TEMPUS textbook series on European law and European legal cultures.
"European Environmental Law pulls together the most significant material on the subject from legal and other periodicals to form an essential compendium for those wishing to study the role of law in protecting and conserving the environment. The studies are arranged in three sections which examine the Europeanisation of law and policy, analyse the application and enforcement of law and discuss the improvement of standards in Europe."--Provided by publisher.
First published 2003 by Dartmouth Publishing Company and Ashgate Publishing.
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Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
part Part I Europeanization of Environmental Law and Policy chapter 1 Eckard Rehbinder and Richard Stewart (1985), 'Legal Integration in Federal Systems: European Community Environmental Law', American Journal of Comparative Law, 33, pp. 371-446 chapter 2 Dirk Vandermeersch (1987), 'The Single European Act and the Environmental Policy of the European Economic Community', European Law Review, pp. 407-29 chapter 3 Philippe Sands (1990), 'European Community Environmental Law: Legislation, the European Court of Justice and Common-Interest Groups', Modern Law Review, 53, pp. 685-98 chapter 4 derek Osborn (1992), 'The Impact of EC Environmental Policies on UK Public Administration', Environmental Policy and Practice, 2, pp. 199-209 chapter 5 Koen Lenaerts (1994), 'The Principle of Subsidiarity and the Environment in the European Union: Keeping the Balance of Federalism', Fordham International Law Journal, 17, pp. 846-95 chapter 6 Richard Macrory (1996), 'Environmental Citizenship and the Law: Repairing the European Road', Journal of Environmental Law, 8, pp. 219-35 chapter 7 Gerd Winter (1996), 'On the Effectiveness of the EC Administration: The Case of Environmental Protection', Common Market Law Review, 33, pp. 689-717 part Part II Application and Enforcement of European Environmental Law chapter 8 Ludwig Krämer (1991), 'The Implementation of Community Environmental Directives within Member States: Some Implications of the Direct Effect Doctrine', Journal of Environmental Law, 3, pp. 39-56 chapter 9 Ken Collins and David Earnshaw (1992), 'The Implementation and Enforcement of European Community Environment Legislation', Environmental Politics, pp. 213-49 chapter 10 Richard Macrory (1992), 'The Enforcement of Community Environmental Laws: Some Critical Issues', Common Market Law Review, 29, pp. 347-69 chapter 11 Rhiannon Williams (1995), 'The European Commission and the Enforcement of Environmental Law: An Invidious Position', Yearbook of European Law, pp. 351-99 chapter 12 derrick Wyatt (1998), 'Litigating Community Environmental Law - Thoughts on the Direct Effect Doctrine', Journal of Environmental Law, 10, pp. 9-19 chapter 13 Peter Pagh (1999), 'Denmark's Compliance with European Community Environmental Law', Journal of Environmental Law, 11, pp. 301-19 part Part III Improving Environmental Standards in Europe chapter 14 Arline M. Sheehan (1984), 'Chemical Plant Safety Regulation: The European Example', Law and Policy in International Business, 16, pp. 621-40 chapter 15 Nigel Haigh (1987), 'Environmental Assessment - The EC Directive', Journal of Planning and Environmental Law, pp. 4-20 chapter 16 Jan H. Jans (1993), 'Waste Policy and European Community Law: Does the EEC Treaty Provide a Suitable Framework for Regulating Waste?', Ecology Law Quarterly, 20, pp. 165-76 chapter 17 Wouter P.J. Wils (1994), 'The Birds Directive 15 Years Later: A Survey of the Case Law and a Comparison with the Habitats Directive', Journal of Environmental Law, 6, pp. 219-42 chapter 18 Kurt Deketelaere (1997), 'Environmental Planning and Spatial Planning from a European Community Perspective', European Environmental Law Review, November, pp. 307-17 chapter 19 Ludwig Krämer (2000), 'Thirty Years of EC Environmental Law: Perspectives and Prospectives', Yearbook of European Environmental Law, pp. 155-82.