Books and journal articles published by EJRU members since 2015.
Afzal, N., Stavros Afionis, Stringer, L. C., Favretto, N., Sakai, M., Sakai, P. 2021. Benefits and Trade-Offs of Smallholder Sweet Potato Cultivation as a Pathway toward Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Sustainability 13(2): 552. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13020552
Pereira, Ricardo. 2021 ‘Public Participation, Indigenous Peoples’ Land Rights and Major Infrastructure Projects in the Amazon: The Case for a Human Rights Assessment Framework’ 30 Review of European, Comparative and International Environmental Law: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/reel.12400
Afionis, Stavros, Mkwambisi, D. D. and Dallimer, M. 2020. Lack of cross-sector and cross-level policy coherence and consistency limits urban green infrastructure implementation in Malawi. Frontiers in Environmental Science 8, article number: 558619. (10.3389/fenvs.2020.558619)
Afionis, Stavros and Stringer, L. C. 2020. Fuelling friendships or driving divergence? Legitimacy, coherence, and negotiation in Brazilian perceptions of European and American biofuels governance. Energy Research and Social Science 67, article number: 101487. (10.1016/j.erss.2020.101487)
Centner, T. J. and Ludivine Petetin, ‘Divergent Approaches Regulating Beta Agonists and Cloning of Food Animals: United States and European Union’ (2020) 28(5-6) Society and Animals 613-632
Dallimer, M.et al. 2020. Taking stock of the empirical evidence on the insurance value of ecosystems. Ecological Economics 167, article number: 106451. (10.1016/j.ecolecon.2019.106451)
Grear, Anna (ed) Environmental Justice (International Library of Law and the Environment Series) (Series Editor: Janet E Milne) (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020).
Grear, Anna and David Bollier (eds) The Great Awakening: New Modes of Life Amidst Capitalist Ruins. (Punctum Press 2020).
Grear, Anna. 2020. ‘Legal Imaginaries and the Anthropocene: ‘Of’ and ‘For’ (2020) 31/3 Law and Critique Special issue: ‘Laws for the Anthropocene’, 351-366.
Grear, Anna. ‘Staying with the Trouble: Environmental Justice for the Anthropocene-Capitalocene’ (Editor’s introduction) in Environmental Justice (International Library of Law and the Environment Series) (Series Editor: Janet E Milne) (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020).
Grear, Anna. ‘Embracing Vulnerability: Notes Towards Human Rights for a More-Than-Human World’ in D Bedford and J Herring (eds.) Embracing Vulnerability: The Challenges and Implications for Law (London, Routledge, 2020), 153-176.
Grear, Anna. ‘Resisting Anthropocene Neoliberalism: Towards New Materialist Commoning?’ in A Grear and David Bollier (eds) The Great Awakening: New Modes of Life Amidst Capitalist Ruins (New York, Punctum Press, 2020) 317-355.
Favretto, N.et al. 2020. Delivering climate-development co-benefits through multi-stakeholder forestry projects in Madagascar: opportunities and challenges. Land 9(5), article number: 157. (10.3390/land9050157)
Pereira, Ricardo ‘After the ICC Office of the Prosecutor 2016 Policy Paper on Case Selection and Prioritisation: Towards an International Crime of Ecocide?’ 31 Criminal Law Forum (2) 2020.
Pereira, Ricardo ‘The Development of Environmental Criminal Law Enforcement in the European Union: From Institutional Fragmentation to European Environmental Criminal Justice Governance?’ in Pereira, R., Engel, A. and Miettinen, S (eds.) ‘The Governance of Criminal Justice in the European Union: Transnationalism, Localism and Public Participation in an Evolving Constitutional Order ’(Edward Elgar, 2020)
Petetin, Ludivine ‘The COVID-19 Crisis: An Opportunity to Integrate Food Democracy into Post-Pandemic Food Systems’ (2020) 11(S2) European Journal of Risk Regulation 326-336
Petetin, Ludivine ‘La Dimension Agricole du Brexit’ in Le Déméter 2020 (Iris éditions, 2020) 119-128
Sakai, P.et al. 2020. Understanding the implications of alternative bioenergy crops to support smallholder farmers in Brazil. Sustainability 12(5), article number: 2146. (10.3390/su12052146)
Varvastian, Sam and F. Kalunga. 2020 ‘Transnational Corporate Liability for Environmental Damage and Climate Change: Reassessing Access to Justice after Vedanta v. Lungowe.’ Transnational Environmental Law 9(2) 323-345, Cambridge University Press, ISSN 2047-1025
Caddell, Richard (with Lydia Teh, Edward Allison, Elena Finkbeier, John Kittinger Katrina Nakamura and Yoshitaka Ota) (2019) “The Role of Human Rights in Implementing Socially Responsible Seafood.” 14 PLOS One e0210241.
