No. 22-3, November 2013
- A Tale of Two CITES: Divergent Perspectives upon the Effectiveness of the Wildlife Trade Convention
- Beam It Down, Scotty: The Regulatory Framework for Space‐Based Solar Power
- CITES at Forty: Never Too Late to Make Lifestyle Changes
- CITES at Its Best: CoP16 as a ‘Watershed Moment’ for the World's Wildlife
- Climate Change, Forced Displacement and International Law, by Jane McAdam, published by Oxford University Press, 2012, 344pp., £74.00, hardback.
- Costa Rica and Nicaragua before the International Court of Justice: Trying to Work Out the Complicated Relationship between Law and the Environment
- Enforcing CITES: The Rise and Fall of Trade Sanctions
- Environmental Provisions in American and EU Free Trade Agreements: A Preliminary Comparison and Research Agenda
- Inter‐Treaty Cooperation, Biodiversity Conservation and the Trade in Endangered Species
- Raising Local Community Voices: CITES, Livelihoods and Sustainable Use
- Regulatory Tools for the Management of Fish and Timber Species through CITES
- The Aarhus Convention at Ten: Interactions and Tensions between Conventional International Law and EU Environmental Law, edited by Marc Pallemaerts , published by Europa Law, 2011, 440pp., £68.00, paperback.
- The Evolving Role of CITES in Regulating the International Timber Trade
- The Role and Relevance of Private Actors in EU Biofuel Governance
- Uncertainty and Markets for Endangered Species under CITES