6 Issues per volume plus index - ISSN 1067-6058
Environmental Law & Management (ELM) is a peer-reviewed journal which explores the latest legal proposals and policies in articles, reports and commentaries, giving a clear picture of current environmental regulation, government proposals and influential court decisions.
Some of the important developing strategies covered by ELM in current opinion and analysis include: the implementation of principles of sustainable development, land use and planning developments, conservation, access to justice, waste recycling, climate change developments post Durban and Paris, renewable energy and the Green Investment Bank, and more.
ELM ISSUES INCLUDE
Editorial, Articles and regular sections
Case Law and Case Commentaries - Comprehensive reports from the UK courts and the CJEU
UK Strategic Issues - Parliamentary committee reports, consultations from BEIS and Defra, the EA, Dti, National Audit Committee etc
EU Strategic Issues - Council and Commission meetings, communications, opinions, green papers, proposals, draft regulations and consultations etc
Scottish Strategic Issues - Draft regulations, consultations, publications, papers etc
Behind the Headlines - Pertinent, brief and valuable comment backed up with statistics on a vast range of immediate issues
Determining whether a proposed new development is likely to be 'sustainable': some problems of the historic build environment
John Corkingdale and Kaltrina Thaci click here for pdf
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND MANAGEMENT provides accurate and up-to-date reports of recent developments in case law, statute and policy in the UK, Europe and worldwide.
Market: Environmental and planning lawyers, corporate legal departments, environmental NGOs, insurance lawyers advising on environmental issues, legal academics, law libraries and government agencies.