Publications

Through the work of the U.S.-Asia Partnership, faculty and students of Vermont Law School and its partners conduct extensive research on practical approaches to strengthen environmental governance and rule of law in China and throughout Asia. Past student and faculty research has been supported by the Lingnan Foundation, the Rockfeller Brothers Fund, and USAID, among others.

Follow the links below for a sampling of U.S.-Asia Partnership faculty and partner scholarship, Joint Research Project papers, newsletters, and research resources. Please feel free to contact us with any questions regarding the U.S.-Asia Partnerships' scholarship and publications.

Read the U.S.-Asia Partnerships for Environmental Law's Asia Environmental Governance Blog.

"Rules and Practices of Citizen Suits Settlement: Lesson from the United States," Book of Public Interest Litigation in Environmental Protection Review, edited by Li Dun (Legal Press) (forthcoming 2017)

​AnAnalysis on the Implementation Effects of India's Access and Benefit Sharing Regime on Biological Resources and Relevant Traditional Knowledge, Journal of Guizhou Normal University (Social Science), 2015, No.192(01) 98-103​

​ComparativeStudy on Comprehensive and Centralized Jurisdiction Model of Specialized Environmental Courts and Tribunals, Journal of China University of Political Science and Law, Issue 1, 2015: 62-71​

Analysison the India’s Access and Benefit Sharing Regime on Biological Resources and Relevant Traditional Knowledge, Journal of Guizhou Social Science, October, 2014