Abbot, Carolyn, The Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act 2008 38
Bogojevic, Sanja, The EU ETS Directive Revised: Yet Another Stepping Stone 279
Bradshaw, Carrie, Trie New Directive on the Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide 196
Cadcll, Richard, Of Mussels and Marinas: The Menai Mussels 286
Clayton, Nigel, Equator Principles and Social Rights:
Incomplete Protection in a Self-Regulatory World 173
Guinchard, Emmanuel and Simonc Lamont-Black, Environmental Law, the Black Sheep in Rome ITs Drive for Legal Certainty? Article 7 of Regulation (EC) No. 864/2007 on the Law Applicable to Non-Contractual Obligations in Context 161
Hania, Patricia, review of Finding Solutions for Environmental Conflicts: Power and Negotiation 318
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Jenkins, Victoria, Local Government Reform and Sustainable Development in Wales and Ireland 21
Kennedy, Ronan, 'Substantial Interest' Requirement for Judicial Review of Planning Decisions 46
Lamont-Black, Simonc and Emmanuel Guinchard, Environmental Law, the Black Sheep in Rome ITs Drive for Legal Certainty? Article 7 of Regulation (EC) No. 864/2007 on the Law Applicable to Non-Contractual Obligations in Context 161
'New'Environmental Liabilities: Tfie Purpose and Scope of the Contaminated Land Regime and the Environmental Liability Directive 264 review of Implementing EU Pollution Control: Law and Integration by Bettina Lange 144
Approximately 40 percent of food produced in the U.S. is wasted annually. At a time when millions of Americans are food insecure and thousands of farmers struggle to stay afloat, the negative consequences of wasting food extend far beyond the environmental impacts and loss of resources that could have been otherwise allocated. There are great opportunities for food waste reduction at the federal level, but much can be done by states and localities, whose involvement in finding solutions to food waste and food...
This article contains a study of international and national measures dealing with the potential threat of pollution and the introduction of alien species that may come from the discharge of improperly treated ballast water. Ballast water management policy, law and coastal biosecurity strategies are considered. There are challenges to achieving the ideals of ballast water laws, as correctly pointed out by President Denholm of the Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO), such as the cost of achieving...
To counter nuclear and radiological terrorism and prevent the adverse economic, social and environmental consequences of such illicit acts perpetrated by non–state actors, the international community has established a comprehensive legal framework comprising soft law and legally binding instruments. This paper collates the international legal instruments relating to nuclear security and discusses the nature of the threat, and the degree of risk posed to nuclear material and nuclear facilitates by non–state...
The sovereign right of states to peaceful nuclear energy is analysed on the basis of principles of international environmental law. The exercise of this right depends on the implementation of certain obligations under international law. The notion of sovereignty as independence and superiority does not serve the challenges of peaceful nuclear energy and the modern understanding of the environment as an area of common concern. Against this background a cooperative approach is suggested in order to successfully...
The increasing demand in natural resources for various reasons has driven humanity to unsustainable consumption of natural capital. Meanwhile, the emerging concept of ‘sustainability’, which emphasises on the intersection and balance between economy, society and environment, is becoming a gospel. The Brundtland report defines sustainable development as “development, which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” (Brundtland, 1987). Hence, two...