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2016: Faculty Scholarship Review of Approaches to and Best Practices in the Regulation of Hydraulic Fracturing in Canada: Appendix M of the Final Report of the Newfoundland & Labrador Hydraulic Fracturing Review Panel Abstract  NLHFRP
William Lahey
 
2004: Faculty Scholarship Climate Change and the WTO: Opportunities to Motivate State Action on Climate Change Through the World Trade Organization Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2016: Faculty Scholarship Functional Interactions and Maritime Regulation: The Mutual Accommodation of Offshore Wind Farms and International Navigation and Shipping Abstract  SSRN
Aldo Chircop
 
2016: Faculty Scholarship Nova Scotia's Cap & Trade System: A Modest Proposal Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2014: Faculty Scholarship A New Regulatory Framework for Low-Impact/High-Value Aquaculture in Nova Scotia Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle, William Lahey
 
2016: Faculty Scholarship Fulfilling the Promise: Basic Components of Next Generation Environmental Assessment Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2016: Faculty Scholarship Sustainable Arctic Shipping: Are Current International Rules for Polar Shipping Sufficient? Abstract  SSRN
Aldo Chircop
 
2008: Faculty Scholarship Current Legal Developments: International Union for The Conservation of Nature Abstract  SSRN
David VanderZwaag
 
2016: Faculty Scholarship Integrating Climate Change into EA: Thoughts on Federal Law Reform Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2013: Faculty Scholarship The Evolution of Federal EA in Canada: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back? Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2012: Faculty Scholarship Climate Governance at the Municipal Level in Canada: A Case Study of Mitigation Efforts in Halifax Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2015: Faculty Scholarship Aquaculture Governance in Canada: A Patchwork of Approaches Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle, Phillip Saunders
 
2016: Faculty Scholarship Polyjural and Polycentric Sustainability Assessment: A Once-in-a-Generation Law Reform Opportunity Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2014: Faculty Scholarship The Role of the UNFCCC Regime in Ensuring Effective Adaptation in Developing Countries: Lessons from Bangladesh Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2015: Faculty Scholarship The Sydney Tar Ponds Case: Shutting the Door on Environmental Class Action Suits in Nova Scotia? Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2001: Faculty Scholarship The Arctic Environmental Protection Strategy, Arctic Council and Multilateral Environmental Initiatives: Tinkering While the Arctic Marine Environment Totters Abstract  SSRN
David VanderZwaag
 
2013: Faculty Scholarship Putting the Train of Environmental Governance Back on Track: Nova Scotia’s Experiment in Using Legislation to Strengthen Environmental Governance Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle, William Lahey
 
2012: Faculty Scholarship Carbon Capture and Storage in the CDM: Finding its Place Among Climate Mitigation Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2011: Faculty Scholarship The Arctic Council at 15 Years: Edging Forward in a Sea of Governance Challenges Abstract  SSRN
David VanderZwaag
 
2016: Faculty Scholarship The Paris Climate Agreement – Assessment of Strengths and Weaknesses Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2010: Faculty Scholarship Compliance and Enforcement in the Climate Change Regime Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2012: Faculty Scholarship Governing Information: A Three Dimensional Analysis of Environmental Assessment Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2013: Faculty Scholarship The ICJ, ITLOS and the Precautionary Approach: Paltry Progressions, Jurisprudential Jousting Abstract  SSRN
David VanderZwaag
 
2007: Faculty Scholarship Invasive Seaweed: Global and Regional Law and Policy Responses Abstract
David VanderZwaag
 
2011: Faculty Scholarship The Precautionary Approach and the International Control of Toxic Chemicals: Beacon of Hope, Sea of Confusion and Dilution Abstract  SSRN
David VanderZwaag
 
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