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Environmental Law in Europe

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Edited by: N. Koemann

ISBN13: 9789041197399
ISBN: 9041197397
Published: November 1999
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £270.00

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The significant differences between the environmental legal systems throughout the European Union, together with a scarcity of national environmental law literature written in English, have until now made it difficult to achieve a ready understanding of environmental law and policy in Europe.;This work opens with a practical overview of environmental policy and legal procedures in the European Union, and goes on to examine the environmental system in each of the member states. The 15 country chapters, uniformly structured for easy reference, are each divided into two parts. The first section, contributed by a leading academic, covers the general environmental legislative and regulatory system of each country. The second is written by a practising environmental lawyer and deals with practical aspects of environmental law relevant to commerce and industry. This section aims to answer questions frequently asked by companies and their advisers, and includes discussion of issues relating to the start-up of new companies, change of company activities, mergers and takeovers, environmental licences, environmental impact assessment reports and enforcement procedures.;This book should offer an insight into the main structures and procedures of environmental law in the European Union, and should be a useful reference work for company lawyers, corporate managers, researchers and environmental specialists alike.

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Environmental Law
Preface. About the Authors.
1. European Environmental Law; L.J. Brinkhorst.
2. Litigation in Europe; J. Flynn.
3. Austria; H. Mayer, C. Schmelz.
4. Belgium; M. Faure, et al.
5. Denmark; E.M. Basse, J. Andersen-Moller.
6. Finland; P. Vihervuori, et al.
7. France; N. Vivien, J. Dutheil de la Rochere.
8. Germany; K.A. Pape, K. Schillhorn.
9. Greece; G. Papadimitriou, et al.
10. Ireland; B. Maguire, D.J. Pearson.
11. Italy; F. Gianpietro, A. Mazziotti di Celso.
12. Luxembourg; R. Nothar.
13. The Netherlands; N.S.J. Koeman, J.E.M. Polak.
14. Portugal; D. Freitas do Amaral, et al.
15. Spain; J.C. Calvo Diaz, C. de Miguel.
16. Sweden; M.S. Sillen, R.-M. Lundstrom.
17. United Kingdom; B. Jones, P. Bowes. List of Contributors. Index.