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Dr Antonio Cardesa-Salzmann




Environmental Governance in Scotland on the UK's Withdrawal from the EU. Assessment and Options for Consideration : A Report by the Roundtable on Environment and Climate Change
Austin Lloyd, Cardesa-Salzmann Antonio, Gemmell Campbell, Hughes Jonathan, Savaresi Annalisa
Monitoring and compliance mechanisms
Cardesa-Salzmann Antonio
Biodiversity and Nature Protection LawBiodiversity and Nature Protection Law, (2017)
La Agenda 2030 y los objetivos para el desarrollo sostenible : una mirada crítica sobre su aportación a la gobernanza global en términos de justicia distributiva y sostenibilidad ambiental
Cardesa-Salzmann Antonio, Pigrau Antoni
Revista Española de Derecho Internacional Vol 69, pp. 279-285, (2017)
The implications of Brexit for environmental law in Scotland
Cardesa-Salzmann A., Combe M.M., Geelhoed M., McHarg A., Ntona M., Reid C.T., Roger A., Savaresi A., Sindico F., Switzer S.
Measuring environmental injustice : how ecological debt defines a radical change in the international legal system
Manzano Jordi Jaria I, Cardesa-Salzmann Antonio, Pigrau Antoni, Borràs Susana
Journal of Political Ecology Vol 23, pp. 381-393, (2016)
Multilateral environmental agreements and illegality
Cardesa-Salzmann Antonio
Handbook of Transnational Environmental CrimeHandbook of Transnational Environmental Crime, (2016)

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Beyond Sustainable Development. Addressing Distributional and Governance Gaps through Global Constitutionalism?
Transnational Environmental Law and the Resilience of International Law: Shaping Illegality in Multilateral Environmental Treaties
Beyond Development: Facing Governance Gaps in International Economic Law Through Constitutionalism?
Global Constitutionalism, TWAIL, or Pluralism? Exploring New Interdisciplinary Methodologies to Cope with the Global Ecological Crisis

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Literature Review for the Scottish Sentencing Council: Environmental and Wildlife Offences in Scotland and other jurisdictions
Cardesa-Salzmann, Antonio (Principal Investigator) Campbell, Donald (Co-investigator)
This literature review, which has been commissioned by the Scottish Sentencing Council, will summarise existing academic, legal and statistical work on the sentencing of environmental and wildlife offences. It aims to inform and support the work of the Scottish Sentencing Council, particularly its commitment to drafting a guideline on the sentencing of environmental and wildlife offences.
Amount: £ 9,609.60
Period 11-Apr-2018 - 30-Jun-2018
JARA Studentship - Iyan Offor
Switzer, Stephanie (Principal Investigator) Cardesa-Salzmann, Antonio (Co-investigator)
Period 01-Oct-2017 - 30-Sep-2020

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