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No. 1/2005

  • Jutta Brunnée: “Enforcement Mechanisms in International Law  and International Environmental Law”
  • Thomas Kiel: “The Future of EMAS-10 years European Environmental Management and Audit Scheme”
  • Delphine Missonne: “Directive on Ecodesign, the way forward regarding IPP ?”
  • Jan De Mulder: “Building a climate policy in Belgium: flexible mechanisms in a flexible state”
  • Lambert Schneider, Jakob Graichen, Nele Matz: „Implications of the Clean Development Mechanisman under the Kyoto Protrocol on other Conventions: The case of HFC-23 destruction”
  • Ingeborg Niestroy: “The network of European Environment and Sustainable Development Advisory Council  EEAC)”

No. 2/2005

  • Jo. J.A. Gerardu and Durwood Zaelke: "The Importance of International Environmental Enforcement Networks - INECE as an example"
  • Terry Shears: "European Union Network for the Implementation and Enforcement of Environmental Law (IMPEL)"
  • Gill Aitken: "NEEL: the Network of EU Environment Lawyers"
  • Helle Tegner Anker: "The Nordic Environmental Law Network (NELN)"
  • Nicolas de Sadeleer: "Networking in the Nordic Countries"
  • Gerd Winter: "The Avosetta Group"
  • Dr. Mar Campins Eritja: "Towards an integrated approach for sustainability labelling and certification"
  • Axel Singhofen: "REACH How far will the new chemicals legislation reach to protect human health and the environment from hazardous chemicals?"
  • Lars Koch and Nicholas A. Ashford: "Rethinking the Role of Information in Chemicals Policy: Implications for TSCA and REACH"


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