Constitutionalizing in the Anthropocene

Publications

(Transnational) Law for the Anthropocene: Revisiting Jessup’s Move from ‘What?’ to ‘How?’

Transnational Legal Theory (2020)

Abstract Taylor & Francis Online

Restoration of Protected Lakes Under Climate Change: What Legal Measures are Needed to Help Biodiversity Adapt to the Changing Climate? The Case of Lake IJssel, Netherlands

Colorado Natural Resources, Energy & Environmental Law Review (2020)

Abstract Read on: Tilburg University

Domestic cats and their impacts on biodiversity: A blind spot in the application of nature conservation law

People and Nature (2020)

Abstract Read on: British Ecological Society

Finse wolvenjacht: Deur op een keer voor ‘ecodictie’ in het Europese Recht?

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Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Europees Recht (2020)

Abstract Read on: Tilburg University

Domestic cats (Felis catus) and European nature conservation law: Applying the EU Birds and Habitats Directives to a significant but neglected threat to wildlife

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Journal of Environmental Law (2019)

Abstract Read on: Oxford Academic

Killing wolves legally: Exploring the scope of lethal wolf management under European nature conservation law

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Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy (2019)

Abstract Read on: Taylor & Francis Online

Book Review: Governing Climate Change: Global Cities and Transnational Lawmaking, by Jolene Lin

Transnational Environmental Law (2019)

Abstract Cambridge University Press

Law, Innovation and Technology: Fast Forward to 2021

Law, Innovation & Technology

Abstract Read on: Taylor & Francis Online

From restoration to reintroduction: A legal assessment of protection of large carnivores in Europe

Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution

Abstract Read on: Tilburg University

Climate Change Mitigation Law and Policy in the United States and Canada

Research Handbook on Climate Change Mitigation Law (2nd ed.)

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