No. 24-3, November 2015
- Book Review Essay: Law and Forests under a Carbon Shadow
- Comparative Environmental Law and Orientalism: Reading beyond the ‘Text’ of Traditional Knowledge Protection
- Expropriation Clauses and Environmental Regulation: Diffusion of Law in the Era of Investment Treaties
- From Domestic to Global? Recent Trends in Environmental Liability from a Multi‐level and Comparative Law Perspective
- Global Environmental Law and Comparative Legal Methods
- Governing Europe's Marine Environment: Europeanization of Regional Seas or Regionalization of EU Policies?, edited by Michael Gilek and Kristine Kern, published by Ashgate, 2015, 290 pp., £65.00, hardback.
- In the Public Interest? A Comparative Analysis of Norway and EU GMO Regulations
- Standing Up for British Lungs: Effective Judicial Enforcement in Environmental Law – R (on the application of ClientEarth) v. Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
- The Comparative Law of Climate Change: A Research Agenda
- The Guarani Aquifer Agreement and Transboundary Aquifer Law in the SADC: Comparing Apples and Oranges?
- The Need for an Interdisciplinary Approach to Norm Diffusion: The Case of Fair and Equitable Benefit‐sharing
- Traditional Local Communities: What Lessons Can Be Learnt at the International Level from the Experiences of Brazil and Scotland?