Research Publications for Alexander M Gillespie
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Gillespie, A. (2014). The next big challenge in fresh-water pollution. In Fresh Water -- Fresh Thinking Forum. Conference held at InterContinental Hotel, Wellington, New Zealand.
Gillespie, A. (2014). International Environmental Law, Policy, and Ethics (2nd Edition ed.). Oxford University Press.
Gillespie, A. M. (2014). [Keynote]: The case for Valentia as World Heritage. In Help Preserve & Restore the '8th Wonder of the World': A Benefit to Celebrate Ireland's Contribution to Industrial World Heritage. American Irish Historical Society, New York, USA.
Gillespie, A. M. (2014). A global solution to the risk of international shipping in particularly sensitive sea areas: A feasibility study for the Salish Sea. In 2014 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference. Conference held at Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Seattle, Washington, USA.
Gillespie, A. (2013). The Causes of War: 3000 BCE to 1000CE. UK: Hart Publishing Ltd.
Gillespie, A. (2012). The limits of international environmental law: military necessity v. conservation. Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy, 23(1), 2-38.
Gillespie, A. (2012). Science, values and people: the three factors that will define the next generation of international conservation agreements. Transnational Environmental Law, 1(1), 169-182. doi:10.1017/s204710251100001x
Gillespie, A. (2011). The distant sound of alarm bells in the wonder country. New Zealand Journal of Environmental Law, 15, 51-87.
Gillespie, A. (2011). Noise pollution, the oceans, and the limits of International Law. In Yearbook of International Environmental Law (pp. 1-26). doi:10.1093/yiel/yvr005: Oxford University Press.
Gillespie, A. (2011). A history of the laws of war: Volume 2 The customs and laws of war with regards to civilians in times of conflict. Oxford, the United Kingdom: Hart Publishing Ltd.