Publications

Publications Ralph Bodle (né Czarnecki)

  • Bodle, R., 2021 (forthcoming). International Climate Finance: Institutions in the climate regime, in: Mehling, M., Asselt, H. van (Eds.), Research Handbook on Climate Finance and Investment Law. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham.
  • Stockhaus, H., Stein, U., Meinecke, L.F., Gerstetter, C., Bodle, R., Holmes, A., Bueb, B., Hundegger, S., 2021. Potenziale anderer Rechtsbereiche zum Erreichen der Ziele der Wasserrahmenrichtlinie. Umweltbundesamt, Dessau-Roßlau.
  • Bodle, R., Stockhaus, H., Wolff, F., Oberthür, S., 2021. The Future of International Soil Governance, in: Ginzky, H., Dooley, E., Heuser, I.L., Kasimbazi, E., Kibugi, R., Markus, T., Qin, T., Ruppel, O. (Eds.), International Yearbook of Soil Law and Policy 2019, International Yearbook of Soil Law and Policy. Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp. 155–176. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-52317-6_9
  • Bodle, R., Stockhaus, H., Sina, S., Gerstetter, C., Donat, L., Bach, I., Hermann, A., Gailhofer, P., Manhart, A., Schüler, D., Lörcher, M., Feldt, H., Castro, V., Soerensen, A., 2020. International Governance for Environmentally Sound Supply of Raw Materials – Policy Options and Recommendations. Umweltbundesamt, Dessau-Roßlau.
  • Duwe, M., Bodle, R., 2020. ‘Paris Compatible’ Climate Change Acts? : National Framework Legislation in an International World, in: Muinzer, T.L. (Ed.), National Climate Change Acts : The Emergence, Form and Nature of National Framework Climate Legislation, Global Energy Law and Policy. Hart Publishing, Oxford, pp. 43–68.
  • Bodle, R., Stockhaus, H., 2019. Geeignete Rechtsinstrumente für die nationale Umsetzung der bodenbezogenen sustainable development goals, insbesondere des Ziels einer ‘land degradation neutral world.’ Umweltbundesamt, Dessau-Roßlau.
  • Bodle, R., Stockhaus, H., Wolff, F., Scherf, C.-S., Oberthür, S., 2019. Improving international soil governance – Analysis and recommendations. Umweltbundesamt, Dessau-Roßlau.
  • Wunder, S., Bodle, R., 2019. Achieving land degradation neutrality in Germany: Implementation process and design of a land use change based indicator. Environmental Science & Policy 92, 46–55. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2018.09.022
  • Altvater, S., Bodle, R., Landgrebe-Trinkunaite, R., Porsch, L., Roberts, E., 2018. Kosten und Nutzen einer europäischen Bodenrahmen-Richtlinie für Deutschland. Umweltbundesamt.
  • Bodle, R., 2018. Implementing land degradation neutrality at national level: Legal instruments in Germany, in: Ginzky, H., Heuser, I.L., Qin, T., Ruppel, O.C., Wegerdt, P. (Eds.), International Yearbook of Soil Law and Policy 2017. Springer International, Cham, pp. 287–308.
  • Bodle, R., Noens, V., 2018. Climate Finance: Too Much on Detail, Too Little on the Big Picture? Carbon & Climate Law Review 12, 248–257. https://doi.org/10.21552/cclr/2018/3/11
  • Riedel, A., Bodle, R., 2018. Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform – Potential governance arrangements under the Paris Agreements., TemaNord 2018:527. Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen.
  • Bodle, R., Homann, G., 2017. PRTR-Gesetz (SchadRegProtAG). Kommentar. Aktualisierung 2017.
  • Bodle, R., Oberthuer, S., 2017. Legal form of the Paris Agreement and nature of obligations, in: Klein, D., Carazo, M.P., Doelle, M., Bulmer, J., Higham, A. (Eds.), The Paris Agreement on Climate Change: Analysis and Commentary. Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York, pp. 91–103.
  • Bodle, R., Donat, L., Duwe, M., 2016a. The Paris Agreement: Analysis, Assessment and Outlook. Carbon & Climate Law Review 10, 5–22.
  • Bodle, R., Kalcher, L., Roberts, J., 2016b. Early ratification of the Paris Agreement by the EU – legal implications. Legal expert note.
  • Oberthuer, S., Bodle, R., 2016. Legal Form and Nature of the Paris Outcome. Climate Law 6, 40–57. https://doi.org/10.1163/18786561-00601003
  • Williamson, P., Bodle, R., 2016. Update on Climate Geoengineering in Relation to the Convention on Biological Diversity: Potential Impacts and Regulatory Framework, Technical Series. Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Montreal.
