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Vol 21 No 11 Nov/Dec 2016

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Environmental Liability and the Interplay between EU Law and International Law

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ISBN13: 9781138936669
To be Published: December 2016
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £90.00



The role of law in responding to global environmental problems and the interplay between different levels of regulation and governance is becoming increasingly relevant in the field of liability and reparation for environmental damage.

This book examines the relationship and reciprocal influences between the EU and the international legal order in a multilevel and comparative perspective, in relation to the ongoing efforts to elaborate effective regimes of liability and reparation for environmental damage. It addresses questions concerning the impact of interaction on the development, implementation and enforcement of appropriate responses to environmental damage within the respective legal orders and on a global level.

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Subjects:
Environmental Law
Contents:
Part I: Preliminary Questions
1. Defining the Framework of Analysis
2. Environmental Liability in a Global Context
3. Private and Public Aspects of Environmental Harm

Part II: Systems of Environmental Liability in International Law and EU Law
4. The Responsibility and Liability of States in the Environmental Field
5. Private Operators' Liability for Environmental Damage in International Treaties
6. The European Union Approach to Environmental Liability

PART III: Exploring Interactions and Potential Synergies in a Multilevel Context
7. The Relationship Between EU and International Law from a Mutual Supportiveness Perspective
8. Towards The Mutual Supportiveness of International and European Environmental Liability Regimes