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The latest volume of the NYIL focuses on international legal responses to the global environmental crisis.

The new Netherlands Yearbook of International Law with the theme A Greener International Law—International Legal Responses to the Global Environmental Crisis has been released. 

Our ACCJ member, Merle Kooijman, wrote a contribution titled, ‘From Anthropos to Oikos in International Criminal Law: A Critical-Theoretical Exploration of Ecocide as an ‘Ecocentric’ Amendment to the Rome Statute’. It argues that an ecocentric core crime cannot redeem ICL’s anthropocentric conditions.

Available now on Springer.


Mr. M. (Merle) Kooijman MA

Faculty of Law

Criminal Law