No. 27-3, November 2018
- Advancing the international regulation of plastic pollution beyond the United Nations Environment Assembly resolution on marine litter and microplastics
- An EU ban on microplastics in cosmetic products and the right to regulate
- An ‘Islands’ COP’? Loss and damage at COP23
- Constitutional international environmental law for the Anthropocene?
- Exploring the legal status and key features of ecosystem‐based fisheries management in international fisheries law
- Hitmen For Hire: Exposing South Africa's Underworld by Mark Shaw Published by Jonathan Ball, 2017, 296 pp., £17.00, paperback.
- Implementation of the polluter pays principle in China
- Issue Information
- Law and Practice on Public Participation in Environmental Matters: The Nigerian Example in Transnational Comparative Perspective by Uzuazo Etemire Published by Routledge, 2016, 244 pp., £29.59, paperback.
- Marine plastics: Fragmentation, effectiveness and legitimacy in international lawmaking
- Preliminary ruling on the compatibility of taxation of superstores with the right to freedom of establishment and State aid law: Case C‐233/16, ANGED
- REACH in a circular economy: The obstacles for plastics recyclers and regulators
- Towards an improved international framework to govern the life cycle of plastics
- Trends in Climate Change Legislation edited by Alina Averchenkova Sam Fankhauser and Michal Nachmany Published by Edward Elgar, 2017, 232 pp., £85.00, hardback.
- Troubled waters – Where is the bridge? Confronting marine plastic pollution from international watercourses
- Wolves not welcome? Zoning for large carnivore conservation and management under the Bern Convention and EU Habitats Directive