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Transformative governance of biodiversity: Insights for sustainable development (2021)
Journal Article
Visseren-Hamakers, I. J., Razzaque, J., McElwee, P., Turnhout, E., Kelemen, E., Rusch, G. M., …Zaleski, D. (2021). Transformative governance of biodiversity: Insights for sustainable development. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 53, 20-28. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2021.06.002

While there is much debate on transformative change among academics and policymakers, the discussion on how to govern such change is still in its infancy. This article argues that transformative governance is needed to enable the transformative chang... Read More about Transformative governance of biodiversity: Insights for sustainable development.

The digital resurrection of Margaret Thatcher: Creative, technological and legal dilemmas in the use of deepfakes in screen drama (2021)
Journal Article
Lees, D., Bashford-Rogers, T., & Keppel-Palmer, M. (in press). The digital resurrection of Margaret Thatcher: Creative, technological and legal dilemmas in the use of deepfakes in screen drama. Convergence, 27(3), https://doi.org/10.1177/13548565211030452

This article develops from the findings of an interdisciplinary research project that has linked film practice research with computer science and law in an exercise that seeks to digitally resurrect Margaret Thatcher to play herself in a contemporary... Read More about The digital resurrection of Margaret Thatcher: Creative, technological and legal dilemmas in the use of deepfakes in screen drama.

The French 2021 Bill on the fight against climate change and on resilience strengthening in the face of its effects – first overall impressions (2021)
Journal Article
Dadomo, C. (in press). The French 2021 Bill on the fight against climate change and on resilience strengthening in the face of its effects – first overall impressions. Environmental Liability, 26(4),

The 2021 Climate and Resilience Bill: 12 key measures to give a new impetus in the fight against global warming and a double objective to meet France's international commitments and make the planet more habitable for present and future generations.

The Paris administrative court judgment of 3 February 2021 on climate change: The case of century, or is it? (2021)
Journal Article
Dadomo, C. (in press). The Paris administrative court judgment of 3 February 2021 on climate change: The case of century, or is it?. Environmental Liability,

On 3 February 2021, the administrative court of Paris delivered its first judgment in a very publicised climate litigation case nicknamed the case of the century by the applicant associations. While this judgment is novel in so far as the court reco... Read More about The Paris administrative court judgment of 3 February 2021 on climate change: The case of century, or is it?.

The French citizens’ convention on climate change: The right response to climate change? (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2021, April). The French citizens’ convention on climate change: The right response to climate change?. Paper presented at Thirteenth International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts & Responses (online),, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC (Canada)

Following the French President’s speech of 25 April 2019 in which Emmanuel Macron announced a change in the decision-making process regarding the ecological transition agenda, a Citizens’ Convention for climate change was set up in October 2019. Un... Read More about The French citizens’ convention on climate change: The right response to climate change?.

Protecting unaccompanied children in the UK (2021)
Book Chapter
Dadomo, C., Quénivet, N., & Querton, C. (2021). Protecting unaccompanied children in the UK. In M. D. Panforti, & C. Valente (Eds.), Protecting Unaccompanied Children: Towards European Convergence (303-325). Mucchi Editore

The French citizens’ convention on climate change (2021)
Journal Article
Dadomo, C. (2021). The French citizens’ convention on climate change. IUCN AEL Journal of Environmental Law, 76-84

Following the French President’s speech of 25 April 2019 in which Emmanuel Macron announced a change in the decision-making process regarding the ecological transition agenda, a Citizens’ Convention for climate change was set up in October 2019. Un... Read More about The French citizens’ convention on climate change.

Bringing the Ramsar Convention home: A critical examination of the legal regulation of the ecosystem of Lake Urmia (2021)
Thesis
Ostovar, S. Bringing the Ramsar Convention home: A critical examination of the legal regulation of the ecosystem of Lake Urmia. (Thesis). UWE. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/5628606

The present study investigated the effectiveness of the legal regulations of the ecosystem of the Lake Urmia. Lake Urmia located in northwestern part of Iran between the two provinces of East- Azerbaijan and West- Azerbaijan was declared a wetland of... Read More about Bringing the Ramsar Convention home: A critical examination of the legal regulation of the ecosystem of Lake Urmia.

Is the right to fish an insuperable barrier to ocean recovery in offshore wind farms? (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Appleby, T. (2021). Is the right to fish an insuperable barrier to ocean recovery in offshore wind farms?

What happens when an irresistible force hits an immovable object? The law about the displacement of existing rights by large infrastructure projects is quite tried and tested. Essentially those with property rights are compensated, those who don’t ha... Read More about Is the right to fish an insuperable barrier to ocean recovery in offshore wind farms?.

