6 edition of European environmental law found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Gerd Winter.|
|Series||TEMPUS textbook series on European law and European legal cultures ;, v. 3|
|LC Classifications||KJC6242 .E97 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 443 p. :|
|Number of Pages||443|
|ISBN 10||1855215608, 1855215640|
|LC Control Number||95044458|
Heads of state meet in something different — the European Council — which until recently had very little to do with environmental policy. He has published widely about these topics with leading international journals and publishers. Love ; P. This is followed by a chapter on the role lawyers play in protecting the environment and which offers interesting insights in to the way in which environmental law is developing.
However, the empowerment of the Parliament seems to have reduced its green credentials as it now appears less willing to adopt green amendments. Perhaps more importantly, national authorities must give precedence to directly effective EC law over contrasting national law. Articles should be approximately 2, words in length. However, the Treaty text was interpreted dynamically, enabling environmental policy to be regarded as an essential goal of the Community, even though it was not explicitly mentioned.
The minimum margin should be at least 25mm 1 inch at head and foot and on the left and right of the page. This being the case, it is perhaps inevitable that in terms of its structure, the individual chapters lack a necessary degree of cohesion. However, more recently the European Council has played an important role in EU climate change policy in particular. Other groups, notably Greenpeacewhich advocated direct action to preserve endangered species, often clashed violently with opponents.
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Federico Lenzerini Federico Lenzerini is Ph. Consequently, there are likely to be no panaceas. The new movement had a broader goal—to preserve life on the planet.
This is done by deliberately making connections to German environmental law in order to illustrate and make comprehensible the interplay between international environmental law, European environmental law, and -- in referring to the German case -- national environmental law.
In a condensed manner, the guide provides an overview of the fundamentals and most significant developments of environmental law, focusing on international and European environmental law.
To what extent do EU environmental directives preclude more stringent national environmental standards? The renewed strategy contained more detailed arrangements for implementation, monitoring and follow-up. Show paragraphs by indenting the first: line, not by extra space between paragraphs.
It would appear in this area, which is critical to environmental liability, that more of the change will be coming from the United States legislatures than from the courts. Hence, European and international environmental politics and policies are constantly interacting and thus mutually constitutive.
Chapter 8 examines the scope for unilateral action by Member States. Marco et al. See also R. He has been visiting professor in several foreign universities and provided over lectures in more than 20 different countries.
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This fourth edition discusses all major environmental directives and regulations, integrating important judgments of the Court of Justice with their interpretation. Bush many acts were allowed to expire and the scope of environmental protection was curtailed.
Chapter 3 contains an updated version of Kramer's interpretation of the provisions contained in the Single European Act as far as they are significant to the environment.
Ehrlich, comp. It is proper that the chapter concludes with an examination of the obstacles to the effectiveness of the Community's environmental policy. Bibliography For a general introduction, see C.
Yet, there would seem ample opportunities for individuals to rely directly on environmental Directives when national laws do not sufficiently incorporate EC environmental law. The New Environmentalism In the s and s, the public was becoming aware that conservation of wilderness and wildlife was but one aspect of protecting an endangered environment.
In recent years the demand for evaluations of EU policies and programmes has increased as the importance of evaluation has become more widely recognised. Headings should be brief. Indeed, for a long time, a number of factors kept the whole issue of poor implementation down or off the political agenda, but today it is much more politicised, pushed along by the campaigning activities of NGOs and pro-integration actors such as the European Parliament.
Despite the importance of the principle, Kramer's examination reveals that it lacks specificity and involves numerous interpretative problems. NEPA requires all federal agencies to file impact statements assessing the environmental consequences of proposed projects such as highways, jet runways, bridges, dams, and nuclear power plants.Sep 17, · The book Environmental Criminal Liability and Enforcement in European and International Law assesses legal, theoretical and practical questions of harmonisation of national environmental criminal law and the mechanisms for cooperation by sovereign states under European and International Law, with a particular emphasis on legislative Author: Ricardo M.
Pereira. This fourth edition discusses all major environmental directives and regulation This leading monograph on European environmental law has been completely updated and revised, taking into account new case law of the Court of Justice, recent environmental directives and Brand: Jan H.
Jans. International Journal of Environment and Pollution 'The book provides an overview of the more important environmental challenges facing the Commission and the Community and undoubtedly will be a useful text for anyone interested in European environmental law.' The Yearbook of European Environmental Law.
Table of Contents. Feb 24, · This chapter introduces the principles important to European environmental law. More precisely, it discusses the general principles of subsidiarity and proportionality, integration and sustainable development, as well as the environmental principles, precaution, prevention, rectification at source and the polluter atlasbowling.com: Geert Van Calster, Leonie Reins.
Hollins, Steve, A source book of European Community environmental law (). Law Library Bibliography Coll. Z E5 H65 General Works. Biermann, Frank, Saving the atmosphere: international law, developing countries and air pollution ().
Law Library K B54 European Energy and Environmental Law Review is an established bi-monthly journal which presents comprehensive coverage of the latest developments in energy and environmental law throughout Europe.
In addition to this, the journal contains concise, accessible articles which explore and anlyse significant issues and developments in energy and environmental law and practice throughout.