Tort and Environment liability law – Mining Law

The new Dutch Mining Law: How to succeed  in law without really trying.
13 Environmental Liability, 2005, pp.128-134 (London)

Liability for pure economic loss: Rule or exception? 
European Review of Private Law, 1999 (4), p. 397-428.

Transboundary pollution and liability issues: private law vs public international law approaches. The cases of the rivers Rhine and Meuse.
Glazewski en G. Bradfield (Ed.’s), Environmental Justice and the Legal Process, Cape Town 1999, p. 303-338

Liability in tort for the detrimental use of fresh water resources under Dutch law in domestic and international cases. 
E.H.P. Brans, E.J. de Haan, A. Nollkaemper en J. Rinzema (Eds), The Scarcity of Water, Kluwer International: Den Haag 1997, p. 196-211 (Chapter 12)

Legal Aspects of Non-Point Source Pollution of the River Meus. 
Non-Point Source River Pollution: the Case of the River Meuse. Technical, Legal, Economic and Political Aspects, London: Kluwer Law International 1996, p. 39-61 (Proceedings Conference, Rotterdam 1995)

The use of tort actions in public interest cases in The Netherlands. 
R.M.G.E. Foqué (Ed.), Geïntegreerde rechtswetenschap , Arnhem 1994, p. 479-494 

Legal issues arising from the Rhine contracts. 
Environmental Contracts and Covenants: New Instruments for a Realistic Policy? Lelystad 1993, p. 117-130

Environmental liability – continental style. 
Review of European Community and International Environmental Law (RECIEL)1993-4, p. 394-401

The case of the river Rhine: the Rotterdam contribution. 
P. Thomas (Ed.), Water Pollution, Law and Liability, London: Graham & Trotman 1993, p. 75-87.