The Yearbook of European Environmental Law brings together topical analyses of contemporary European Environmental Law. Leading European and American academics provide in-depth scholarly articles covering a wide range of challenging issues. The Yearbook contains an easily accessible Annual Survey providing legal practitioners, academics, and policy-makers with detailed and indispensable information on current and future European environmental law. In addition the Yearbook features summaries and full texts of preparatory commission documents, green books, and other discussion papers, as well as a selection of reviews of books.
ARTICLES; Motorway Tolls and Sustainable Transport Policy; Guidance Without Constraint: Assessing the Impact of the Precautionary Principle on the European Community's Chemicals Policy; Ten Years of European Environmental Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS): Future Perspectives; Displacing Remedies from Environmental to Planning Law: The Enforcement of Contaminated Land Legislation in Britain; The Impact of the Convention on Biological Diversity on the Utilization of Plant Genetic Resources and Benefit Sharing; TOWARDS ENVIRONMENTAL INTERGRATION IN EC EXTERNAL RELATIONS? A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SELECTED ASSOCIATION AGREEMENTS; CURRENT SURVEY; SUBSTANTIVE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTAL LAW; I. Atmospheric Pollution; II. Energy; III. Biotechnology; IV. Chemicals; V. Nature Conservation; V1. Waste; VII. Water; VIII. Horizontal Instruments; IX. Miscellaneous Instruments; Case Law of the European Court of Justice; REVIEW OF BOOKS; DOCUMENTS
I commend this series to all environmental scholars, practitioners and students in European Environmental Law.What sets it apart from other publications of this kind is the breadth of its coverage and the acknowledged academic and practical expertise and experience of its Editors and Editorial Committee. Overall this series provides a comprehensive and informative overview of recent and current developments covering a broad spectrum of environmental issues affecting EU Member States. It is however of interest to a much wider audience and offers its readers in other parts of the world, a rich cache of well-written articles and other reference material that will easily serve as the basis for a comparative analysis with other environmental legal and policy regimes. Michael Jeffrey QC, Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law