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Volume 25:
Top ISSUE 5

ARTICLES

The role of the precautionary principal in the Reformed Common Fisheries Policy
ARIAN KEOGAN-NOOSHABADI University of Aberdeen
(2013) 25 ELM 5 163

Conserving the built heritage: economic efficiency and inter-generational equity
JOHN CORKINDALE School of Surveying and Planning, Kingston University
(2013) 25 ELM 5

CASE COMMENTARY

The Supreme Court on 'prohibitively expensive costs: Aarhus again
R (Edwards & Pallikaropoulos) et al (No 2)
Supreme Court [2013] UKSC 78, 11 December 2013
DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row
(2013) 25 ELM 5

CASE LAW

EU law - Commission v UK - Access to justice
Conservation - R(oao Champion) v North Norfolk DC and Others - planning and sensitive areas
Sentencing - R v Sellafield Ltd, R v Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd - fines for environmental and health and safety offences
Waste - Walker and Son (Hauliers) Ltd v EA - 'knowingly permitting' and the EPRs
JASON LOWTHER University of Plymouth
(2013) 25 ELM 5

ISSUE 4

Editorial
The IPCC Fifth Assessment Report - review and comment
DUNCAN FRENCH Head of Law School, Lincoln University
BEN PONTIN Bristol Law School
(2013) 25 ELM 4 115

ARTICLES

Oil, water and law don't mix: environmental liability for offshore oil and gas operations in the UK (Part 2):
Regulatory law, the Environmental Liability Directive and OPOL (Part 2)
GREG GORDON Senior Lecturer in Law, co-director, Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law
(2013) 25 ELM 4 121

Up Frenchman's creek: A case study on managing commercial fishing in an English Special Area of Conservation and its implications
JEAN-LUC SOLANDT Senior Biodiversity Officer, Marine Conservation Society
THOMAS APPLEBY Senior Lecturer in Law, University of the West of England
MILES HOSKIN Director, Coastal and Marine Environment Research
(2013) 25 ELM 4 133

CASE COMMENTARY

Fishing quota: a very large squatting claim?
UK Association of Fish Producer Organisations v SS EFRA
THOMAS APPLEBY Senior Lecturer in Law, University of West of England, Bristol
DR MARGHERITA PIERACCINI Kecturer, University of Bristol Law School

ISSUE 2-3

UNITED KINGDOM ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ASSOCIATION special issue

UKELA 25th Anniversary Conference 2013 - collected presentations

The next 25 Years: The future for environmental law

Foreword
MARK BRUMWELL Chair, UKELA, Partner Duncas & Wilson LLP
(2013) 25 ELM 2-3 39

Address to the 25th Anniversary Conference
LORD REES Astronomer Royal
(2013) 25 ELM 2-3 44

ARTICLES

EU environmental law and policy over the last 25 years - good or bad for the UK?
PROFESSOR LUDWIG KRAMER Director of ClientEaarth's EU Aarhus Centre
(2013) 25 ELM 2-3 48

The Aarhus convention, access to justice and compliance by the UK
PROFESSOR JONAS EBBESSON Chair, Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee
(2013) 25 ELM 2-3 56

The role of the EU in influencing UK environmental law
SIBYLLE GROHS Enforcement, Cohesion Policy and European Semester Unit: Cluster 3, DG Environment, European Commission
(2013) 25 ELM 2-3 61

Key issues and what the future holds for environmental law in the US
JEFFREY B GRACER Principal, Sive, Paget & Reisel, New York
(2013) 25 ELM 2-3 66

Panel discussion: UK environmental law: a view from commercial practice
MATTHEW TOWNSEND, DOUG BRYDEN, GEROGIE MESSENT, ANDREW BRYCE, Chair STEPHEN TROMANS QC
(2013) 25 ELM 2-3 70

Hot cases: an update on key cases in environmental law practice
DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row Chambers
(2013) 25 ELM 2-3 76

Working party presentations

Presentations by:
YUHONG ZHAO, COLIN T REID, WALTERS NSOH, FRANCEES ALDSON, DR HAYDN DAVIES, KENNETH ROSS, PROFESSOR BOB LEE, JUSTINE THORNTON
(2013) 25 ELM 2-3 88-110

ISSUE 1

ARTICLES

Oil, water and law don't mix: environmental liability for offshore oil and gas operations in the UK
Part 1: Liability in the law of tort/delict and under the petroleum licence
GREG GORDON Senior Lecturer in Law, Co-Director, Aberdeen University Centre
(2013) 25 ELM 1 3

Privatisation of biodiversity: who can sell ecosystem services?
DR WALTERS NOSH School of Law, University of Dundee
PROFESSOR COLIN T REID School of Law, University of Dundee
(2013) 25 ELM 1 3

CASE LAW

Supreme Court refers air pollution case to the EU Court
R (ClientEarth) v Secretary of State for Environment, Food &  Rural Affairs  
[2013] UKSC 25, Supreme Court, 1 May 2013
Comity of nations? US ban on US airlines complying with EU emissions law
DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row, London

Volume 24:
Top

ISSUE 6

ARTICLES

Property: an instrumental institution for environmental governance
D E FISHER Professor of Law, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
(2012) 24 ELM 6 263

Fiddling as the world floods and burns: how climate change urgently requires a paradigm shift in the permitting of renewable energy projects
JEFFREY THALER Visiting Professor of Energy Policy, Law and Ethics, University of Maine School of Law and School of Economics
(2012) 24 ELM 6 277

Setting standards for sustainable business
COLLEEN THERON, SEAN MACKENZIE CLT Envirolaw
(2012) 24 ELM 6 304

CASE LAW

Court of Appeal downplays Aarhus
Evans, R (ota Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government)

High Speed rail link (HS2) challenges fail, except 'unlawful' consultation on compensation
R (ota Buckingham County Council and others) v Secretary of State for Transport (HS2)
One Crown Office Row, London
(2012) 24 ELM 6 310

ISSUE 5

ARTICLES

Better EU regulation for a greener environment and sustainable economic activity in Europe
KARL FALKENBERG Director General of DG Environment at the European Commission, Brussels
(2012) 24 ELM 5

Bans or benefits? New York?s fractious debate over hydraulic fracking
KEITH S. PORTER Adj. Professor of Law, Myron Taylor Hall, Cornell University, Ithica NY
(2012) 24 ELM 5

Between a rock and a hard place: climate impacts, geoengineering and the precautionary principle
PATRICK TOUSSAINT Vienna University of Technology
(2012) 24 ELM 5

Developments in environmental reporting and the rise of environmental and social governance
Why should law and business consider these issues?
COLLEEN THERON Director, CLT Envirolaw
(2012) 24 ELM 5

CASE LAW

The polluted air that we breathe: Supreme Court to hear case

Comity of nations? US ban on US airlines complying with EU emissions law
DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row, London
(2012) 24 ELM 5

ISSUE 4

SPECIAL ISSUE

UNITED KINGDOM ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ASSOCIATION (UKELA) CONFERENCE PAPERS 2012

"Planning for the Energy Challenge" Solent University, Southampton 6--8 July 2012

ARTICLES

Planning for the energy challenge
ANDREW LEE Director of Strategy, South Downs National Park Authority
(2012) 24 ELM 4 153

The emerging National Planning Policy Framework
NEIL SINDEN Director of Policy, Campaign to Protect Rural England
(2012) 24 ELM 4 158

Major infrastructure projects: where are we now?
DAVID ELVIN QC Landmark Chambers, London
(2012) 24 ELM 4 163

Centralism v localism - a look at Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects and local development
RICHARD FORD Partner, Head of Planning and Environment, Pinsent Masons LLP
(2012) 24 ELM 4 172

The energy mix, carbon pricing and border carbon adjustments
DR CAMERON HEPBURN Senior Research Fellow,Grantham Research Institute, London School of Economics
(2012) 24 ELM 4 177

Obstacles to renewables
MARCUS TRINICK QC Partner, Eversheds LLP
(2012) 24 ELM 4 186

How green is the UK's energy future?
SIMON ROBERTS OBE Chief Executive, Centre for Sustainable Energy
(2012) 24 ELM 4 190

From the mountains to the sea: perspectives on renewable energy
TREVOR DAYA-WINTERBOTTOM Associate Dean Research, Faculty of Law, University of Waikato, New Zealand
(2012) 24 ELM 4 192

Environmental law updates -- The year's hottest cases reviewed

Part 1 Human rights, habitats, economy v environment
GORDON NARDELL QC 39 Essex Street Chambers, London
(2012) 24 ELM 4 199

Part 2 Environmental assessment, nuisance
ROBERT McCRACKEN QC FrancisTaylor Building,Temple, London; Fellow of the Centre of European Law at King's College, London

(2012) 24 ELM 4 205
Part 3 Environmental crime, treatment of expert evidence, public participation, environmental information
THEA OSMUND-SMITH No 5 Chambers, Birmingham
(2012) 24 ELM 4 209

ISSUE 3

ARTICLES

Determining whether a proposed new development is likely to be 'sustainable': some problems of the historic built environment
JOHN CORKINDALE Senior Lecturer in Economics, School of Surveying and Planning, Kingston University
KALTRINA THACI Cultural Heritage without Borders, Prishtina, Kosovo
(2012) 24 ELM 3 103

