Internationalization and interdisciplinarity have been identified as priorities already in 2010, in launching the Journal and bringing it to the attention of the academic community.
The Journal does not only aim at targeting the public of Italian scholars, but also intends to take part in the transnational debate which is in progress about the evolution, nature, transformations and limits of environmental law. In order to open up the Journal to the reading and active involvement of foreign legal scholars, some strategic choices have been made: many distinguished scholars from all continents have joined the International Advisory and Peer Review Board; multilingualism has been promoted and implemented by accepting manuscripts in Italian, English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish; each issue of the Journal will include written contributions from different legal experiences, so as to reflect pluralistically and representatively the multiple inspirations of environmental law in the various geographic areas of the world, respecting the different doctrinal traditions also in relation to their own methodological approach and citation style.
On the other hand, in addition to the legal knowledge and, therefore, beyond the wide range of legal disciplines (administrative, constitutional, international, European, comparative, civil, agricultural, criminal, etc .) primarily concerned by the “polyhedron” of environmental law, the Journal intends to give due importance to contributions from non-legal sciences related to environmental issues, such as ecological economics, environmental ethics and philosophy, environmental sociology, food sciences.
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