ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITY - LAW, POLICY AND PRACTICE
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Mass environmental harm - massive challenges and novel potential solutions
University College Dublin
The Paris Agreement Implementation Blueprint - Part II: Legal avenues to Blueprint implementation
The Global Commons Institute
University of the South Pacific
ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITY: LAW, POLICY AND PRACTICE is a peer-reviewed journal and is international in outlook, reflecting the transnational impact of environmental issues. The journal focuses on developments in environmental law and policy which are of significance nationally and globally for lawyers - in house and practising - academics, policymakers and administrators, researchers, developers, and individuals and businesses in the industry.
The journal looks at the civil liabilities, criminal responsibilities and issues of allocation of liability arising from environmental issues of increasing world concern such as:
- Air and water pollution
- Contaminated land
- Cross border pollution
- Greenhouse gas emissions
- Climate change
- Renewable energy
- Sustainable development
- Waste management
- Natural resource management and damage
In Environmental Liability Articles analyse governmental responsibilities, economic instruments, eco-taxes and subsidies, trade agreements, and international treaties and the progress of legislation and regulations as they are developed and implemented.
Case commentaries offer a selection of the latest and most influential environmental cases to come before the courts globally, and contributed by leading experts and practitioners.
The Current Survey has information from correspondents around the world on national developments in law and policy and their financial, legal and political implications.
Coverage in Environmental Liability includes reports from: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Italy, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Romania, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, the United States and more.
Environmental Liability also provides regular analysis and round-up of legislation and enforcement actions from the European Union.
Readership: lawyers and legal practitioners around the world, in-house lawyers in the business and industrial sectors, insurance, planning and corporate law advisers, libraries, government agencies, NGOs and environmental bodies, academic lawyers and researchers.
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Professor H Bocken, Professor Birgitte Egelund Olsen, Professor Peter Wetterstein, Claus Peter Martens, Professor Owen McIntyre, Massimiliano Montini, Giovanni Landi, Trevor Daya-Winterbottom, Dr Jerzy Jendroska, Magdalena Bar, Agustin Garcia Ureta, Dr Martin Hedemann-Robinson, Karen Price, Federico Ruanova, Professor Marjan Peeters, Professor Zada Lipman, Alexander Paterson, Danian Zhang, Professor Alexios Antypas, Christina Dadomo, Professor Alastair R Lucas, Professor Monica Hinteregger,