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Yearbook of International Environmental Law - Volume 31, Issue 1, 2020

Yearbook of International Environmental Law – Volume 31, Issue 1, 2020

ISSN: 0965-1721, EISSN: 2045-0052

New to Oxford Journals in 2011, the Yearbook of International Environmental Law was established in 1990 and since then has become a renowned publication. YIEL has become a vital source of information and analysis in the crucial and rapidly evolving field that is environmental law. YIEL provides an authoritative and comprehensive review of internationally significant environmental legal developments, gathering national and international experts which report on a year-by-year basis.


Part 1: Article
The Natural Remedy for Zoonotic Diseases
Jason Rudall

Part 2: The Year in Review
I. General Developments
1. Human Rights and the Environment
Leena Heinämäki

3. Transboundary Environmental Cooperation: A. Prior Information / Consultation / Environmental Impact Assessment
Mari Koyano

B. International / Transboundary Contingency Planning / Emergency Assistance
Osamu Yoshida

5. Armed Conflict and the Environment
Santosh Upadhyay

6. Indigenous Peoples
Stefania Errico

II. Air and Atmosphere
1. Transboundary Air Pollution
Anna Huggins, Ellen Hawkins

2. Ozone Layer
Sairam Bhat, Rohith Kamath

3. Global Climate
Jennifer Allan, Yulia Yamineva

III. Fresh Water
1. International Rivers and Lakes/ Groundwater
Stefano Burchi

IV. Oceans
1. Regional Seas
Gemma Andreone, Ludovica De Benedetti

2. Marine Pollution: B. Vessel Source Pollution
Stefan Kirchner

VI. Hazardous Substances and Waste, Other than Nuclear
1. International Transfer of Restricted or Prohibited Substances
Yu Suzuki

2. Regulation of Chemicals
Ekkehard Hofmann, S Sara M Nazari-Shafti

VII. International Commons / Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction
1. Deep Seabed and Ocean Floor
Ceri Warnock

3. Antarctica
Roser Puig-Marcó

4. Arctic
David L VanderZwaag

VIII. Natural Resource Management and Conservation
1. Nature Conservation: Natural Lands and Biological Diversity: B. Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
Padmavati Manchikanti

C. Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS)
Richard Caddell

3. Trade in Endangered Species
Mazyar Ahmad

4. Fisheries and Marine Mammals
Stefan Kirchner

5. Forests
Balraj K Sidhu, Arunender Singhh

X. Country / Region Reports
1. United States
Robert V Percival

4. Mexico
Paolo Solano, Rebeca Moreno, Damian Flores

5. South America: A. Colombia
José V Zapata Lugo

B. Peru
Luis A López Zamora

C. Argentina
María Florencia Saulino

D. Brazil
Priscila Pereira de Andrade, Carina Costa de Oliveira

E. Chile
Alexandra Tomaselli

6. Nordic Countries: B. Finland
Tuula Honkonen, Seita Romppanen

C. Norway
Maria Madalena das Neves

D. Sweden
Henrik Josefsson

7. Baltic States
Stefan Kirchner

8. Western Europe: C. Portugal
Mário João de Brito Fernandes

H. Italy
Barbara Pozzo, Stefano Fanetti

9. East, Central, and Southern Europe: C. Turkey
Kutay Kutlu

E. Greece
Eleftheria Asimakopoulou

H. Montenegro
Maja Kostić-Mandić

10. Russian Federation
Irina Krasnova

12. South Asia: A. India
Bharat H Desai, Moumita Mandal

13. Southeast Asia: B. Indonesia
Melvin Salahuddin

14. Northeast Asia: A. Japan
Rie Watanabe

B. China
Tang Tang

C. Korea
Jae Gon Lee

15. Africa: A. General Report
Philippe Karpe

C. Congo
Aubin Nzaou

17. New Zealand
David Bullock

18. Australia
Emma Jukić, Margaret A Young

XI. Reports from International Courts and Tribunals
1. International Court of Justice (ICJ)
Balraj K Sidhu

3. International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS)
Miguel García-Revillo

4. World Trade Organization (WTO) Disputes
K D Raju

5. United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) (formerly the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA))
Ankit Malhotra, R Rajesh Babu

6. Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA)
Bharat H Desai, Moumita Mandal

XII. Reports on International Organizations and Bodies
3. European Union (EU)
Stefan Kirchner

4. Global Environment Facility (GEF)
Amrendra Kumar

6. International Labour Organization (ILO)
Shiju Mazhuvanchery

8. International Maritime Organization (IMO)
David Leary

9. Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC)
Paolo Solano, Caitlin McCoy

11. African Union
Aubin Nzaou, Francoise Essola Ngome

14. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
Bharat H Desai

15. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Mohamed Ali Mekouar

16. United Nations General Assembly (UNGA)
Anupam Jha

19. International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Monica Pacheco-Fabig, Emily Gaskin

21. World Trade Organization (WTO)
Sun Young Oh

24. Convention for the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage (World Heritage Convention)
Elizabeth J Brandon

Part 3: Literature Review
Book Reviews
Simone Vezzani, Jurisdiction in International Fisheries Law: Evolving Trends and New Challenges
Valentin J Schatz

Nikolas Sellheim, International Marine Mammal Law
Robert C Steenkamp


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