Accessing information under Australian freedom of information legislation: a case study involving climate change
DR JOHN ABBOT Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Plant and Water Science, Central Queensland University
DR JENNIFER MAROHASY Biologist, Noosa, Queensland
(2012) 24 ELM 3 114

(Not just) another new energy bill ... review of the draft energy bill 2012 and the Energy and Climate Change Committee's pre-legislative scrutiny
FELICITY JACKSON Invensys UK
(2012) 24 ELM 3 119

Legal analysis of the inclusion of civil aviation in the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS)
VERKI MICHAEL TUNTENG (ED) et alThe Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL)
(2012) 24 ELM 3 129

CASE LAW

Disclosure of waste company's financial information: review of recent decision of the Tribunal (Information Rights ) in Jones v Information Commissioner (1) Environment Agency (2) SI Green (UK) Ltd (3)
EA/2011/0156 First Tier Tribunal (Information Rights)(27 April 2012)
SUSAN WOLF, HELEN MORRIS Northumbria Law School, Northumbria University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
(2012) 24 ELM 3 134

Strategic Issues - England and Wales

Aarhus and third party rights
DAVID HART One Crown Office Row, London

UK Current Survey

SHERRYLL L'OKEN, LINDA FLETCHER Pinsent Masons LLP London

ISSUE 2

ARTICLES

Not so smart? Valuing sources of environmental information
PROFESSOR ROBERT LEE Director, Environmental Regulation and Information Centre (ERIC);Cardiff University
(2012) 24 ELM 2 55

A critical evaluation of the Common Fisheries Policy and reform proposals
To what extent does the system of total allowable catches fail to meet the Lisbon goal of working towards sustainable development?
CLARE DADGE University of West of England, Bristol
(2012) 24 ELM 2 60

CASE LAW

Recent nuisance case law: Barr v Biffa considered
JOHN JOLLIFFE One Crown Office Row, London
(2012) 24 ELM 2 75

Is climate change a human rights issue?
DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row, London
(2012) 24 ELM 2 76

Human rights-based climate change litigation -- a radical solution?
NICOLA PEART College of Law
(2012) 24 ELM 2 77

EU Strategic Issues

Strategic Issues - Scotland

Industry Soundings

Book Reviews

ISSUE 1

ARTICLES

The wrong rules for the right energy: the WTO SCM Agreement and subsidies for renewable energy
DANIEL PEAT Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg
(2012) 24 ELM 1 3

Are green and growth compatible?
RT HON LORD SMITH OF FINSBURY PC Chairman, Environment Agency
(2012) 24 ELM 1 11

Shareholder return -- a 'Nuremberg' defence?? Ecocide and restorative justice
LIZ RIVERS Solicitor, Mediator
(2012) 24 ELM 1 17

Corporate criminal intention in the enforcement of environmental law
PETER BLAIR QC Guildhall Chambers, Bristol
MATTHEW GERMAIN Osborne Clarke Solicitors, Bristol
(2012) 24 ELM 1 20

CASE LAW

DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row, London

Wind and peat: another step along the reasons trail
Welsh Ministers and Another v RWE Npower Renewables Ltd
Offshore wind farmer wrong-footed by the planning inspector
Dudgeon Offshore Wind v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government et al
Anemometers and wind farms once more: Planning Inspectorate now wins the day
DCLG v Information Commissioner and WR
(2012) 24 ELM 1 25

EU Strategic Issues

Strategic Issues - Scotland

Industry Soundings

Book Reviews

Volume 23:
Top

ISSUE 6

ARTICLES

Meeting the UK's carbon budgets -- progress and challenges
DAVID KENNEDY Chief Executive of the Committee on Climate Change
(2011) 23 ELM 6 344

Wild Law: why rights -- and could we do without them?
PROFESSOR TED BENTON Department of Sociology, University of Essex
(2011) 23 ELM 6 327

Commercial statutory nuisances and loss of control by local authorities
JOHN POINTING Barrister, Legal Partner Statutory Nuisance Solutions and Kingston University
(2011) 23 ELM 6 333

COP 17: cop out or not? Durban Climate Change Conference 28 November--9 December 20111
MATT TOWNSEND, RICHARD TREDGETT Allen & Overy
(2011) 23 ELM 6 342

CASE LAW

DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row, London
(2011) 23 ELM 6 336

Does a risk of an explosion engage Article 8 HRA?
Hardy & Maile v United Kingdom

UK's EU failure on air pollution: who enforces?
R (ClientEarth) v Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Uninterrupted Morris dancing rights beaten by an A1P1 claim?
Leeds Group v Leeds City Council et al

Aarhus and environmental judicial review: cracking legal costs per Jackson LJ

UK Strategic Issues

The Waste Regulations 2011 and the revised waste directive: key implications and challenges
CAIN ORMONDROYD Francis Taylor Building, London
(2011) 23 ELM 6 363

ISSUE 5

EDITORIAL

Legal aspects of the green economy
PROFESSOR DUNCAN FRENCH University of Sheffield
(2011) 23 ELM 5 275

ARTICLES

STOP PRESS

Durban: climate change - results and implications
PAUL SHERIDAN CMS Cameron McKenna
(2011) 23 ELM 5 277

Cooperation and public goods: an evolutionary perspective on environmental law
ROSALIND ENGLISH Academic Consultant, One Crown Office Row
(2011) 23 ELM 5 278

EU law and sustainability in focus: will the Lisbon Treaty lead to 'the sustainable development of Europe'?
FRANCES ALDSON School of Oriental and African Studies, London
(2011) 23 ELM 5 284

Prohibited by Parliament but considered in court: pursuing an action in nuisance under the Planning Act 2008
FRANCIS MOOR School of the Built Environment, University of Salford
(2011) 23 ELM 5 300

CASE LAW

DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row, London

Climate change science in the dock -- US style: a commentary on some US decisions including Coalition for Responsible Regulation v. EPA
(2011) 23 ELM 5 309

Insurers-- human right not to pay for asbestos in employees' lungs?
AXA General Insurance Ltd & Ors v Lord Advocate & Ors (Scotland)
(2011) 23 ELM 5 311

Enemy of the people - what price water information?
Smartsource v Information Commissioner + 19 other parties
(2011) 23 ELM 5 313

Prince Charles, oysters and environmental information
Bruton v IC and The Duchy of Cornwall & The Attorney General to HRH the Prince of Wales
(2011) 23 ELM 5 314

ISSUE 4

UKELA special issue - 2011 conference papers

ARTICLES

Sustainability in an age of austerity
TIM O'RIORDAN Emeritus Professor of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia
(2011) 23 ELM 4 160

Regulation and localism
ROBERT LEE Cardiff University
(2011) 23 ELM 4 166

Aarhus access to justice and civil sanctions update
JAMES MAURICI Landmark Chambers, London
(2011) 23 ELM 4 170

UKELA's Aim 5 project - the state of UK environmental legislation in 2011: is there a case for reform?
ELOISE SCOTFORD King's college London
(2011) 23 ELM 4 199

The Green Investment Bank, carbon targets and the way they regulate in the 21st century
ED MATTHEW Director, Transform UK
(2011) 23 ELM 4 202

How global trends will force governments to change the way they operate in the 21st century
TERRY A'HEARN WSP Environment & Energy
(2011) 23 ELM 4 204

Biodiversity and climate change: some emerging legal issues
KATE COOK Matrix Chambers, London
(2011) 23 ELM 4 208

New Zealand's Environment Court: evolving practice
TREVOR DAYA-WINTERBOTTOM Centre for Environmental Resources and Energy Law, Faculty of Law, University of Waikato, New Zealand
(2011) 23 ELM 4 217

Part 1 - Climate change and access to justice
STEPHEN HOCKMAN QC 6 Pump Court, London
(2011) 23 ELM 4 225

Part 2 - Nature conservation, village greens and contaminated land
GARRETT BYRNE 4-5 Gray's Inn Square, London
(2011) 23 ELM 4 241

Part 3 - Recent developments in planning case law
JOHN PUGH-SMITH 39 Essex Street Chambers, London
(2011) 23 ELM 4 249

Part 4 - Nuisance and environmental regulation
NED WESTAWAY Francis Taylor Building, London
(2011) 23 ELM 4 266

ISSUE 3

EDITORIAL

US Supreme Court hands down judgment in climate change litigation
BEN PONTIN (2011) 23 ELM 3 111-112

ARTICLES

Does it make sense for the law to confer rights on the environment?
BEN DAVIES University of West of England
(2011) 23 ELM 3 122-127

Tackling environmental crime in the European Union: the case of the missing victim?
PAUL JAMES CARDWELL Senior Lecturer, Deputy Director, Sheffield Centre for International and European Law, School of Law, University of Sheffield
PROFESSOR DUNCAN FRENCH Director, Sheffield Centre for International and European Law, School of Law, University of Sheffield
MATTHEW HALL School of Law, University of Sheffield
(2011) 23 ELM 3 113-121

