International Environmental Law-making and Diplomacy
Editorial process and peer-review
All papers published in the Review undergo a rigorous editorial process (which process includes careful scrutiny and research by the editors, numerous rewrites, and approval for publication only after consideration by the Board). Each paper is read several times by each of the editors, and returned several times to the authors for rewriting and the addressing of queries. By the time a paper is published in the Review the editors and the editorial board are satisfied that it meets all that could be expected of it in terms of formal presentation and high academic standards, and that it makes a genuine contribution both to the special theme and to knowledge generally.
While convinced of the quality of all of the papers in the Review, the editors introduced for the 2012 volume an anonymous peer-review process where authors requested this.
The articles on the Reviews are based on lectures given during the Courses. On each Course, the lectures were delivered by experienced hands-on diplomats, government officials and members of academia.
Ms. Sylvia Bankobeza, Legal Officer, Division of Environmental Law and Conventions (DELC)
Prof. Michael Kidd, University of KwaZulu Natal, School of Law
Prof. Tuomas Kuokkanen, UEFniversity of Eastern Finland, Law School / Ministerial Adviser, Ministry of the Environment of Finland
Ms. Elizabeth Mrema, Deputy Director, Division of Environmental Policy Implementation (DEPI)
Ms. Barbara Ruis, Legal Officer, UNEP Regional Office for Europe
Prof. Ed Couzens, University of KwaZulu-Natal, School of Law
Dr. Tuula Honkonen, University of Eastern Finland Law School
Ms. Melissa Lewis, Lecturer, University of KwaZulu-Natal, School of Law
Once published, the Reviews are free for download in .pdf format from the links below:
We have few printed copies that can be delivered to previous course participants by request.