No. 25-3, November 2016
- Border Fences and their Impacts on Large Carnivores, Large Herbivores and Biodiversity: An International Wildlife Law Perspective
- Climate Change, Capitalism, and Corporations: Processes of Creative Self‐Destruction, by Christopher Wright and Daniel Nyberg, published by Cambridge University Press, 2015, 243 pp., £21.99, paperback.
- International Environmental Law and the Global South, edited by Shawkat Alam, Sumudu Atapattu, Carmen G. Gonzalez and Jona Razzaque, published by Cambridge University Press, 2015, 631 pp., £99.99, hardback.
- Issue Information
- Managing Chemicals under REACH ‘Hybridity’: Progress and Problems in the Implementation Process
- Promoting Consistency in the Deep Seabed: Addressing Regulatory Dimensions in Designing the International Seabed Authority's Exploitation Code
- Regulating Planned Obsolescence: A Review of Legal Approaches to Increase Product Durability and Reparability in Europe
- Regulation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from International Shipping and Jurisdiction of States
- Securing Crop Genetic Diversity: Reconciling EU Seed Legislation and Biodiversity Treaties
- The Emerging Age of Ecological Restoration Law
- Trade in the Service of Sustainable Development: Linking Trade to Labour Rights and Environmental Standards, by Olivier De Schutter, published by Hart, 2015, 224 pp., £45.00, hardback.
- Vulnerability and Response to the Risk of International Shipping: The Case of the Salish Sea