CASE COMMENTARIES

Thomas v Bridgend County Borough Council
[2011] EWCA Civ 862, Court of Appeal
G M Freeze v Defra, Bablok v Freistaat Bayer, Stichting Natuur en Milieu, Office of Communications v Information Commissioner
Case no EA/2010/0112; Information Commissioner's Office Ref FER0282488
CJEU C?71/10 March 2011
RWE Npower Renewables Ltd v The Welsh Ministers and City & County of Swansea
2011] EWHC 1778 (Admin)
R(U & Partners (East Anglia) Ltd, R (on the application of) v The Broads Authority
[2011] EWHC 1824 (Admin)
DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row
(2011) 23 ELM 3 128-135

ISSUE 2

ARTICLES

Enhancing the protection of animals used for scientific purposes
JOANNE SELLICK University of Plymouth
(2011) 23 ELM 2 75

The Localism Bill in England: planning for or against sustainable development?
FRANCES ALDSON College of Law, London
(2011) 23 ELM 2 70

Resolving environmental disputes and providing remedies for environmental damage: the use of environmental valuation research in court proceedings in England and Wales
JOHN CORKINDALE Environment Agency, School of Surveying and Planning, Kingston University
(2011) 23 ELM 2 63

REVIEW

Receding maritime zones, uninhabitable states and climate exiles: how international law must adapt to climate change
DAVID WEI FIELD
(2011) 23 ELM 2 83

CASE LAW

Precautionary ban on the plant protection product fenarimol
Gowan Comercio Internacional e Serviços Lda v Ministero della Salute
Case C 77/09 22 December 2010
ELEN STOKES Lecturer, Cardiff Law School
(2011) 23 ELM 2 88

ISSUE 1

ARTICLES

Floods, habitats and people: wild law in action?
DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row, London
(2010) 23 ELM 1 3

Reassessing environmental impact assessment: a role for wild law?
OLIVIA HAMLYN Trainee Solicitor, Clifford Chance
(2011) 23 ELM 1 7

Intergenerational equity: implementing the principle in mainstream decision-making
KIRSTY SCHNEEBERGER MBE Director, Think2050, Coordinator, DECC Youth Advisory Panel 2010
(2011) 23 ELM 1 20

Climate change: quo vadis et quis custodiet?
DR MAYER HILLMAN Senior Fellow Emeritus, Policy Studies Institute
(2011) 23 ELM 1 30

A world view for wild law
COLIN TUDGE Campaign for Real Farming
(2011) 23 ELM 1 35

CASE COMMENTARY

Access to information - greenhouse gas emission allowances not environmental information
Ville de Lyon v Caisse des dépôts et consignations (CDC)
Case C-524/09 22 December 2010
ELEN STOKES Lecturer, Cardiff Law School
(2011) 23 ELM 1 40

Volume 22:
Top

ISSUE 6

EDITORIAL

Cancun and the new voluntarism in international climate change law and policy
(2010) 22 ELM 6 279

ARTICLES

The influence of European Union law on access to justice in environmental cases
THE RT HON SIR KONRAD SCHIEMANN Judge, Court of Justice of the European Union
(2010) 22 ELM 6 281

Technology transfer provisions in Multilateral Environmental Agreements: a commercial perspective
KAREN SULLIVAN Spectrum Intellectual Property Solutions Ltd
(2010) 22 ELM 6 288

CASE COMMENTARY

Irish waste law interacts with EU Competition Law: the decision in Panda v DCC
Nurendale Ltd t/a Panda Waste Services v Dublin City Council & Others
Greenstar Ltd v Dublin City Council & Others

ALISON FANAGAN Head of Planning & Environment, A & L Goodbody
(2010) 22 ELM 6 303

CASE LAW

EC Law

Afton Chemical Ltd v Secretary of State for Transport - EU legislature and complex technologies
Raffinerie Mediterranée (ERG) SpA, Polimeri Europa SpA and Syndial SpA v Ministero dello Sviluppo economico and Others - The ECJ rules on the ELD and polluter pays principle
ELEN STOKES Cardiff Law School
(2010) 22 ELM 6 311

ISSUE 5

UNITED KINGDOM ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ASSOCIATION (UKELA) CONFERENCE PAPERS 2010
University of Exeter, 25-27 June 2010
Climate Change and the Changing Face of Regulation

ARTICLES

Infrastructure planning - the experience so far
ROBERT UPTON Deputy Chair, Infrastructure Planning Commission
(2010) 22 ELM 5 208

After Copenhagen - climate change litigation
KATE HARRISON Harrison Grant, London
(2010) 22 ELM 5 213

The story of renewables
SARAH HOLMES Bond Pearce LLP, Plymouth

The Environment Agency and civil sanctions: steps towards implementation
ANNE BROSNAN Head of Serious Casework, Environment Agency
(2010) 22 ELM 5 228

Habitats, birds renewables and tidal power - energy versus species
LYNDA M WARREN Department of Law and Criminology, Aberystwith University
(2010) 22 ELM 5 232

Environmental law updates

The year's hottest cases reviewed
Part 1 - EIA and climate change
NATHALIE LIEVEN QC Landmark Chambers, London
(2010) 22 ELM 5 239

Part 2 - Planning cases
MARTIN EDWARDS 39 Essex Street Chambers, London
(2010) 22 ELM 5 257

Part 3 - Access to justice and costs, nature conservation, nuisance, waste
ANGUS McCULLOUGH One Crown Office Row, London
(2010) 22 ELM 5 260

ISSUE 4

ARTICLES

Water and international law: science and evidence in international litigation
PHILIPPE SANDS QC
Professor of Law, University College London; Barrister, Matrix Chambers
(2010) 22 ELM 4 151

The Clean Development Mechanism - a critique of its environmental integrity
JOELLE DE SEPIBUS Senior Research Fellow WTI, Professor for climate change law, College of Bruges and the University of Bern
(2010) 22 ELM 4 162

Accessing environmental information relating to climate change: the case of Irish oaks tree rings
DR JOHN ABBOT,DR JENNIFER MAROHASY Centre for Plant and Water Science, Central Queensland University
(2010) 22 ELM 4 172

Why access to environmental justice remains uncertain Costs issues and the possible end of the requirement for promptness in environmental judicial review
WILLIAM UPTON, JAMES NEILL Barristers, 6 Pump Court, London
(2010) 22 ELM 4 182

ISSUE 3

EDITORIAL

The Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution (1970-2010)
(2010) 22 ELM 3 103

ARTICLES

The Australian response to climate change: business as usual or legal innovation?
DR NICOLA DURRANT Queensland University of Technology
(2010) 22 ELM 3 105

The ATA case against the EU ETS
JOHN BALFOUR, MARK BISSET AND GEORGINA CROWHURST Clyde & Co LLP London
(2010) 22 ELM 3 115

CASE COMMENTARY

Plan for the worst: the meaning of plan or project under the Habitats Directive
Boggis v Natural England
[2009] EWCA 1061, [2009] WLR (D) 304
Akester & Melanaphy v Defra and Wightlink Limited and Others
[2010] EWHC 232 (Admin)
JAMES NEILL Barrister, 6 Pump Court, London
(2010) 22 ELM 3 119

ISSUE 2

EDITORIAL

American nuisance law and greenhouse gases

(2010) 22 ELM 2 55

ARTICLES

Financial and corporate disclosure of climate change risk ? its role and recent developments
CONOR LINEHAN Partner, William Fry Solicitors, Dublin
(2010) 22 ELM 2 57

CASE COMMENTARY

The Corby Group litigation
The claimants appearing on the Register of the Corby Group Litigation v Corby District Council
[2009] EWHC 1944 (TCC) STEPHEN SHERGOLD, ELEANOR REEVES Denton Wilde Sapte
(2010) 22 ELM 2 72

CASE LAW

EC Law
Strategic Environmental Assessment ? Terre Wallonne ASBL and Inter-Environnement Wallonie ASBL v Région Wallonnie
Precautionary principle ? chemical additives ? Afton Chemical Limited v Secretary of State for Transport

Waste

Criminal proceedings, meaning of waste ? R v W, C and C
JASON LOWTHER University of Plymouth
(2010) 22 ELM 2 76

ISSUE 1

ARTICLES

The impact of sustainability and corporate social responsibility on company reporting
COLLEEN THERON CLT Envirolaw
(2010) 22 ELM 1 23

Applying property rights analysis and using market-based instruments for ecosystem conservation purposes: a case study in the Severn catchment
JOHN CORKINDALE Principal Economist, Environment Agency and Senior Lecturer in Economics, School of Surveying and Planning, Kingston University
(2010) 22 ELM 1 13

Accessing environmental information relating to climate change: a case study under UK freedom of information legislation
JOHN ABBOT Central Queensland University
JENNIFER MAROHASY Queensland
(2010) 22 ELM 1 3

CASE LAW

EC LAW
Commission v UK - combustion plants; ECJ Case C?346/08, 22 April 2010
Dimos Agiou Nikolaou Kritis v Ipourgos Agrotikis Anaptixis kai Trofimon - preliminary reference (forests and other wooded land); ECJ Case C?82/09 22 April 2010
Commission v Spain - major accidents ECJ Case C-392/08, 25 March 2010;
Commission v France - Habitats Directive ECJ Case C-241/08, 4 March 2010;
Commission v Italy - waste ECJ Case C?297/08, 4 March 2010

