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Queen Mary studies in international law ; v. 21. 1877-4822.
Update and extended version of author's thesis (doctoral - University of Essex Law School, 2009) issued under title: The harmonisation of environmental criminal law in the European Union.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 351-373) and index.
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Introduction The role of the criminal law for the protection of the environment The internationalisation of environmental criminal law : rationales, basis and prospects The degrees of harmonisation of environmental criminal law The competence to harmonise environmental criminal law in the European Union The harmonisation of substantive environmental criminal law and penalties Could the harmonisation of environmental criminal law improve the enforcement of environmental law? Concluding remarks.