The IUCN Academy of Environmental Law series
Edited by Paul Martin and Amanda Kennedy
List of contributors Introduction: a jurisprudence of environmental governance? Paul Martin and Amanda Kennedy 1 Accelerating the evolution of environmental law through continuous learning from applied experience Paul Martin and Donna Craig 2 Assessing environmental governance of the Hudson River Valley: application of an IPPEP model Wang Xi, Richard L. Ottinger, Nicholas A. Robinson, Albert K. Butzel, Marla E. Wieder, John Louis Parker, Taryn L. Rucinski, Radina R. Valova and Wang Pianpian 3 Putting the train of environmental protection on track: Nova Scotia’s experiment in using legislation to strengthen environmental governance Meinhard Doelle and William Lahey 4 Has environmental impact assessment (EIA) lost credibility? Recent concerns from Australia and Canada Wayne Gumley 5 Contamination and the polluter pays principle Emma Lees 6 Possible legal obligations to consult Tanya Howard and Solange Teles Da Silva 7 Implementing international water agreements Alistair Rieu-Clarke and Josefin Gooch 8 Fouling Adam’s Eden: a legal analysis of the collective action challenge in Lake Victoria Omondi Robert Owino 9 Marine protection treaties in Antarctic Waters: fragmentation or coordination in international treaty implementation Gregory Rose vii 1 27 50 69 91 118 134 156 174 191 v Columns Design XML Ltd / Job: Martin-Implementing_Environmental_Law / Division: Prelims /Pg. Position: 1 / Date: 14/7 JOBNAME: Martin PAGE: 6 SESS: 5 OUTPUT: Tue Jul 14 16:12:02 2015 vi Implementing environmental law 10 The effectiveness of instrument mixes in environmental law: insights from ship-source pollution Javier de Cendra 11 Implementing environmental law and collaborative governance Cameron...