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Professor Ole Pedersen
Accountability and Offsetting in Environmental Law Enforcement2022
Anna McClean
Professor Ole Pedersen
Who Owns the Heat? The Scope for Geothermal Heat to Contribute to Net Zero2021
Dr Emma Lees
Professor Ole Pedersen
Environmental Adjudication2020
Professor Ole Pedersen
The networks of human rights and climate change: The State of the Netherlands v Stichting Urgenda, Supreme Court of the Netherlands, 20 December 2019 (19/00135)2020
Professor Ole Pedersen
A Study of Administrative Environmental Decision-Making before the Courts2019
Professor Ole Pedersen
Environmental Law and Constitutional and Public Law2019
Professor Ole Pedersen
Revisiting the Role of Negotiation and Trivialisation in Environmental Law Enforcement2019
Professor Ole Pedersen
Professor Anthony Zito
Fracking Frames and the Courts2018
Professor Ole Pedersen
Perspectives on Environmental Law Scholarship: Essays on Purpose, Shape and Direction2018
Professor Ole Pedersen
The Contingent Foundations of Environmental Law2018
Professor Ole Pedersen
The Culture of Environmental Law and the Practices of Environmental Law Scholarship2018
Professor Ole Pedersen
Environmental Adjudication: Mapping the Spectrum and Identifying the Fulcrum2017
Professor Ole Pedersen
Environmental Law2017
Professor Ole Pedersen
Resilience in Environmental Law: Epistemic Limitations and the Role of Participation2017
Professor Ole Pedersen
Regulation, Enforcement and Governance in Environmental Law, 2nd edition. By Richard Macrory [Book review]2015
Mika Martikainen
Professor Ole Pedersen
Germline edits: Heat does not help debate2015
Professor Ole Pedersen
Review: Versions of Academic Freedom by Stanely Fish, (2015)2015
Professor Ole Pedersen
The Rhetoric of Environmental Reasoning and Responses as Applied to Fracking2015
Professor Ole Pedersen
Legal Reasoning in Environmental Law: A Study of Structure, Form and Language by Douglas Fisher [Book review]2014
Professor Ole Pedersen
From Abundance to Indeterminacy: The Precautionary Principle and its Two Camps of Custom2014
Professor Ole Pedersen
Opinion: What Happened to Environmental Justice?2014
Professor Ole Pedersen
The Limits of Interdisciplinarity and the Practice of Environmental Law Scholarship2014
Professor Ole Pedersen
The Price is Right: Aarhus and Access to Justice2014
Professor Ole Pedersen
Environmental Enforcement Undertakings and Possible Implications: Responsive, Smarter or Rent Seeking?2013
Professor Ole Pedersen
Environmental Law2013
Professor Ole Pedersen
Environmental Rights and Future Generations2013
Professor Ole Pedersen
Environmental Risks, Rights and Black Swans2013
Professor Ole Pedersen
Modest Pragmatic Lessons for a Diverse and Incoherent Environmental Law2013
Professor Ole Pedersen
Review of: Green Governance: Ecological Survival, Human Rights, and the Law of the Commons, by Burns H. Weston and David Bollier2013
Professor Ole Pedersen
Review: Green Governance: Ecological Survival, Human Rights, and the Law of the Commons by Burns H. Weston and David Bollier2013
Professor Ole Pedersen
A Perfect Moral Storm2012
Professor Ole Pedersen
An International Environmental Court and International Legalism2012
Dr Rob Dickinson
Dr Elena Katselli
Colin Murray
Professor Ole Pedersen
Examining Critical Perspectives on Human Rights2012
Colin Murray
Professor Ole Pedersen
Examining Critical Perspectives on Human Rights: An Introduction2012
Professor Ole Pedersen
A Bill of Rights, Environmental Rights and the UK Constitution2011
Professor Ole Pedersen
C Cullinan, Wild Law: A Manifesto for Earth Justice2011
Professor Ole Pedersen
Contemporary issues in international environmental law by Malgosia Fitzmaurice [book review]2011
Professor Ole Pedersen
Environmental Justice in the UK: Uncertainty, Ambiguity and the Law2011
Professor Ole Pedersen
Price and participation: the UK before the Aarhus Convention's Compliance Committee2011
Professor Ole Pedersen
The Janus-Head of Human Rights and Climate Change: Adaptation and Mitigation2011
Professor Ole Pedersen
Climate Change and Human Rights: Amicable or Arrested Development?2010
Professor Ole Pedersen
'Climategate': Group Polarisation and Hockey Tricks2010
Professor Ole Pedersen
Diversity, Dissonance and Denial: Exploring The Canengusian Environmental Connection2010
Professor Ole Pedersen
Environmental Principles and Environmental Justice2010
Professor Ole Pedersen
Justice and Sustainable Development:Compatibility or Conflict? A Scottish Case Study2010
Professor Ole Pedersen
The Ties that Bind: The Environment, the European Convention on Human Rights and the Rule of Law2010
Professor Ole Pedersen
Environmental justice: lessons on definition and delivery from Scotland2009
Professor Ole Pedersen
Review of Access to Environmental Justice: A Comparative Study A. Harding (ed.) Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 20072009
Professor Ole Pedersen
Transatlantic Movements of Justice: A Story of Inspiration and Diversity2009
Professor Ole Pedersen
Benefits and Costs of the Environment: Copenhagen Consensus 20082008
Professor Ole Pedersen
Environmental Justice2008
Professor Ole Pedersen
European Environmental Human Rights and Environmental Rights: A Long Time Coming?2008
Professor Ole Pedersen
The Scottish Executive's Environmental Justice Fund – A Year On2008
Professor Ole Pedersen
The Scottish Executive’s Environmental Justice Fund2007