3 J. Ct. Innovation [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/jrlci3 and id is 1 raw text is: INNOVATION
Vlume 3 Number 1 0 Winter 2010
THE ROLE OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL JUDICIARY
A Word from the Executive Editors m Juanita Bing Newton and Michelle S. Simon . .. .. . .. i
Issue Editor's Note: The Role of the Environmental judiciary 0 Christopher Riti ........ iii
About the Journal of Court Innovation  ..................................... ix
INTRODUCTION
An Institute for Enhancing Effective Environmental Adjudication = Sheila Abed de Zavala,
Antonio Herman Benjamin, Hilario G. Davide Jr., Alexandra Dunn, Parvez Hasson, Donald W
Kaniaru, Richard Macrory, Brian John Preston, Nicholas A. Robinson and Merideth Wright ..... I
Increase in Environmental Courts and Tribunals Prompts New Global Institute
m George Pring and Catherine Pring  .......................................I I
SURVEY OF ENVIRONMENTALTRIBUNALS AND REGULATORY SCHEMES
The Austrian Environmental Senate = Verena Madner .........................  23
Environmental Courts and the Development of Environmental Public Interest
Litigation in China m Alex L.Wang andJie Goo ............................... 37
Environmental Law and Administrative Courts in Finland
m justice Erkki J. Hollo, justice Pekka Vihervuori and justice Kari Kuusiniemi .............5 I
Environmental Courts and Tribunals in England and Wales-
ATentative New Dawn m Richard Macrory   ................................. 61
On the Quest for Green Courts in India = Bharat H. Desai and Balraj Sidhu .......... 79
The Role of Courts in Environmental Law-Nordic Perspectives
m Helle Tegner Anker and Annika Nilsson  ................................... Ill
Green Courts Initiative in the Philippines
m Hon. Hilario G. Davide Jr. and Sara Vinson . ................................ 121
The judiciary and Environmental Governance in Singapore = Lye Lin Heng ..........I 33
Some Brief Observations on Fifteen Years of Environmental Rights
jurisprudence in South Africa = Louis J. Kotze and Anel du Plessis .................. 157
Experiences of Sweden's Environmental Courts m Ulf Bjlls ................... 177

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