Climate change
R (on the application of Hillingdon LBC and others) v Secretary of State for Transport
[2010] EWHC 626, QBD, 26 March 2010

Nature conservation
R (on the application of Akester and Melanaphy) v Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs & Wightlink
[2010] EWHC 232, QBD, Owen J, 16 February 2010
JASON LOWTHER University of Plymouth
(2010) 22 ELM 1 41

Volume 21:
Top

ISSUE 6

ARTICLES

Notes and reflections on the Copenhagen Conference and the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty
MARTIN HEDEMANN-ROBINSON Senior Lecturer in European Law, University of Kent, Canterbury
(2009) 21 ELM 6 312

Personal injury in private nuisance: the historical truth about actionability of ?bodily security?
ROBERT PALMER University of West of England
(2009) 21 ELM 6 302

The Copenhagen Accord: inclusive, meaningful and an important step forward
ALEXIOS ANTYPAS Associate Professor, Central European University, Budapest, Director, Center for Environment and Security
(2009) 21 ELM 6 295

CASE COMMENTARY

EIA and polytunnels: defining semi-natural areas:
R (on the application of the Wye Valley Action Group) v Hereford Council and EC Drummond & Son
[2009] EWHC 3428, QBD, Ian Dove QC sitting as a deputy High Court Judge, 18 December 2009
JASON LOWTHER University of Plymouth
(2009) 21 ELM 6 316

CASE LAW

EC LAW
Commission v UK - waste
ECJ Case C?259/09 4 February 2010

Stadt Papenburg v Bundesrepublik Deutschland ? preliminary reference (habitats)
ECJ Case C?226/08 14 January 2010

ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION
Office of Communications v The Information Commissioner ? withholding information
[2010] UKSC 3, Hope, Saville, Mance, Collins, Lady Hale LJJ, Supreme Court, 27 January 2010

PLANNING and IPPC
Harrison v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government and Cheshire West and Chester Council
[2009] EWHC 3382, QBD, McKenna J, 16 December 2009
JASON LOWTHER University of Plymouth
(2009) 21 ELM 6 320

ISSUE 5

EDITORIAL

?Earth jurisprudence? versus ?ecological service analysis?
BEN PONTIN
(2009) 21 ELM 5 239

ARTICLES

The environment court in New Zealand: UK application?
KENNETH PALMER University of Aukland
(2009) 21 ELM 5 241

Wild Law: is Earth Jurisprudence a practical philosophy of law?
IAN MASON Director, Earth Jurisprudence Resource Centre
BEGONIA FILGUERA Director, Environmental Regulation Information Centre
(2009) 21 ELM 5 260

Impacts of invasive species on ecosystem services: the case of the signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus)
DR MARK EVERARD, JANINA GRAY, VICTORIA WILKINS-KINDEMBA , PROFESSOR IAN G COWX
(2009) 21 ELM 5 250

CASE COMMENTARY

Development, EIA and protected areas: Morge v Hampshire County Council
[2009] EWHC 2940, QBD, 17 November 2009, Bidder J
JASON LOWTHER University of Plymouth
(2009) 21 ELM 5 270

CASE LAW

EC law
Umweltanwalt von Kärnten v Kärntner Landesregierung ? preliminary reference (EIA)
Statutory nuisance
R (Ethos Recycling) v Barking & Dagenham Magistrates? Court ? summary proceedings
Waste
R (Newport CC) v Welsh Ministers ? landfill allowances (2009) 21 ELM 5 276

STRATEGIC ISSUES - ENGLAND AND WALES

The WEEE Recast - an update
HAZEL NASH
COP15 will not change climate change reporting requirements for companies
COLLEEN THERON
Wild Law weekend workshop
DAVID WATERSTON
(2009) 21 ELM 5 280

ISSUE 4

EDITORIAL
Text and commentary on EU Council policy towards Copenhagen climate negotiations
BEN PONTIN
(2009) 21 ELM 4 179

ARTICLES

Environmental regulation: lessons from the ?credit crunch?
KAREN SULLIVAN Spectrum Intellectual Property Solutions
(2009) 21 ELM 4 200

Reforming the Clean Development Mechanism to accelerate technology transfer
JOËLLE DE SÉPIBUS Senior Research Fellow, World Trade
(2009) 21 ELM 4 189

Rethinking regulatory sanctions ? Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act 2008 ? an exchange of letters
JAMES MAURICI Landmark Chambers, London
RICHARD MACRORY University College, London
(2009) 21 ELM 4 183

CASE LAW

EC Law
Poland (and Estonia) v Commission ? emissions trading; Commission v Malta ? large combustion plants; Commission v Malta Wild Birds;
WASTE
R (Repic ) v Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform ? producer responsibility (WEEE)
JASON LOWTHER University of Plymouth
(2009) 21 ELM 4 217

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ELM 21 (2009) 3 pp 117--173

Improving environmental law
JONATHAN ROBINSON

Coal - past, present, future
PROFESSOR BOB LEE, NEIL STOCKDALE, HANNAH WISKIN,
IAN HAVERCROFT

Keeping our heads above water
ROSIE OLIVER, DAVID ROOKE, DAVID SYMONS

Environmental law updates - the year's hottest cases reviewed
JAMES MAURICI, RICHARD WALD, CHARLES MORGAN

ISSUE 2

EDITORIAL

Climate change agnosticism ? its meaning and implications
BEN PONTIN
(2009) 21 ELM 2 55

ARTICLES

Tools for the equitable and sustainable use of ecosystem resources:
Part 1 Modelling the private and public benefits of land use
Part 2 Internal markets for the private and public benefits of catchment use COLVIN, EVERARD, APPLEBY, WATTS, CHIMBUYA
(2009) 21 ELM 2 76

Commercial property and carbon reduction: issues for due diligence
ANGELA LANGLEY,PROFESSOR ROBERT LEE Cardiff University
(2009) 21 ELM 2 68

'Global Warming? ? Can there ever be common ground between the views of the climate contrarians, deniers & sceptics, and the warmists, alarmists & catastrophists?
RICHARD HAWKINS MA Barrister (non-practising) FCIWM, FRGS, FRSA;
(2009) 21 ELM 2 58

CASE LAW

EC Law
Criminal proceedings against Tomasz Rubach ? endangered species; Commission v UK ? environmental liability; Commission v UK ? ship source pollution
WATER
Environment Agency v Drake
JASON LOWTHER University of Plymouth

ISSUE 1

ARTICLES

Safeguarding the societal value of land
DR MARK EVERARD,TOM APPLEBY University of the West of England
(2009) 21 ELM 1 14

The role of sustainable development in Australian law
ROSS ASHCROFT School of Law, Queensland University of Technology
(2009) 21 ELM 1 3

CASE COMMENTARY

Seeing the wood for the trees: some clarification on tree preservation orders
Palm Developments Ltd v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government and Medway Council
[2009] EWHC 220 QBD Administrative Court
JASON LOWTHER University of Plymouth
(2009) 21 ELM 1 22

CASE LAW

EC Law
Re Lahti Energia Oy ? waste and incineration
Environmental information
Office of Communications v Information Commissioner ? Environmental Information Regulations
Statutory nuisance
Waveney District Council v Lowestoft Magistrates' Court ? abatement notice formalities
(2009) 21 ELM 1 27

STRATEGIC ISSUE

Decommissioning offshore oil and gas facilities ? industry contracts and security arrangements
MARC HAMMERSON Stephenson Harwood, London
(2009) 21 ELM 1 31

Volume 20 ANNIVERSARY VOLUME:
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ISSUE 6

EDITORIAL

The UK Climate Change Act
DR BEN PONTIN
(2008) 20 ELM 6 203

ARTICLES

EC international relations under the Kyoto Protocol
AGNES BEHM Lawyer, Court of Justice, Berlin
(2008) 20 ELM 6 203

Ecosystem services and the common law: evaluating the full scale of damages
DR MARK EVERARD Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of the West of England
TOM APPLEBY Visiting Research Fellow, University of Bristol Law School
(2008) 20 ELM 6 203

ISSUE 5

SPECIAL ISSUE

United Kingdom Environmental Law Association (UKELA) Conference Papers 2008


Introduction
Professor Sir Francis Jacobs King?s College London
(2008) 20 ELM 5 203

The future of environmental rights and responsibilities
Baroness Barbara Young Former Chief Executive, Environment Agency of England and Wales
(2008) 20 ELM 5 204

New approaches to regulatory sanctions

Professor Richard Macrory University College, London
(2008) 20 ELM 5 210

Accessing justice: implications of the Sullivan Report
David Wolfe Matrix Chambers
(2008) 20 ELM 5 215

Is the better regulation agenda producing better regulation?
Peter Kellett Environment Agency Chair UKELA
(2008) 20 ELM 5 221

Biodiversity conservation priorities, the law and responses to global change
Professor Stuart Harrop Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology, University of Kent
(2008) 20 ELM 5 232

EU nature directives: rights, responsibilities and results ? are we striking the right balance?
Andrew Dodd Head of Site Conservation Policy, RSPB
(2008) 20 ELM 5 237

Rights and responsibilities towards the natural environment and how these may change ? the Dilly Lane case
Julie Lunt Head of Legal Services, Natural England
Kyle Lischak Principal solicitor, Natural England
(2008) 20 ELM 5 246

