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Environmental Policy and Law - Volume 29, issue 5

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Price: EUR 150.00
ISSN 0378-777X (P)
ISSN 1878-5395 (E)

Environmental Policy and Law is an international, interdisciplinary journal that facilitates an understanding of environmental policy and law issues not only by drawing upon and contributing to the environmental social sciences, but also linking the health, natural, and computer sciences. The aim of the journal is to promote communication among academia, government, business and industry, and non-governmental organizations who are instrumental in the solving of environmental problems. It publishes policy commentaries, short reports, a range of peer-reviewed content including research and review articles, and more.

The journal’s scope encompasses a wide range of environmental and natural resource issues, including biodiversity loss, climate change, desertification, environmental pollution and wastes, forest conservation, ozone depletion, renewable and non-renewable natural resources, sustainability, transboundary pollutant flows, and the management of marine and fresh-water resources, and the interaction among these issues. It emphasizes links between these environmental issues  and social and economic issues such as production, transport, consumption, growth, demographic changes, well-being, and health. The journal invites analyses that are at the forefront of academic debate and that are of practical significance and policy relevance. 

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Strengthening the Field of Environment

Promotion of International Cooperation

Wetlands and Sustainable Development

Possible Amendments Discussed

Kyoto Protocol: Some Provisions Too Vague

Steady Progress at Latest Session

Ongoing Work

Global Trade and the Environment

New Perspectives for Monitoring Migratory Animals

Environment Council Approved

Water: Difficulties with Framework Directive

Environment Council

High-Level Talks

Making its Environmental Laws Work

Survey of the Modern Ecological Law

References to other Topics

Strategy to Curb Use of PVC

Tokyo Declaration on Global Commons

Ministerial Declaration (Excerpt)