European Energy and Environmental Law Review

Volume 24 (2015)

ISSUE 1
'Achieving the EU Air Policy Objectives in Due Time: A Reality or a Hoax?', Samvel Varvaštian, Issue 1, pp. 2–11
'Minimize Risk of Carbon Sequestration through Environmental Impact Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment', Mary Sabina Peters, Issue 1, pp. 12–16
'State Aid for the Production of Electricity from Renewable Energy Resources', Raf Callaerts, Issue 1, pp. 17–26

ISSUE 2
'Sustainable Development is Emerging as a Core Tenet of WTO Case Law. To What Extent has it Helped Enshrine this as a Legal Concept?', Marijke Schurmans, Issue 2, pp. 28–34
'An Assessment of CCS Risk Analysis Mechanisms used by EU Commission', Behdeen Oraee-Mirzamani, Issue 2, pp. 35–41

ISSUE 3
'EU's Procedure for Concluding International Environmental Treaties', Boryana Gotsova, Issue 3, pp. 44–54
'Science-based Risk Regulation under the SPS Agreement of the WTO: An Appraisal Post-US/Canada Continued Suspension of Obligations in the EC-Hormones Dispute', S. R. Subramanian, Issue 3, pp. 55–69

ISSUE 4
'Fostering Competition at the Expense of Free Movement? – An Analysis of the Loi Nomé in the Light of Export Restrictions and Measures having Equivalent Effect', Sirja-Leena Penttinen, Issue 4, pp. 72–82
'EU Regulation 1143/2014 and the Bern Convention: Allied Forces in the War on Invasive Alien Species in Europe', Arie Trouwborst, Issue 4, pp. 83–99

ISSUE 5
'Climate Change Litigation against States: The Perils of Court-made Climate Policies', Lucas Bergkamp, Jaap C. Hanekamp, Issue 5, pp. 102–114
'Enforcement of EU Environmental Law: Taking Stock of the Evolving Union Legal Framework', Martin Hedemann-Robinson, Issue 5, pp. 115–129
'Book Review', Nelson F. Coelho, Issue 5, pp. 130–132

ISSUE 6
'EU Water Quantity Management in International River Basin Districts: Crystal Clear?', Cathy Suykens, Issue 6, pp. 134–143
'All Roads (Used To) Lead to Brussels: The Future of EU-Created Environmental Law in Eastern Europe', Amanda Lilah Harb, Issue 6, pp. 144–161

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