Nbr. 22-2, July 2013
- Access to Information as Ruled by the Indian Environmental Tribunal: Save Mon Region Federation v. Union of India
- International Organizations and Nanotechnologies: The Challenge of Coordination
- Regulating in Thin Air: Nanotechnology Regulation in the European Union
- Sustainable Development. Evaluation and Policy‐making: Theory, Practise and Quality Assurance, edited by Anneke von Raggamby and Frieder Rubik , published by Edward Elgar, 2012, xxii + 313 pp., £85.00, hardback.
- The Case for Regulating Nanotechnologies: International, European and National Perspectives
- The Current International Legal Setting for the Protection of the Outer Space Environment: The Precautionary Principle Avant La Lettre
- The External Environmental Policy of the European Union: EU and International Law Perspectives, edited by Elisa Morgera , published by Cambridge University Press, 2012, 417pp., £75.00, hardback.
- The Human Right to Water: Significance, Legal Status and Implications for Water Allocation, by Inga T. Winkler, published by Hart Publishing, 2012, 340 pp., £52, hardback.
- The Law of the European Union on Nanotechnologies: Comments on a Paradox
- The Regulatory Framework for Nanomaterials at a Global Level: SAICM and WTO Insights
- The Right of Nonuse, by Jan G. Laitos, published by Oxford University Press, 2012, 241pp., £45.00, hardback.
- The WTO Dispute Settlement System: Challenges of the Environment, Legitimacy and Fragmentation, by Kati Kulovesi, published by Kluwer Law International, 2011, 295pp., US$176.00, hardback.