The EIEL module fosters the publication and dissemination of the results of academic research on the implementation of European and international environmental law and the regulation of emerging environmental problems.
The EIEL publications contribute to give visibility to the module and establish it as a best practice in the study and research of European environmental law and policy.
They promote debate on the module’s core themes among the research community, while simultaneously providing students and scholars with valuable resources that could be used as primary or supplementary reading materials and/or in academic research.
As part of the research efforts that will go into the preparation of the module, the EIEL team specifically plans to release at least two academic publications. The first publication will be a journal article, to be published in a peer-reviewed specialistic journal. The second publication will consist of an edited volume which will represent the culmination of the research and dissemination activities of the EIEL module, gathering the contributions of the different experts and partner organisations that will participate in various ways during its implementation.
Riccardo Pavoni, ‘Sustainable Development as a Cornerstone of Cities’ Engagement with International Law’ (2021) 30(1) Italian Yearbook of International Law 59.
Dario Piselli, ‘Review of The Gabčíkovo-Nagymaros Judgment and Its Contribution to the Development of International Law, edited by Serena Forlati, Makane Moïse Mbengue and Brian McGarry’ (2021) 30(1) Italian Yearbook of International Law 589.
Previous publications under the EULawSD Jean Monnet module
Riccardo Pavoni and Dario Piselli, ‘EU Biodiversity Law and its Health Impacts’ in Stefania Negri (ed) Environmental Health in International and EU Law: Current Challenges and Legal Responses (Routledge 2019).
Dario Piselli, ‘Review of Sustainable Development Goals: Law, Theory and Implementation, edited by Duncan French and Louis Kotzé’ (2019) 28(1) Italian Yearbook of International Law 619.
Riccardo Pavoni and Dario Piselli, ‘Review of Governing Through Goals: Sustainable Development Goals as Governance Innovation, edited by Norichika Kanie and Frank Biermann’ (2017) 6(3) Transnational Environmental Law 551.
Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza
Università degli Studi di Siena
Via P.A. Mattioli 10
53100 Siena (Italy)
Phone: +39 0577 233194
Office Hours: Tuesdays, hrs 11.00-13.00
Who we are
The EIEL module, hosted by the University of Siena, aims to provide students, practitioners and civil society with in-depth knowledge about the state of the art of European and international environmental law and policy, its achievements and challenges, and its interaction with emerging environmental issues and landmark intergovernmental processes.