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The Greening of European Business Under Eu Law: Taking Article 11 TFEU Seriously (eBook)

Edited by: Beate Sjafjell, Anja Wiesbrock

ISBN13: 9781317664710
Published: November 2014
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
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The relationship between environmentally sustainable development and company law and related areas of business law and policy has emerged in recent years as a matter of major concern for many scholars, policy-makers, businesses and nongovernmental organisations.

This book combines a conceptual analysis of the principles of sustainable development and environmental integration in the EU legal system with a particular focus on Article 11 TFEU and its impact on business in the EU. Article 11 TFEU states that European Union policies and activities must integrate environmental protection requirements with an emphasis on promoting sustainable development and the book investigates the role played by Article 11 TFEU in specific areas of EU law affecting European businesses.

The book gives an overview of the role played by the environmental integration principle in EU law, both at the level of European legislation and at the level of Member State practice. It explores a number of issues related to the role played by Article 11 TFEU in the EU legal system, including its history, its function in the Treaties and its significance for EU institutions and Member States.

Contributors to the volume identify and analyse the main legal issues related to the importance of Article 11 TFEU in various policy areas of EU law affecting European businesses, such as company law, insurance and state aid. In drawing together these strands the book sets out what the requirement of environmental integration means for the regulation of business in the EU.

Environmental Law, eBooks
1. Introduction, Beate Sjåfjell and Anja Wiesbrock

Part 1
2. The Drafting of the Integration Obligation, Julian Nowag
3. Article 11 in Light of the Principle of Sustainable Development in International Law, Christina Voigt
4. Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection Within the System of the EU Sources: a Normative Theory, Ottavio Quirico and Imtiaz Omar
5. The significance of Article 11 TFEU for EU institutions and Member States, Beate Sjåfjell

Part 2
6. Is applying principles the principal matter? Insurance to promote integration of environmental protection in business activities, Johanna Rosenqvist
7. Article 11 TFEU and State Aid, Anja Wiesbrock
8. Article 11 TFEU and European Company Law and Corporate Governance, Beate Sjåfjell
9. Article 11 TFEU and Integrated Reporting, Tineke Lambooy
10. Creating a Coherent Environmental Protection in European Union Law? An Analysis of Life Cycle Thinking in Product Regulation, Eléonore Maitre Ekern
11. Conclusion, Beate Sjåfjell and Anja Wiesbrock