Regulating the consumer credit market – protecting vulnerable consumers (2020)
Book Chapter
Ryder, N., & Jasinski, D. (2020). Regulating the consumer credit market – protecting vulnerable consumers. In C. Riefa, & S. Saintier (Eds.), Vulnerable Consumers and the Law: Consumer Protection and Access to Justice. London: Routledge

This chapter highlights that product regulation restricts access to credit in a manner which increases the vulnerability of those who find themselves newly priced out of the market, because of the absence of viable alternatives.

Covid-19: “Honey, we forgot the kids”; Why many children in England have lost out in the current crisis and how educational provision needs to change (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C., & Whewell, E. (2020, August). Covid-19: “Honey, we forgot the kids”; Why many children in England have lost out in the current crisis and how educational provision needs to change. Paper presented at International Society of Family Law (ISFL) 17th World Conference (‘Family and Crisis: Going through the Pandemics’), Universidad de Buenos Aires and Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina, Buenos Aires (Argentina)

In 1918, influenza swept across the world and is estimated to have killed between 50-100 million people in one year. Prior to the outbreak of Covid-19, historians and public health specialists alike warned of our vulnerability to a new and devastati... Read More about Covid-19: “Honey, we forgot the kids”; Why many children in England have lost out in the current crisis and how educational provision needs to change.

The social role of occupational pension schemes (2020)
Book Chapter
Kolaczkowski, J. (2020). The social role of occupational pension schemes. In C. Mitchell, S. Agnew, & P. S. Davies (Eds.), Pensions: Law, Policy and Practice. Hart Publishing

Virtual currencies (2020)
Book Chapter
Vessio, M., & Moorcroft, J. (2020). Virtual currencies. In Banking Law and Practice. LexisNexis

The digitisation of the financial services industry is transforming the value chain of banks and financial services providers. Legacy business models are being tested by new industry players – “fintechs” and “big techs”. The private sector is pushing... Read More about Virtual currencies.

Banking Law and Practice (2020)
Book
Vessio, M., & Moorcroft, J. (2020). Banking Law and Practice. LexisNexis

A comprehensive commentary on banking law and practice in South Africa, which includes legislation. The book contains discussions of the case law, legislation, common law principles and the work of academics pertaining to banking law with the rel... Read More about Banking Law and Practice.

A world fit for money laundering: The Atlantic alliance’s undermining of organized crime control (2020)
Journal Article
Young, M. A., & Woodiwiss, M. (2021). A world fit for money laundering: The Atlantic alliance’s undermining of organized crime control. Trends in Organized Crime, 24(1), 70-95. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12117-020-09386-8

This is the untold history of how prominent civil servants in the UK tailored US-devised anti-money laundering (AML) policies in ways that suited the needs of Britain’s financial services industry. In the aftermath of these initial compromises in 198... Read More about A world fit for money laundering: The Atlantic alliance’s undermining of organized crime control.

Follow-ing the money’ 10 years on: Transparency and the fight against banking secrecy (2020)
Book Chapter
Blanco, E. M., & Sanchez, M. J. A. (in press). Follow-ing the money’ 10 years on: Transparency and the fight against banking secrecy. In L. Pasculli, & N. Ryder (Eds.), Corruption, Integrity and the Law. Global Regulatory Challenges, (185-205). (1). UK: Routledge

The chapter begins by tracing the origins of banking secrecy and links its exponential growth since the post-war period to the creation of offshore financial centres (OFCs) – sometimes called tax havens. This proliferation of OFCs situated against th... Read More about Follow-ing the money’ 10 years on: Transparency and the fight against banking secrecy.

Protecting the environment during multinational military operations (2019)
Book Chapter
Das, O. (2019). Protecting the environment during multinational military operations. In The 'Legal Pluriverse' Surrounding Multinational Military Operations. https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780198842965.001.0001

The chapter examines issues concerning the protection of the environment during multinational military operations. Taking into consideration the International Law Commission’s (ILC) recent work regarding the protection of the environment in relation... Read More about Protecting the environment during multinational military operations.

Twin Peaks and the impact of the Consumer Protection Act on financial products and services (2019)
Book Chapter
Vessio, M. (2019). Twin Peaks and the impact of the Consumer Protection Act on financial products and services. In Annual Banking Law Update (ABLU). Juta Law

The Financial Sector Regulation Act came into force on 29 March 2018. The object of the Act is to achieve a stable financial system that works in the interests of financial customers and that supports balanced and sustainable economic growth by estab... Read More about Twin Peaks and the impact of the Consumer Protection Act on financial products and services.