xviii, 510 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.
9781138019584 (hardback) 1138019585 (hardback) 9781315777290 (e-book)
Routledge research in EU law.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Global objectives and scope of the Habitats Directive : what does the obligation of result mean in practice? The European hamster in Alsace /Marc Clement Added value of the Habitats Directive : is biodiversity better protected since the Directive entered into force? /Carlos Romao Site selection and designation under the Habitats and Birds Directives : a Sisyphean task? /Hans Erik Woldendorp Concept of 'conservation objectives' in the Habitats Directive : a need for a better definition? /Lucile Stahl Instruments for active site management under Natura 2000 : balancing between stakeholders and nature conservation? /Inigo Lazkano Appropriate impact assessment : the key to effective integration of nature conservation issues into land-use planning /Francis Haumont Compensatory measures under Article 6(4) of the Habitats Directive : no net loss for Natura 2000? /Donald Mcgillivray Species protection in the European Union : how strict is strict? /Kees Bastmeijer Impact of species protection on land-use planning via the environmental assessment: towards a more proactive approach? /Christoph Sobotta Trading in wildlife under the Habitats and Birds Directives : restricted movement of species V free movement of goods /Nicolas De Sadeleer Threshold for liability for ecological damage in the EU: mixing environmental and conservation law /Valerie Fogleman Property rights and nature conservation /Gerd Winter Implementation and enforcement of the Habitats Directive /Ludwig Kramer Transboundary nature conservation : are there no boundaries within the Natura 2000 network? /Alexandra Aragao Restoring nature in the EU : the only way is up? /Hendrik Schoukens Connectivity : is Natura 2000 only an ecological network on paper? /Jonathan Verschuuren Habitats Directive and climate change : is the law climate-proof? /Arte Trouwborst IAS beyond the Habitats Directive : a momentum for further EU harmonization? /Delphine Misonne How to cope with the unknown : a few things about scientific uncertainty, precaution and adaptive management /Eve Truilhe-Marengo Under fire from all directions : Swedish wolf management hunting scrutinized by Brussels and at home /Yaffa Epstein Natura 2000 and fisheries : a question of competence or willingness? /Harm Dotinga Marine species protection and management in the European Union : who will save our dolphins? /Sarah Gregerson Nature conservation and water management : one battle? /Marleen Van Rijswick Biodiversity and agriculture : greening the CAP beyond the status quo? /Hendrik Schoukens Biodiversity outside protected areas : an outlaw waiting to be saved? /Geert Van Hoorick Ecosystem services : the real value of nature /Kathleen Mertens Habitat offset and banking : will it save our nature? Perspectives for a more comprehensive and flexible approach to nature protection /Moritz Reese.
KJE6255.A431992 H33 2015
London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2015.