The Marine Bill: rights and duties with respect to marine nature conservation
Tom Mosedale Solicitor, Defra
(2008) 20 ELM 5 251

The recent planning reforms and individual and corporate rights and responsibilities - introduction
Sir Robert Carnwath CVO Senior President of Tribunals
(2008) 20 ELM 5 261

The Planning Bill : major infrastructure proposals
Phil Michaels Head of Legal, Friends of the Earth
(2008) 20 ELM 5 275

Strategic Environmental assessment: The Seaport Investments case
Gregory Jones Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
(2008) 20 ELM 5 282

The year's hottest cases
David Hart QC One Crown Office Row
Stephen Tromans, Justine Thornton 39 Essex Street
(2008) 20 ELM 5 289

ISSUE 4

EDITORIAL

LMELR September ? October 1989:
House of Commons Energy Committee, 6th Report Session 1988?89
Energy Policy Implications of the Greenhouse Effect
(2008) 20 ELM 4 163

ARTICLES

Assets under attack: metal theft, the built environment and the dark side of the global recycling market
LUKE BENNETT Senior Law Lecturer, Sheffield Hallam University
(2008) 20 ELM 4 176

The environment: public involvement and constraints in access to justice
DR PAUL STOOKES Partner, Richard Buxton Environmental & Public Law
(2008) 20 ELM 4 165

The Equator Principles ? corporate ?greenwash? or improving global environmental standards?
JOHANNE ORCHARD-WEBB School of Environment and Technology, University of Brighton
(2008) 20 ELM 4 184

ISSUE 3

EDITORIAL

?Streamlined? siting of nuclear power stations: the implications of ?participation law?
BEN PONTIN
(2008) 20 ELM 3 115

ARTICLES

Overview of the draft Marine Bill
WILLIAM WILSON, ROBERT TRIGGS Burgess Salmon
(2008) 20 ELM 3 141

Certainties and uncertainties ? proposed modifications to the Emissions Trading Directive
DAVID POCKLINGTON RICHARD LEESEBritish Cement Association
(2008) 20 ELM 3 133

The long-term stewardship of carbon dioxide storage sites ? who pays, for what and how?
ANGUS EVERS SJ Berwin LLP
(2008) 20 ELM 3 127

Rethinking environmental rights ? climate change, conservation and the courts
PROFESSOR PHILIPPE SANDS QC University College London, Matrix Chambers
(2008) 20 ELM 3 120

ISSUE 2

EDITORIAL

LMELR May?June 1989:
Note by the rapporteur Dr Martin Holdgate to the international London Conference March 1989
?Saving the ozone layer? (2008) 20 ELM 2 55

ARTICLES

Environmental disclosures under the new Companies Act
COLLEEN THERON Lawrence Graham, London
(2008) 20 ELM 1 84

A Wild Law wild weekend ? 10 principles of Earth Jurisprudence
ELIZABETH RIVERS Facilitator, lawyer
(2008) 20 ELM 2 81

Fighting for earth justice: the first wild law mock trial
MELANIE STRICKLAND Wragge & Co
(2008) 20 ELM 2 76

Climate change in the courts: summary of cases
PETER RODERICKCo-Director, Climate Justice Programme
(2008) 20 ELM 2 71

Halting the global meltdown: can environmental law play a role?
ANDREW KIMBRELLPublic Interest Attorney, Director, International Center for Technology Assessment
(2008) 20 ELM 2 64

Taking climate change seriously
CORMAC CULLINAN Enact International
(2008) 20 ELM 2 58

ISSUE 1

EDITORIAL

20th Anniversary Editorial
MALCOLM FORSTER Founding Editor of LMELR, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
(2008) 20 ELM 1 3

ARTICLES

Legislation and the market ? lessons from the treatment of waste oil
DAVID POCKLINGTON British Cement Association
(2008) 20 ELM 1 22

Linking environmental protection, health, and human rights in the European Union: an argument in favour of environmental justice policy
ALEXIOS ANTYPAS et al Central European University, Budapest
(2008) 20 ELM 1 8

The Bali Roadmap ? new horizons for global climate policy
HERMANN E OTT, WOLFGANG STERK, RIE WATANABE Wuppertal Institute, Germany
(2008) 20 ELM 1 4

Volume 19:
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ISSUE 6

ARTICLES

The secret achievements of nineteenth century nuisance law: Attorney General v Birmingham Corporation (1858?1895) in context
DR BEN PONTIN University of West of England
(2007) 19 ELM 6 271

Environmental interest groups and private prosecutions: a critical analysis
DR DAMIAN CARNEY Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Portsmouth
(2007) 19 ELM 6 291

Case Commentary

Environmental Assessment: consideration of thresholds and the BPEOR
R(on the application of Horner) v Lancashire County Council and Another
[2007] EWCA Civ 784
JASON LOWTHER
(2007) 19 ELM 6 300

ISSUE 5

SPECIAL ISSUE - United Kingdom Environmental Law Association conference 2007 papers

ARTICLES

An overview of the climate change challenge
PETER COX Met Office Chair in Climate System Dynamics, University of Exeter

(2007) 19 ELM 5 200

A favourable wind for renewables
DR GORDON EDGE British Wind Energy Association
(2007) 19 ELM 5 206

Capturing the ?C? in climate change ? CO2 capture and storage
DR PAUL ZAKKOUR ERM Energy and Climate Change Services
(2007) 19 ELM 5 210

The future for nuclear power: nuclear new build
KEITH PARKER Chief Executive, Nuclear Industry Association
(2007) 19 ELM 5 215

The future for nuclear: radioactive waste management
PETER WILKINSON Wilkinson Environmental Consulting Ltd
(2007) 19 ELM 5 218

The future for nuclear: regulatory issues
JONATHAN ISTED Partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
(2007) 19 ELM 5 221

Britannia rules the waves but Canute still got his feet wet: flooding risks
JULIE GLEDHILL Senior Legal Adviser, Flood Risk Management, Environment Agency
(2007) 19 ELM 5 224

Towards a European soil directive ? the rationale and some reflections
PROFESSOR MARK KIBBLEWHITE National Soil Resources Institute, Cranfield University
(2007) 19 ELM 5 227

The Mining Waste Directive ? will it address the toxic burden?
SERGIY MOROZ WWF European Policy Officer
(2007) 19 ELM 5 232

The Environmental Liability Directive: a harmonised liability regime?
CHARLES PIROTTE Lawyer in the Directorate-General for Environment of the European Commission
(2007) 19 ELM 5 237

The year's hottest cases: Part 1 DAVID HART QC One Crown Office Row, Temple, London
(2007) 19 ELM 5 246

The year?s hottest cases: Part 2
JUSTINE THORNTON 39 Essex Street, London
(2007) 19 ELM 5 250

?Any Questions?? The past, present and future of environmental law
Sir Richard Macrory,Sir Robert Carnwath CVO, Ric Navarro, Sara Parkin
(2007) 19 ELM 5 263


ISSUE 4

ARTICLES

The green taxes of the Brown Chancellorship, 1997-2007
JOHN SNAPE School of Law, University of Warwick
(2007) 19 ELM 4 143

Multi-level governance - a study of the implementation of environmental law in post-devolution Scotland
HAZEL NASH, ANDREA ROSS, COLIN T REID School of Law, University of Dundee
(2007) 19 ELM 4 159

One World? International aviation and the EU Emissions Trading Scheme
GRAHAM STUART, ANN MARIE FISHER Norton Rose LLP
(2007) 19 ELM 4 170

ISSUE 3

ARTICLES

Green crimes: the EU proposal for an environmental crimes directive
TERESA HITCHCOCK, NOY TROUNSON DLA Piper
(2007) 19 ELM 119

Climate change - the long haul
PETER MCMASTER Barrister, Serle Court, London
(2007) 19 ELM 115

The fourth age of environmental law ? the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end?
PROFESSOR MALCOLM FORSTER Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, London, University College London
(2007) 19 ELM 107

ISSUE 2

EDITORIAL

Wild law: sustainable development and beyond?
DR BEN PONTIN
(2007) 19 ELM 59

ARTICLES

Is nuclear inevitable? Policy and politics for a carbon constrained world
TOM BURKE CBE Visiting Professor, Imperial College London and University College London, Founding Director E3G
(2007) 19 ELM 63

Sowing wild law
CORMAC CULLINAN Enact International
(2007) 19 ELM 71

Rebalancing the system: an agenda for change
NORMAN BAKER MP Chair of All-Party Environmental Group
(2007) 19 ELM 77

Economics and ecology ? which comes first?
SATISH KUMAR Resurgence
(2007) 19 ELM 82

Earth, rights and insects: an holistic approach to environmental law
IAN MASON Barrister
(2007) 19 ELM 87

ISSUE 1

EDITORIAL

The awakening conscience
DAVID POCKLINGTON
(2007) 19 ELM 3

ARTICLES

Environmental Law History (No 1) Tipping v St Helens Smelting Company (1865): ?anti-development? or ?sustainable development??
DR BEN PONTIN et al University of West of England
(2007) 19 ELM 7

