1. In many cases, existing Anti-Money Laundering legislation is shaped by unrealistic political expectations and inconsistent design. This book outlines key deficiencies of existing law and develops policy proposals to enhance both effectiveness and respect for fundamental rights.

  2. This book analyzes the legal issues arising from and relating to environmental loss and damage. It does so from a comparative and interdisciplinary perspective, examining both public and private law aspects. It takes into consideration specific legal issues concerning liability, compensation and restoration of damage in different sectors and jurisdictions.

  3. This book analyses the emerging concept of ‘non-regression’ as a novel legal principle of international environmental law. In order to do so, it traces the development of related concepts in the framework of international human rights law and advocates their application to international environmental law using a novel approach of comparative law method.