Grear, Anna. 2019. Anthropocene “Time”? A reflection on temporalities in the ‘New Age of the Human’ In Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (ed) Routledge Handbook of Law and Theory. London: Routledge.
Hughes, Hannah and Vadrot, A. B. M. 2019. Weighting the world: IPBES and the struggle over biocultural diversity. Global Environmental Politics 19(2), pp. 14-37. (10.1162/glep_a_00503)
Hughes, Hannah, Suiseeya, K. R. M. and Vadrot, A. B. M. 2019. Special section: Methodological innovation in the study of global environmental agreement making. Global Environmental Politics 19(2).
Kwek, D. H. B. 2019. Critique of imperial reason: Lessons from the Zhuangzi. Dao 18(3), pp. 411-433.
Petetin, Ludivine (2019) Managing novel food technologies and Member States’ interests: shifting more powers towards the Member States?. In: VarJu, M. ed. Between Compliance and Particularism: Member State Interests and European Union Law. Springer.
Pontin, B (2019) The Environmental Case for Brexit: A Socio-Legal Perspective (Oxford: Hart Publishing 2019)
Varvastian, Samvel (2019) ‘The Human Right to a Clean and Healthy Environment in Climate Change Litigation‘, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law & International Law (MPIL) Research Paper (19-09)
Varvastian, Samvel (2019) ‘The Revised EU Air Quality Policy and Public Health’, in Stefania Negri (ed) Environmental Health in International and EU Law: Current Challenges and Legal Responses. London: Routledge
Caddell, Richard (2018) ‘Precautionary Management and Emerging Fishing Opportunities: The International Regulation of New and Exploratory Fisheries’ 33 International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 199-262.
Caddell, Richard (2018) ‘International Environmental Governance and the Final Frontier: The Protection of Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems in Deep-Sea Areas beyond National Jurisdiction’ 29 Yearbook of International Environmental Law.
Hughes, Hannah (2018) Environmental Security. In: Kutting, G. and Herman, K. eds. Global Environmental Politics: Concepts, Theories and Case Studies. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 66-82.
Caer Smyth (2018) ‘Being Reasonable: How does rationality affect participatory environmental governance?’ in HT Anker and BE Olsen (eds), Sustainable Management of Natural Resources: Legal Instruments and Approaches. Intersentia.
Davis, Kirsten, Adelman, Sam, Grear, Anna, Iorns Magellenes, Catherine, Kerns, Tom and Rajan, S Ravi (2017) ‘The Declaration on Human Rights and Climate Change: a new legal tool for global policy change’. Journal of Human Rights and the Environment 8:2.
Anna Grear, ‘Foregrounding Vulnerability: Materiality’s Porous Affectability as a Methodological Platform’ in A Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos and V Brookes (eds.) Handbook of Research Methods in Environmental Law. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Anna Grear, ‘Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Chthulucene’: Re-encountering Environmental Law and its ‘Subject’ with Haraway and New Materialism’ in L Kotze (ed.) Environmental Law and Governance for the Anthropocene. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
Pereira, Ricardo (2017) ‘Towards effective implementation of the EU environmental crime directive? The case of illegal waste management and trafficking offences.’ Review of European, Comparative and International Environmental Law 26.
Petetin, Ludivine (2017) ‘Precaution and Equivalence – The Critical Interplay in EU Biotech Foods’ European Law Review 43 (forthcoming).
Smismans, Stijn and Elen Stokes (2017) ‘Innovation Types and Regulation: The Regulatory Framing of Nanotechnology as “Incremental” or “Radical” Innovation.’ European Journal of Risk Regulation 8:2, 364-386.