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Nature Law and Policy in Europe (eBook)

Edited by: Andrew L.R. Jackson

ISBN13: 9781000861549
Published: April 2023
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
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This volume considers current and future challenges for nature law and policy in Europe.

Following the Fitness Check evaluation of the Birds and Habitats Directives, in 2017 the EU adopted an Action Plan for nature, people and the economy to rapidly improve the Directives’ implementation and accelerate progress towards the EU's biodiversity targets for 2020. More recently, the EU has adopted a Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 and proposed an EU Nature Restoration Law. This book makes a timely contribution by examining the current state of play in light of recent and historical developments, as well as the post-2020 nature law and policy landscape. While evidence suggests that Natura 2000 and the Habitats and Birds Directives have delivered conservation benefits for wildlife in Europe, biodiversity loss continues apace. The book reviews the requirements for an effective international nature conservation system, with reference to the Birds and Habitats Directives. It examines regulatory regimes, current legal issues in the fields of site protection and species protection, the protection of areas outside Natura 2000, recent developments in the EU and the UK, including the implications of Brexit, agriculture and nature conservation, litigation, science and access to justice. Written by leading experts in the field, from a range of stakeholder groups, the volume draws on diverse experiences as well as providing interdisciplinary perspectives.

This volume will be essential reading for students and scholars interested in European environmental policy and law, including lawyers, ecologists, environmental scientists, political scientists, natural resource managers, and planners. It will also be of interest to conservation practitioners, policy-makers and NGOs.

Environmental Law, eBooks
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Recent developments in the implementation of EU nature legislation
Chapter 3: The requirements for an effective international nature conservation system, and the European Union Birds and Habitats Directives
Chapter 4: Ensuring compliance: regulatory regimes under the EU Nature Directives
Chapter 5: The margin of appreciation when applying Article 6(3) and (4) of the Habitats Directive Chapter 6: The trigger for Article 6(3) appropriate assessment: the gateway revisited
Chapter 7: Supporting nature conservation through an ecosystem services policy
Chapter 8: Judicial Review and nature cases in the United Kingdom: current challenges and future opportunities
Chapter 9: Science and the interpretation of the EU Habitats Directive by the Court of Justice of the EU - 2+2=5?
Chapter 10: Strict protection of species in the EU: controversies and trends
Chapter 11: Conservation of areas outside the Natura 2000 network: an historical perspective with an eye to the future

Series: Routledge Research in International Environmental Law

Advancing Agroecology in International Law ISBN 9781032563688
Published October 2023
Nature Law and Policy in Europe ISBN 9780367279974
Published April 2023
Compensation for Environmental Damage Under International Law (eBook) ISBN 9781000034943
Published February 2020
Compensation for Environmental Damage Under International Law ISBN 9780367353230
Published February 2020
Environmental Mediation: An International Survey ISBN 9781138048089
Published December 2017
Environmental Governance of Invasive Species ISBN 9781138292994
Published October 2017
Environmental Governance and Common Pool Resources ISBN 9781138049765
Published September 2017