Environmental Policy and Law
The journal for decision-makers
ISSN: 0378-777X
Volume 41; 6 issues
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 41:3) online on 22 July 2011
Next issue (volume 41:4) scheduled for September 2011

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Editor-in-Chief
Dr. Wolfgang E. Burhenne
c/o International Council of Environmental Law (ICEL)
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Managing Editor
Tomme R. Young

Former Editor
Marlene Jahnke

ICEL Representatives to the United Nations
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Vienna
Dr. Otto Dietrich


Geneva
Laura Covino-Kerpelman

Milena Bellini Sheppard


Nairobi
Donald W. Kaniaru


Bangkok
Dr. Panat Tasneeyanond


Beirut
Samar Malek


Santiago
Dr. Eduardo Astorga Jorquera


Paris
Mireille Jardin


Pacific
Ian Fry

 
Advisory Board
Amb. Bagher Asadi, IranProf. Mohamed Ali Mekouar, Morocco
Dr. Hans Blix, SwedenProf. Charles Odidi Okidi, Kenya
Dr. Parvez Hassan, PakistanProf. Nicholas Robinson, USA
Marlene Jahnke, United KingdomProf. Dinah Shelton, USA
Hon. Arnoldo José Gabaldon, VenezuelaProf. Rüdiger Wolfrum, Germany
Mr. Donald W. Kaniaru, KenyaProf. Alexander Yankov, Bulgaria
Prof. Stephen McCaffrey, USA 

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Aims and Scope 
This international journal is created to encourage the exchange of information and experience on all legal, administrative and policy matters relevant to the human and natural environment in its widest sense: air, water and soil pollution as well as waste management; the conservation of flora and fauna; protected areas and land-use control; development and conservation of the world's non-renewable resources. In short, all aspects included in the concept of sustainable development. For more than two decades Environmental Policy and Law has assumed the role of the leading international forum for policy and legal matters relevant to this field. Environmental Policy and Law is divided into sections for easy accessibility. These sections cover the activities of the United Nations and its specialized agencies, other international developments, regional activities within the framework of European Union, AU, ASEAN, etc., and developments at the national level from all over the world. An important and distinctive feature is the publication of selected documents appearing with the minimum of delay, which are not easily accessible, such as the resolutions from non-public meetings of parliamentarians, guidelines or draft conventions not yet published or newly concluded agreements. Environmental Policy and Law fills a gap left by other publications. Subscribers are politicians, government officials at the highest level of decision-making, academics, scientists, practising lawyers, firms, and private persons wishing to keep up to date on contemporary policies and practices.
 
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