The European regulation of food supplements and food fortification
Intended normal use ? the ultimate tool in organising level playing field markets and regulations, or how to break the fairy ring around ?other substances?
BERT SCHWITTERS et al INC Agency BV
(2007) 19 ELM 19

Energy Performance Commitment ? casting the net wider
ANDREW WHITEHEAD, LUCY LOVELOCK Martineau Johnson, London and Birmingham
(2007) 19 ELM 30

Volume 18:
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ISSUE 6

EDITORIAL

Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: key developments in the science of global warming
BEN PONTIN University of West of England
(2006) 18 ELM 267

ARTICLES

Managing Japanese Knotweed on Development Sites
GEORGINA CROWHURST Solicitor, Clyde & Co, London
(2006) 18 ELM 296

Formulation of building standards for energy conservation in buildings
D E FISHER Professor of Law, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
(2006) 18 ELM 282

The expansion of environmental assessment in international law: the Protocol on Strategic Environmental Assessment to the Espoo Convention
JAN DE MULDERUniversity of Ghent, Belgium
(2006) 18 ELM 269

ISSUE 5

EDITORIAL

Stern Review: The Economics of Climate Change ? a national or international impact?
JONATHON PORRITT Founder Director, Forum for the Future; Chairman, UK Sustainable Development Commission
(2006) 18 ELM 219

ARTICLES

Insurance coverage for asbestos liabilities: a review for UK policyholders
JOHN M SYLVESTER, LAURA HARCOMBE, PHILIP H HECHTKirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham LLP
(2006) 18 ELM 221

Economic growth and ecological integrity ? the impact of the hazardous waste trade on the economy and environment of developing countries
ZADA LIPMAN Professor of Law, Macquarie University, Sydney
(2006) 18 ELM 232

ISSUE 4

ARTICLES

Re-assessing traditional notions of sustainable development
DR ANGELA WILLIAMS Lecturer in Law, University of Sussex
(2006) 18 ELM 177

?Better regulation?: what the modernising agenda might mean for UK environmental laws
PETER KELLET
(2006) 18 ELM 169

The Marine Bill ? where next on safeguarding our seas?
JOHN HOUGHTON Partner, Bond Pearce, Bristol
(2006) 18 ELM 163

ISSUE 3

EDITORIAL

Silent Spring in Britain today
BEN PONTIN University of West of England

ARTICLES

A statistically-driven approach to offset-based GHG additionality determinations: what can we learn?
DR. MARK C. TREXLER, LAURA KOSLOFF Trexler Climate + Energy Services, Inc., Portland, Oregon
DERIK J. BROEKHOFF World Resources Institute, Washington, DC
(2006) 18 ELM 118

Supporting the principle of integration in the furtherance of sustainable development: a sideways glance
DR DUNCAN FRENCH University of Sheffield
(2006) 18 ELM 103

Case commentary

The appropriate person for remediation: successor liability for contaminated land
R (National Grid Gas plc) v Environment Agency
[2006] EWHC 1083 (Admin), QBD
JASON LOWTHER University of Plymouth

ISSUE 2

ARTICLES

Anti-social Behaviour Orders and environmental protection
DR MICHAEL WATSON Bath Spa University
(2006) 18 ELM 47

Legal and paralegal rules for biodiversity conservation: a sequence of conceptual, linguistic and legal challenges (Part 2)
D E FISHER MA LLB PhD (University of Edinburgh); Professor of Law, Queensland University of Technology; Consultant, Phillips Fox Lawyers
(2006) 18 ELM 35

Case commentary

Dolphin bycatch: the Greenpeace challenge
Greenpeace v Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
[2005] EWCA Civ 1650
JASON LOWTHER University of Plymouth

ISSUE 1

ARTICLES

Wild Law ? A Manifesto for Earth Justice - A Summary
CORMAC CULLINAN Enact International, Winstanley Smith & Cullinan Inc, Cape Town
(2006) 18 ELM 5

A walk on the wild side: wild law in practice
PROFESSOR ROBERT LEE co-Director, ESRC Research Centre BRASS, Cardiff University
(2006) 18 ELM 6

Wild law ? the theory
PROFESSOR LYNDA M WARREN Department of Law, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
(2006) 18 ELM 11

Finding our way to a viable future: A response to Professors Warren and Lee
CORMAC CULLINAN Enact International, Winstanley Smith & Cullinan Inc, Cape Town
(2006) 18 ELM 18

How wild did it get?
BEGONIA FILGUEIRA Spanish Advocate, Director of Gaia Law Ltd Legal Consultancy
(2006) 18 ELM 24

How to become a wild lawyer
ELIZABETH RIVERS Environmental Mediator
(2006) 18 ELM 28

Published Articles:

Volume 17:
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ISSUE 6

ARTICLES

Win some, allocate some? United Kingdom v Commission of the European Communities
JOANNA KETTELEY Ashurst, London
(2005) 17 ELM 263

The UK contaminated land regime and European provisions on liability for soil pollution: a marriage made in Brussels?
JULIE ADSHEAD Salford Law School
(2005) 17 ELM 254

Legal and paralegal rules for biodiversity conservation: a sequence of conceptual, linguistic and legal challenges (Part 1) PROFESSOR D E FISHER Queensland University of Technology
(2005) 17 ELM 243

ISSUE 5

ARTICLES

Property in emissions? Analysis of the Norwegian GHG ETS with references also to the UK and the EU
DR JURIS ENDRE STAVANG University of Oslo
(2005) 17 ELM 209

Protecting the environment through EC criminal law
PROFESSOR DERMOT WALSH University of Limerick
(2005) 17 ELM 199

ISSUE 4

Editorial
ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY IN AN INSECURE WORLD
Dr Duncan French
(2005) 17 ELM 159

ARTICLES

LOCAL AUTHORITY ENFORCEMENTS OF PART IIA, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 1990: THE PRACTICAL CHALLENGES OF A PUBLIC LAW APPROACH
Dr Ben Pontin University of West of England
(2005) 17 ELM 176

PENALTIES IN REGULATORY CRIME
Richard Kimblin Barrister, London
(2005) 17 ELM 169

NATURE CONSERVATION DUTIES: MORE APPEARANCE THAN SUBSTANCE
Iain R Roberts, Colin T Reid University of Dundee
(2005) 17 ELM 162


ISSUE 3

ARTICLES

CAN THE UK OFFER MORE PROTECTION FOR ENDANGERED SPECIES? An evaluation of the potential use of Article 8(2) of the EC's wildlife trade regulation and recent developments with COTES
Jason Lowther University of Plymouth
(2005) 17 ELM 115

AN OVERVIEW OF THE LAW ON PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN PLANNING LAW AND WHETHER IT COMPLIES WITH THE AARHUS CONVENTION
Professor Michael Purdue Department of Law, City University, London
(2005) 17 ELM 107

Case Commentary
The appropriate person for remediation
Circular Facilities (London) Limited v Sevenoaks District Council
[2005] EWHC 865 (Admin)
PROFESSOR ROBERT LEE ESRC Research Centre, Cardiff University
(2005) 17 ELM 123

ISSUE 2

Editorial
Shake-up in animal trade and welfare laws
Jason Lowther
(2005) 17 ELM 55

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN DEVELOPMENT ? THE IDEA OF A DEVELOPMENT 'JURY' SERVICE
Peter Howsam and Julia Quinn Reader, Research Assistant, Cranfield University Policy & Legislation Unit, Institute of Water and Environment, Cranfield University

(2005) 17 ELM 70 CORPORATE BEHAVIOUR: HOW ENVIRONMENTAL RISK AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ARE SHAPING CHANGE - OR ARE THEY?
Colleen Nelson Environmental, Planning and Regulatory Group, ASB Law
(2005) 17 ELM 66

CLIMATE CHANGE - A VIEW FROM INDUSTRY
David Pocklington British Cement Association
(2005) 17 ELM 62

CLIMATE CHANGE: A CRISIS OF COLLECTIVE DENIAL?
George Monbiot Advisory Council Member, Environmental Law Foundation
(2005) 17 ELM 57

Case Commentary
Challenge to Special Area of Conservation designation
R (on the application of Newsum and others) v Welsh Assembly (No 2)
[2005] EWHC 538 (Admin), Queen?s Bench Division, 11 April 2005
(2005) 17 ELM 76

ISSUE 1

LOCUS STANDI IN ENVIRONMENTAL NUISANCE ACTIONS: A PERSPECTIVE FROM THE COMMONWEALTH
Kaniye S A Ebeku Intercollege, Cyprus
(2005) 17 ELM 14

ALL STEAMED UP? A REVIEW OF SOME OF THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN EMISSIONS TRADING
Joanna Ketteley Ashurst
(2005) 17 ELM 7

THE ENFORCEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: CIVIL OR CRIMINAL PENALTIES?
Dr Michael Watson Bath Spa, University College
(2005) 17 ELM 3

Case Commentary
SSSI Compatability with Article 1 of the First Protocol to the ECHR
R (on the application of Traler and Marina (Levin) Ltd) v Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and another
[2004] EWCA Civ 1580
Jason Lowther
(2005) 17 ELM 24