  • Bodle, R., Oberthuer, S., Donat, L., Homann, G., Sina, S., Tedsen, E., 2014. Options and Proposals for the International Governance of Geoengineering. Research report for the German Federal Environment Agency, Climate change series. Umweltbundesamt, Dessau-Roßlau.
  • Bodle, R. and Umpfenbach, K. (2015): The links between reporting requirements under the UNFCCC and EU governance of 2030 targets. Policy Brief for the European Climate Foundation, Ecologic Institute, Berlin. https://www.ecologic.eu/12529
  • Donat, L., Bodle, R., 2014. A Dynamic Adjustment Mechanism for the 2015 Climate Agreement. CCLR 8, 23–34.
  • Bodle, R., 2013. Climate Law and Geoengineering, in: Hollo, E.J., Kulovesi, K., Mehling, M. (Eds.), Climate Change and the Law, Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice. Springer Science & Business Media, Dordrecht, pp. 447–470.
  • Bodle, R., Homann, G., 2013. PRTR-Gesetz (SchadRegProtAG). Kommentar.
  • Bodle, R., 2012. The Regulatory Framework for Climate-Related Geoengineering Relevant to the Convention on Biological Diversity. Part II of: Geoengineering in Relation to the Convention on Biological Diversity: Technical and Regulatory Matters, Technical Series. Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Montreal.
  • Bodle, R., 2010. Geoengineering and International Law: The Search For Common Legal Ground. Tulsa Law Review 46, 305–322.
  • Bodle, R., Kraemer, R.A., 2010. Wer darf am Thermostat drehen? Der rechtliche Rahmen von Geo-Engineering. Politische Ökologie, Geo-Engineering : Notwendiger Plan B gegen den Klimawandel? 28, 44–47.
  • Czarnecki, R., 2009. Wasserrecht, in: Terwiesche, M. (Ed.), Handbuch des Fachanwalts Verwaltungsrecht. Luchterhand, Köln, pp. 1749–1788.
  • Czarnecki, R., Guilanpour, K., 2009. The Adaptation Fund after Poznan. Carbon & Climate Law Review 2009, 79–87.
  • Czarnecki, R., 2008a. Verteilungsgerechtigkeit im Umweltvölkerrecht: Dogmatik und Umsetzung. Duncker & Humblot, Berlin.
  • Czarnecki, R., 2008b. Gezielte Wetterveränderungen als Rechtsproblem. ZUR 19, 134–141.
  • Czarnecki, R., Mehling, M., Meyer-Ohlendorf, N., 2008. International trade policy in a world of different carbon prices, in: European Parliament (Ed.), Competitive Distortions and Leakage in a World of Different Carbon Prices. Study PE 408.544. European Parliament, pp. 23–34.
  • Czarnecki, R., Lenski, E., 2007. Fallrepetitorium Völkerrecht, Zweite, überarbeitete und aktualisierte Auflage. ed, Springer-Lehrbuch. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
  • Czarnecki, R., 2006a. Umweltgerechtigkeit in der Fernstraßenplanung, in: Kloepfer, M. (Ed.), Umweltgerechtigkeit. Environmental Justice in Der Deutschen Rechtsordnung. Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, pp. 116–146.
  • Czarnecki, R., 2006b. Umweltgerechtigkeit im Klimaschutz und Emissionshandel, in: Kloepfer, M. (Ed.), Umweltgerechtigkeit. Environmental Justice in Der Deutschen Rechtsordnung. Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, pp. 278–301.
  • Kühne, R., Czarnecki, R., 2005. Informationsansprüche Gegenüber Kommunalen Unternehmen. LKV 481–485.
  • Czarnecki, R., 2004. Internationales und europäisches Umweltrecht, Umweltrechtsvergleichung, in: Umweltrecht. Beck, München, pp. 616–733.
  • Czarnecki, R., Altmann, J., Fischer, H., Van der Graaf, H., 1998. Maintaining Consent: The Legality of Ground Sensors in UN Peace Operations, in: Sensors for Peace: Applications, Systems and Legal Requirements for Monitoring in Peace Operations. United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, Geneva, pp. 155–217.
  • Czarnecki, R., 1995. The Protection of Minorities Under Art. 27 CCPR and the Individual Complaints Procedure, Bochum: Brockmeyer, Institut fuer Friedenssicherungsrecht und Humanitäres Völkerrecht Studien. Brockmeyer, Bochum.
  • Czarnecki, R., 1994a. Die Operation Türkis in Ruanda. Humanitäres Völkerrecht – Informationsschriften 195–198.
  • Czarnecki, R., 1994b. Blauhelme als Geiseln. Humanitäres Völkerrecht – Informationsschriften 75–77.

Other

  • Guest editor and editorial of Carbon & Climate Law Review Vol. 3 (2009) No. 3: “Legal and institutional dimensions of the Copenhagen regime” (with Camilla Bausch and Michael Mehling).