Environmental Law Review

Journal

Environmental law is a subject which, by the very nature of the subject matter, crosses many jurisdictions. Pollution across borders is an obvious example, but the assessment of environmental risk is a growing area for lawyers worldwide and again risks know no boundaries and can cross states and nations. Environmental Law Review has quickly established itself as a forum for critical discussion of current and developing ideas in environmental law. It maintains a dialogue between leading edge practitioners and academics in the fields of environmental law, environmental management and business. Whatever your professional interest, you will benefit from the analyses, criticisms and recommendations of colleagues and competitors published in Environmental Law Review. The journal keeps you in touch with current issues in UK law and policy, as well as crucial new developments in European and nternational law ensuring the you and your clients are operating within the law.

Online ISSN: 1740-5564
Print ISSN: 1461-4529

SOURCE CURRENCY
1 SEPTEMBER 2019, Volume 21, Issue 3

Citation: ELR 21 3 (169)

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Articles
A ticking time bomb? Liverpool declares a climate emergency: What next?
What's the lender liability risk for soil pollution in the People's Republic of China? An evaluation of China's new Soil Pollution and Control Law in the light of the USA and UK regimes
Implementation of the international legal framework regarding climate change in developing countries; A review of Nigeria, Kenya, and Botswana's environmental provisions governing climate change
'Our Waste, our Resources; A Strategy for England'– Switching to a circular economy through the use of extended producer responsibility
The future of environmental governance
Quarterly Comment by Trinity Chambers

Case Notes
Is Japanese Knotweed inherently damaging? Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd v Williams and Waistell [2018] EWCA Civ 1514

Reviews
Book Reviews: Changing Contexts in Spatial Planning, New Directions in Policies and Practices
Book Reviews: Legal Strategies for the Development and Protection of Community Property

Contributors

Antonia Layard , University of Exeter Case notes editor
Brian Jack , Queen's University of Belfast Case notes editor
Christopher Miller , University of Salford Book reviews editor
Edward Keeble , Slaughter and May Update editor
Herbert Smith Case notes editor
Karen Morrow , University of Leeds Legislation editor
Maria Cull Case notes editor
Professor Christopher Rodgers , University of Newcastle Co-editor
Professor Lynda Warren , University of Wales Aberystwyth Co-editor