Volume 16:
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ISSUE 6

THE OPERATING FINANCIAL REVIEW - WHAT IMPACT WILL IT HAVE ON ENVIRONMENTAL DISCLOSURE?
Colleen Nelson Environmental, Planning and Regulatory Group, ASB Law
ELM 16 [2004] 6 301

INTERNATIONAL LAW 'IN THE FIELD' OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: THE ELABORATION OF LEGAL PRINCIPLES
Dr Duncan French University of Sheffield
ELM 16 [2004] 6 296

MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT THROUGH EXAMINATION OF THE DARWIN MOUNDS AND THE JAMES 'TOXIC' FLEET CASES
Anne-Michelle Slater School of Law, University of Aberdeen
ELM 16 [2004] 6 287

Case Commentary
'Plans and projects': a broad and precautionary interpretation under th Habitats Directive
Landelijke Vereniging tot Behoud van de Waddenzee and another v Staatssecretaris van Landbouw and others
Case C-127/02, ECJ, 7 September 2004
Jason Lowther


ISSUE 5
Editorial
RUSSIAN RATIFICATION OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL
Marek dal-Canton, Ben Pontin
ELM 16 [2004] 5 231

A GUIDE TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION REGULATIONS 2004
Phil Michaels Head of Legal, Friends of the Earth
ELM 16 [2004] 5 252

THE ROLE OF PROTECTION OF TRADITIONAL PRACTICES IN CONSERVATION
An enquiry into the UK's implementation of Article 8(j) Convention on Biological Diversity
Stuart R Harrop Professor of Wildlife Management Law, University of Kent
ELM 16 [2004] 5 244

ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITY DIRECTIVE - REMEDIATION OF DAMAGE
Caroline Blatch Environment Agency
ELM 16 [2004] 5 234

Case Commentary
More ink spilled on the definition of waste
In the matter of Van de Walle, Texaco Belgium SA and others
Case C-1/03, ECJ, 7 September 2004
Jason Lowther
ELM 16 [2004] 5 263

ISSUE 4
OFFENCES AGAINST THE ENVIRONMENT: THE ECONOMICS OF CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
Dr Michael Watson Bath Spa University College
ELM 16 [2004] 4 200

AN EVALUATION OF THE PRESENT CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM (Part 2)
Sebastian Foot ICF Consulting
ELM 16 [2004] 4 193

THE EUROPEAN UNION IN 2005-10: A NEW ERA OF A PALER GREEN HUE?
Anna Syngellakis SLAS University of Portsmouth
ELM 16 [2004] 4 187

HOW GREEN IS JUDICIAL REVIEW?
Michael Beloff QC Blackstone Chambers
ELM 16 [2004] 4 175

Case Commentary
Notification and confirmation of Sites of Scientific Interest
R(on the application of Fisher and others) v English Nature
Jason Lowther

ISSUE 3
COMMON LAW AND RIVER CONSERVATION: THE CASE FOR WHOLE SYSTEMS THINKING
Dr Mark Everard University of the West of England
Karen CapperAnglers' Conservation Association
ELM 16 [2004] 3 135

AN EVALUATION OF THE PRESENT CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM
Sebastian Foot ICF Consulting
ELM 16 [2004] 3 125

THE SEA DIRECTIVE 2001/42/EC: REINVIGORATING ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRATION
William R Sheate Imperial College London
ELM 16 [2004] 3 119

Editorial
Perspectives of the burden of environmental regulation - David Pocklington

ISSUE 2
THE AARHUS CONVENTION AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE
Donald A Reid Environmental Law Consultant, Edinburgh
ELM 16 [2004] 2 77

FRIEND OR FOE? STRICT LIABILITY IN ENGLISH ENVIRONMENTAL LICENSING REGIMES
Carolyn Abbot University of Manchester
ELM 16 [2004] 2 67

THE COST OF DOING THE RIGHTS THING
Overcoming the problem that environmental justice remains prohibitively expensive for the majority of the 'public concerned'
Paul Stookes Environmental Law Foundation
Phil Michaels Friends of the Earth
ELM 16 [2004] 2 59

Case Commentary
Environmental Impact assessment on a firm foundation?
Belize Alliance of Conservation Non-Governmental Organisations v Department of the Environment and another
Jason LowtherUniversity of Plymouth

ELM 16 [2004] 2 81

ISSUE 1

GOVERNING AGAINST THE GRAIN? PART 1 OVERSEAS PERSPECTIVES ON THE UK GOVERNMENT'S IMPENDING DECISION ON THE COMMERCIALISATION OF GM CROPS
Maureen O'Sullivan University of West of England
ELM 16 [2004] 1 16

AN INTERNTIONAL LIABILITY REGIME FOR LIVING MODIFIED ORGANISMS?
Professor Lucas Bergkamp Hunton & Williams, Brussels
ELM 16 [2004] 1 14

DIRECTIVE 2004/35/EC ON ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITY
Professor Dr Ludwig Kraemer Environment DG, European Commission, Brussels
ELM 16 [2004] 1 5

Case Commentary
The House of Lords' ruling in Marcic: clarifying sewage liability
Jason Lowther University of Plymouth
ELM 16 [2004] 1 24

Volume 15:
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ISSUE 6

THE ENVIRONMENTAL DIMENSION TO COMPANY LAW MODERNISATION
Claire Howell, Ben Pontin University of the West of England
ELM 15 [2003] 6 354

THE PRINCIPLES OF A CONTEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL LEGAL SYSTEM
Professor D E Fisher Queensland University of Technology
ELM 15 [2003] 6 347

Case Commentary
Rylands v Fletcher restated - the House of Lords' decision in Transco plc v Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council

Jason Lowther University of Plymouth
ELM 15 [2003] 6 367

Editorial
NIMBY-ism and the spectre of maritime pollution - David Pocklington

ISSUE 5

TOWARDS A LIABILITY REGIME FOR DAMAGES TO TRANSBOUNDARY WATERS BY INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS: A NEW PROTOCOL IN THE UNECE REGION
Stephen Stec, Alexios Antypas
ELM 15 [2003] 5 295

THE ROLE OF MANDATORY TARGETS IN WASTE MANAGEMENT LEGISLATION
David Pocklington Director, British Cement Association
ELM 15 [2003] 5 285

Editorial
UK developments in GM crop decision-making
Dr Ben Pontin

THE HABITATS DIRECTIVE AND PORT DEVELOPMENT
Peter Barham Associated British Ports
ELM 15 [2003] 4 229

THE HUMAN FACTOR: PUBLIC PARTICIPATION, THIRD PARTY RIGHTS AND AARHUS
William Upton Barrister, Chambers of Stephen Hockman QC, London
ELM 15 [2003] 4 219

THE LICENSING OF ZOOS: A REFORMED REGIME
Neil Parpworth Department of Law, De Montfort University
ELM 15 [2003] 3 175

JUDICIAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: AN OVERVIEW
Kaniye SA Ebeku Barrister, Senior Lecturer in law, Rivers State University
ELM 15 [2003] 3 168

PLANNING FOR A SMALL ISLAND
Fiona Reynolds Director-General of the National Trust and Patron of the Environmental Law Foundation
ELM 15 [2003] 3 163

Editorial
Company law reform and the concept of environmental 'materiality'
David Pocklington
ELM 15 [2003] 3 159

OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY DEVELOPMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF INTERNATIONAL AND EC LAW
Glen Plant Consultant, (MELP), Barrister
ELM 15 [2003] 2 91

THE AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENT BIOTECHNOLOGY COMMISSION: INDEPENDENT AND INFLUENTIAL?
Susan Brown University of West of England
ELM 15 [2003] 2 85

CONTAMINATED LAND IN THE UK - THE CURRENT POSITION
Anthony Hobley and Anna McCann
Baker & McKenzie
ELM 15 [2003] 2 79

Editorial
Moving waste up the hierarchy?
David Pocklington

THE PRESTIGE OIL DISASTER:ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF THE WEST LIVING BEYOND ITS MEANS
Paul Stookes
Environmental Law Foundation
ELM 15 [2003] 1 16

PRECAUTIONARY STEPS:THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE IN EU JURSIPRUDENCE
Elen R Stokes
Cardiff Law School
ELM 15 [2003] 1 8

THE CARTAGENA PROTOCOL:MOVES TOWARS ESTABLISHING AN INTERNAITONANL LIABILITY REGIME FOR LIVING MODIFIED ORGANISMS
Prof Malcolm Forster, Daniel Lawrence
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
ELM 15 [2003] 1 5

Editorial
Our energy future: creating a low carbon economy
Dr Ben Pontin

Volume 14:
Top

ENVIRONMENTAL RIGHTS, STATUTORY AUTHORISATION AND THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT: IS CLARITY POSSIBLE?
Ben Pontin University of the West of England
ELM 14 [2002] 6 350

RETHINKING FLOOD DEFENCE LAW
William Howarth
ELM 14 [2002] 6 341

Editorial
Devolution ? evolution or revolution? Environmental law and policy in Scotland

PROSECUTING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME: DOES CRIME PAY?
Rosalind Malcolm University of Surrey
ELM 14 [2002] 5 289

PATENTING BIOTECHNOLOGY: A CASE OF LEGAL ABSTENTIONISM?
Helen Norman University of Bristol
ELM 14 [2002] 5 278

