How does the design of our biodiversity governance rules affect compliance?
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Making EU Nature Law More Effective
Professor Suzanne Kingston, PI on this project, has published an insightful paper in Revue Européenne du Droit. The paper summarises Effective Nature Law's work over the past 5 years, mapping the evolution and effectiveness of the EU's environmental governance laws. [...]
ENGOs in the Netherlands: Access to Justice from an empirical perspective
One of the main purposes of the Aarhus Convention is to promote a wide access to justice in environmental matters for Environmental NGOs, with the aim of improving the enforcement of environmental laws. Based on qualitative research among 35 Dutch ENGOs, [...]
Of the People, by the People, for the People ? Th e European Union ’ s Experience with Private Environmental Regulation and Enforcement
Delighted to announce that team members Professor Kingston, PI, and Edwin Alblas have completed the publication of 'Of the people, by the people, for the people? Private environmental enforcement in the EU. In: de Cock Buning M, Senden L (eds) Private [...]
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