The compilation, produced by the Secretariat of the International Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement (“INECE”), along with the Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development and the Program on Governance for Sustainable Development at the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, at the University of California in Santa Barbara, is a two volume collection of literature by both academics and practitioners that details the strengths and weaknesses of environmental compliance within legal systems. Editors Durwood Zaelke, Director of the INECE Secretariat, Donald Kaniaru, Managing Partner of Kaniaru & Kaniaru Advocates in Nairobi, Kenya, and Eva Kružíková, co- founder and Director of the Institute for Environmental Policy in the Czech Republic, offer valuable, introductory overviews to each of the topics and articles included in the book, in addition to the included literature.
Shiffman, Cari. "Making Law Work: Environmental Compliance & Sustainable Development by Durwood Zaelke, Donald Kaniaru, and Eva Kružíková Cameron May Ltd., 2005." Sustainable Development Law & Policy, Fall 2005, 68,70.