No. 28-1, April 2019
- A Global Pact for the Environment: Conceptual foundations
- Climate Change Impacts on Ocean and Coastal Law: U.S. and International Perspectives edited by Randall S. Abate Published by Oxford University Press, 2015, 699 pp., £115.00, hardback.
- Environmental assessments in the context of climate change: The role of the UN Economic Commission for Europe
- How a ‘Global Pact for the Environment’ could add value to international environmental law
- Issue Information
- Probing the hidden depths of climate law: Analysing national climate change legislation
- Ship‐Breaking in Developing Countries: A Requiem for Environmental Justice from the Perspective of Bangladesh by Md Saiful Karim Published by Routledge, 2018, 150 pp., £115, hardback.
- The emergence of the ‘planetary boundaries’ concept in international environmental law: A proposal for a framework convention
- The Global Pact for the Environment: At the crossroads of human rights and the environment
- The shifting role of cities in the global climate change regime: From Paris to Pittsburgh and back?
- The State of the Netherlands v Urgenda Foundation: The Hague Court of Appeal upholds judgment requiring the Netherlands to further reduce its greenhouse gas emissions
- The UNGA Resolution on a ‘Global Pact for the Environment’: A chance to put the horse before the cart
- ‘Towards a Global Pact for the Environment’: International environmental law's factual, technical and (unmentionable) normative gaps