharine Heyl, Tobias Döring, Beatrice Garske, Jessica Stubenrauch, & Felix Ekardt, The Common Agricultural Policy beyond 2020: A critical review in light of global environmental goals
  • Meelan Thondoo & Joyeeta Gupta, Health impact assessment legislation in developing countries: A path to sustainable development?
  • Surasak Boonrueang & Colin Reid, Conservation agreements and environmental governance: The role of nongovernmental actors
  • Sandya Nishanthi Gunasekara & Md Saiful Karim, The role of ASEAN and its members in promoting the norm of responsible governance of marine biodiversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction
  • Orla Kelleher, A critical appraisal of Friends of the Irish Environment v Government of Ireland