The Yearbook of European Environmental Law brings together topical analyses of contemporary European Environmental Law. Leading European and American academics provide in-depth scholarly articles covering a wide range of challenging issues. The Yearbook contains an easily accessible Annual Survey providing legal practitioners, academics, and policy-makers with detailed and indispensable information on current and future European environmental law. Established reporters clearly and critically examine national responses to this increasingly complex body of European law. In addition the Yearbook features summaries and full texts of preparatory commission documents, green books, and other discussion papers, as well as a selection of reviews of books.
Editorial Committee; Editors' preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Contributors; Table of Cases; Table of Legislation; ARTICLES; Access to Environmental Information in an Open European Society - Directive 2003/4/EC; Public Participation in the Assessment of the Effects of Certain Plans and Programmes on the Environment - Directive 2001/42/EC, the UN/ECE Espoo Convention, and the Kiev Protocol; Public Participation regarding the Elaboration and Approval of Projects in the EU after the Aarhus Convention; EU Chemicals Policy - A Foundation for Environmental Protection or a Missed Opportunity?; Environmental Liability and Private Enforcement - Lessons from International Law, The European Court of Justice, and European Mining Laws; Permit Defences in Environmental Liability Regimes - Subsidizing Environmental Damage in the EC?; Between Enforcement and Toleration of Breaches of Environmental Law - Dutch Policy Explained; European Environmental Criminal Law - Recent Developments; Integration of Environmental Protection into the EC Energy Policy; Community Development Cooperation Law, Sustainable Development, and the Convention on Europe - From Dislocation to Consistency?; CURRENT SURVEY - SUBSTANTIVE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTAL LAW; Atmospheric Pollution; Biotechnology; Nature Conservation; Waste; Water; Horizontal Instruments; Miscellaneous Instruments; Case Law of the European Court of Justice; CURRENT SURVEY - ENVIRONMENTAL LAW IN THE MEMBER STATES; Austria; Belgium; Denmark; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Ireland; Italy; The Netherlands; Portugal; United Kingdom; EU Candidate Countries; REVIEWS OF BOOKS; DOCUMENTS - I. SUMMARIES OF COMMUNICATIONS, GREEN PAPERS, AND WHITE PAPERS; DOCUMENTS - II. SUMMARY OF REPORTS
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