THE EC'S NEW CHEMICAL POLICY
Lucas Bergkamp Hunton & Williams, Brussels
ELM 14 [2002] 5 265

Editorial
Corporate environmental governance: government proposals for the reform of company law

HOW SUSTAINABLE IS THE CONCEPT OF ?WASTE??
David Pocklington British Cement Association
ELM 14 [2002] 4 208

SILENCE OF THE LAMBS:THE FOOT-AND-MOUTH CRISIS, ITS LITIGATION AND ITS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS
Stephen Tromans Barrister, 39 Essex Street, London
ELM 14 [2002] 4 197

THE CHANGING AIMS OF ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITY
Maria Lee King?s College London
ELM 14 [2002] 4 189

CASE COMMENTARY
Fairchild: clarifying the rules on causation? Fairchild v Glenhaven Funeral Services Ltd, UKHL 22, 20 June 2002. Recovery of damages after exposure to asbestos.
Jason Lowther University of Wolverhampton

Editorial
The World Summit on Sustainable Development

THE ACHIEVEMENT OF SUSTAINABILITY ? AN AUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVE
D E Fisher, Professor of Law, Queensland University, Consultant, Phillips Fox
ELM 14 [2002] 3 145

PROPOSALS FOR REFORM AND THE IMPACT FOR PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW PRACTITIONERS
Sandra Banks, Margaret Casely-Hayford and John O?Hara, Denton Wilde Sapte
ELM 14 [2002] 3 138

IMPLICATIONS OF RECENT CHANGES TO THE EMAS AND ECO-LABEL REGULATIONS FOR THE FINANCIAL SERVICES SECTOR
Ben Richardson, University of Manchester
ELM 14 [2002] 3 133

Editorial
Deliberating on the GMO controversy
ELM 14 [2002] 3 131

FORMULATING LEGISLATION WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF A DEVELOPING COUNTRY FOR THE SUSTAINABLE PROTECTION OF WILDERNESS AREAS
Donald A Reid, Environmental Law Consultant, Edinburgh
ELM 14 [2002] 2 85

INDUSTRIAL SUSTAINABILITY: POLICY AND PRACTICE IN THE UK MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
Michael Renger, Nabarro Nathanson
ELM 14 [2002] 2 82

GREENING THE WTO? THE APPELLATE BODY REPORT ON THE EC-ASBESTOS CASE
Antonis Antoniadis, University of Birmingham
ELM 14 [2002] 2 77

Editorial
Third party planning appeals: a principles defence of the status quo?
ELM 14 [2002] 1 75

SEWERS, NON-FEASANCE AND HUMAN RIGHTS: THE MARCIC APPEAL
Jason Lowther, University of Wolverhampton
ELMJ 14 [2002] 1 17

ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION ? IS JUDICIAL REVIEW ENOUGH?
Michael Morris, Claire Archibald, Nabarro Nathanson
ELM 14 [2002] 1 14

SOME QUESTIONS ANSWERED ON THE PROPOSED EC GREEN LIABILITY REGIME
Valerie Fogleman, Barlow Lyde and Gilbert
ELM 14 [2002] 1 11

EUROPEAN COMMISSION: PROPOSAL FOR A FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE ON ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITY
Professor Brian Jones, Consultant, Herbert Smith
ELM 14 [2002] 1 5

Editorial
Proposals for EC environmental liability
ELM 14 [2002] 1 3

Volume 13:
Top

THE FOOD STANDARDS AGENCY: A FORCE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE?
Paula De Prez, University of Liverpool
ELM 13 [2001] 6 311

BEYOND NUISANCE? ENFORCING THE RIGHT TO A HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998
Ben Pontin, University of the West of England
ELM 13 [2001] 6 305

WORKING PAPER OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION ? A FOLLOW-UP TO THE WHITE PAPER ON ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITY
Edward H P Brans, Lecturer in Private Law, Vrije University, Amsterdam
ELM 13 [2001] 6 300

THE UK GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS TRADING SCHEME: ?A BRAVE NEW WORLD? OR THE RESULT OF HURRIED THINKING?
Patricia Park, Professor of Environmental Law, Southampton Institute
ELM 13 [2001] 6 292

Editorial
The regulation of genetic modification: too much too soon or too little too late?
Ben Pontin
ELM 13 [2001] 6 263

COUNTRYSIDE AND RIGHTS OF WAY ACT 2000: AN OUTLINE
Angela Sydenham, Consultant, Birketts, Ipswich
ELM 13 [2001] 5 254

WILDLIFE OFFENCES WITH ADDED BITE: EVALUATING RECENT AMENDMENTS TO THE WILDLIFE AND COUNTRYSIDE ACT 1981
Jason Lowther, University of Wolverhampton
ELM 13 [2001] 5 248

FROM CARROTS TO STICKS - NATURAL HABITAT PROTECTION AFTER THE COUNTRYSIDE AND RIGHTS OF WAY ACT 2000
Simon Payne, University of Plymouth
ELM 13 [2001] 5 238

CONTROLLING ENVIRONMENT AGENCY DISCRETION: A PUBLIC LAW PERSPECTIVE
Carolyn Abbot, School of Law, University of Manchester
ELM 13 [2001] 5 231

Editorial
Human Rights and Judicial Review
ELM 13 [2001] 5 195


LANDFILL SITES, NUISANCE AND COMPENSATION
Stephen Tromans, Barrister
ELM 13 [2001] 4 187

Editorial
Nuisance and Human Rights: the HRA begins delivering on its promises
ELM 13 [2001] 4 155

BIASED ENFROCEMENT OR OPTIMAL REGULATION? REFLECTIONS ON RECENT PARLIAMENTARY SCRUTINY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AGENCY
Paula de Prez, University of Liverpool
ELM 13 [2001] 3 145

ACCESS TO THE COUNTRYSIDE THE NEW LAW IN SCOTLAND AND ENGLAND
Donald A Reid, Environmental Law Consultant, Edinburgh
ELM 13 [2001] 3 138

ENVIONMENTAL RISK: THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE LAW AND SCIENCE
Lord Woolf, The Lord Chief Justice
ELM 13 [2001] 3 131

Editorial
Environmental Leadership? Reflections post-Gothenburg
ELM 13 [2001] 3 95

GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS TRADING IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
Anthony Hobley, CMS Cameron McKenna
ELM 13 [2001] 2 88

TRANSEFERRING REMEDIATION LIABILITIES IN COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS
Valerie Fogleman Barlow Lyde & Gilbert
ELM 13 [2001] 2 83

Editorial
Bringing Government Science out of the shadows
ELM 13 [2001] 2 47

?GROSS POLLUTERS? A MISUNDERSTOOD AND MISAPPLIED CONCEPT?
David Pocklinton
ELM 13 [2001] 1 40

Editorial
Environmental Watchdogs
ELM 13 [2001] 1 3

Volume 12:
Top

THE TIDE BEGINS TO TURN: STATUTORY NUISANCE AND ESTUARINE POLLUTION
Laurence Etherington, Wilbraham & Co. Research Fellow in Environmental Law, Nottingham Law School, UK
Env. Law Mgmt. 12(6) 261

UNCONVENTIONAL? HUMAN RIGHTS AND PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW IN SCOTLAND: AN EVALUATION
Philip J Hunter, Brodies WS, Edinburgh, UK
Env. Law Mgmt. 12(6) 252

"POLLUTION INJUSTICE" AND UK ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: A REGULATORY LAW PERSPECTIVE
Dr Ben Pontin, University of the West of England, UK
Env. Law Mgmt. 12(5) 197

AN ENVIRONMENTAL COURT: THE CASE FOR INCLUSION OF A CRIMINAL LAW JURISDICTION
Paula De Prez, University of Liverpool, UK
Env. Law Mgmt. 12(5) 191

LOCAL AUTHORITY DISCRETION IN SERVING STATUTORY NUISANCE ABATEMENT NOTICES
John Pointing, Barrister, Field Court Chambers, Gray's Inn, UK
Env. Law Mgmt. 12(2) 71

PROGRESS TOWARDS KYOTO TARGETS THROUGH AN EU ENVIRONMENTAL AGREEMENT ON CO2 EMISSIONS FROM PASSENGER CARS
David Pocklington, The Environmental Law Institute, De Montfort University, UK
Env. Law Mgmt. 12(2) 60

"GROSS POLLUTERS" - A MISUNDERSTOOD AND MISAPPLIED CONCEPT?
David Pocklington The Environmental Law Institute, De Montfort University, UK [2001] 1 p. 41

WASTED? - AN ANALYSIS OF RECENT SIGNIFICANT CASES ON WASTE MANAGEMENT LAW AND ITS INTERPRETATION IN SCOTLAND
Philip J. Hunter, Brodies WS, Edinburgh, UK
Env. Law Mgmt. 12(1) 40

PUBLIC EXPECTATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT: DISTORTION OR DEMOCRACY? PART 2 Paula de Prez, Lecturer in Law, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Env. Law Mgmt. 12(1) 35

CONTROLS OVER HMOS: THE SAGA CONTINUES
AR Everton, Lincoln's Inn, Barrister at Law, UK
Env. Law Mgmt. 12(1) 30

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