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Casebook on EU Environmental Law 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9781841131726
ISBN: 1841131725
Previous Edition ISBN: 042147310X
Published: August 2002
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £60.00

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This work comments on 50 key judgments which the Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance have given on European Community environmental law. For each judgment, the facts and procedures are described, followed by an extract of the essential parts of the judgment and a commentary which places the judgment into its legal, environmental and political context.

The 50 cases have been selected in order to cover all substantive and procedural aspects of Community Environmental Law, as regards the provisions of the EC Treaty (cases 1 to 9), horizontal problems (cases 10 to 18), water and air (cases 19 to 25), products and noise (cases 26 to 32), nature protection (cases 33 to 38), waste management (cases 39 to 45) and procedural questions (cases 46 to 50). Particular emphasis has been laid on commenting on recent judgments: thus, the oldest case which is discussed dates from 1991 and 43 of the 50 judgments were given in 1996 or later.

The book provides a clear insight into the jurisdiction of the European Courts and should be of particular use to practitioners of national and Community environmental law, researchers, law students and administrators.

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Environmental Law
Part 1
General principles: the choice of the legal basis
environmental protection outside the national territory
member states' right for more protective measures
internal market and environmental protection' interpreting EC environmental law
member states owe an environmental result
direct effect of community law
implementation by circulars
community environmental law and criminal law.
Part 2
Horizontal problems: a right to pollute
environment and transport
environmental aid to industry
environmental taxes
prevention of industrial accidents
access to environmental information
the impact of the environment of projects
environmental reporting
internal market reporting.
Part 3
Water and air: majority decisions in water law
programmes to reduce water pollution
the battle on drinking water
waste water treatment in Brussels
quality of fish water and shellfish water
ozone-depleting substances
air quality standards.
Part 4
Products and noise: dangerous chemicals in the community
biotechnology - policy and law
pesticides in the environment
ecolabels on products
total harmonisation and the environment
products and nature protection
community noise policy and law.
Part 5
Nature protection: bird habitats
habitat protection in the EC
protecting specific habitats
directive 92/43 and its habitats
habitats and economic development
hunting of birds.
Part 6
Waste management: local monopolies in waste
clean-up of sites
recycling used oil
planning in waste management
European waste lists
recoverable waste - a product?
the legal basis for waste measures.
Part 7
Procedural questions: penalty payments in EC environmental law
access to European courts
preliminary judgements
application under Article 226 EC Treaty
interim measures for the environment.