European Energy and Environmental Law Review

Volume 18 (2009)

'Is Harmonisation Always Effective? The Implementation of the Environmental Liability Directive', Kristel De Smedt, Issue 1, pp. 2–18
'UK Climate Change Agreements: An Evaluation of Performance to Sate and Options for the Future', Nia Davies, Zen Makuch, Issue 1, pp. 19–33
'The Long Arm of REACH: How to Navigate Through the Compliance Process', Reshad Forbes, Issue 1, pp. 34–50
'“Unbundling”, “Reciprocity” and the European Internal Energy Market: WTO Consistency and Broader Implications for Europe', Victor van Hoorn, Issue 1, pp. 51–76
'Beyond the Carbon Economy: Energy Law in Transition', Don Zillman, Catherine Redgwell, Yinka Omorogbe, Lila K. Barrera–Hernandez, Issue 1, pp. 77–78

'Germany – the Drafting of an Environmental Law Code', Christiane Trüe, Issue 2, pp. 80–90
'Protection of the Environment Through Criminal Law:A Question of Competence Unabated?', Diane Ryland, Issue 2, pp. 91–111
'Burden of Proof in Environmental Disputes in the WTO: Legal Aspects', Henrik Horn, Petros C. Mavroidis, Issue 2, pp. 112–140
'Book Review', Martha M. Roggenkamp, Catherine Redgwell, Iñigo del Guayo, Anita Rønne, Issue 2, pp. 141–143
'Further Books Available for Review', Issue 2, pp. 144–144

'Alternative Financial Guarantees for Environmental Liabilities under the ELD', Hubert Bocken, Issue 3, pp. 146–170
'Restructuring the Electricity Sector in the EU and in Russia', Malte Petersen, Issue 3, pp. 171–179
'The Epilogue in the MOX Plant Dispute: An End Without Findings', Nikolaos Lavranos, Issue 3, pp. 180–184
'Liberalisation of the Energy Sector – Is It Reserved for Countries with Overcapacity?', Sylvia Halima Adetoro, Issue 3, pp. 185–190

'Copenhagen and Beyond – How to Provide the New Climate Deal with a State-of-the-Art Non-Compliance Mechanism', Lars Hoffmann, Issue 4, pp. 192–203
'SIEFs and Dispute Resolution', Philippe Péters, Issue 4, pp. 204–208
'Resolving Disputes Involving Accidental Pollution by Oil: What are the Challenges?', David O. Adetoro, S.H. Adetoro, Issue 4, pp. 209–214
'The Legal Value of General Principles, Technical Norms and Standards in European Nuclear Safety Law: The Imbalance Between Soft and Hard Law and the Need for Global Regulatory Governance', L. Veuchelen, Issue 4, pp. 215–228

'The Liberalization Process and Third Party Access in the Electricity Network in Greece and the UK', Konstantinos Nikolaou, Issue 5, pp. 230–242
'Biochar and Waste Law: A Comparative Analysis', Caroline Van den bergh, Issue 5, pp. 243–253
'Regulatory Exemptions for New Gas Infrastructure. A Key Challenge for European Energy Policy', Marek Szydło, Issue 5, pp. 254–269
'ECJ Judgement – Grand Chamber, C-558/07 – 7 July 2009', CH Erbsloh KG, Issue 5, pp. 270–271

'Sustainable Banking: The Commercial and Legal Impacts of Private Self-Regulatory Initiatives', Peter Yeoh, Issue 6, pp. 274–288
'Does the Polluter Pay? The Polluter-Pays Principle in the Case Law of the European Court of Justice', Arne Bleeker, Issue 6, pp. 289–306
'Dispute in Climate Change Adaptation Finance – Towards a convergent outcome for the COP-15', Nicola Peart, Issue 6, pp. 307–333
'Book Review: Puvimanasinghe, Shyami, Foreign Investment, Human Rights and the Environment', Anna Vidiaev, Issue 6, pp. 334–337

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