Part 1 General questions: the scope of environmental law, Richard Macrory; environmental constitutional law, Karl-Heinz Ladeur. Part 2 The administrative model: substantive criteria of environmental protection, Gerd Winter; instruments of direct behavioural regulation, Michael Kloepfer and Gerd Winder; environmental impact assessment, Claude Lambrechts; freedom of environmental information, Gerd Winter; public participation in environmental decisions, Calude Lambrechts; standard-setting in environmental law, Gerd Winter; judicial review of administrative action, Albert Mumma; implementation of administrative environmental law - a case study of Italy, Antonella Capria; how to organize environmental administration, Peter Knoepfel. Part 3 Instrumenting self-control: from regulatory control to network management, Pieter Glasbergen; financial instruments in environmental protection, Gyula Bandi; environmental liability, Malcolm Grant; self-regulation by industry, Eckard Rehbinder. Part 4 The European Community framework: the development of EC environmental law, Jan Jans; objectives and principles of EC environmental law, Jan Jans; the elaboration of EC environmental legislation, Ludwig Kraemer; the competences for EC environmental law, Jan Jans; transboundary transfer of dangerous goods, Gretta Goldenman. Part 5 Central and Eastern Europe in search of a fitting model: drafting new envirnomental law in Poland - radical change or merely reform?, Jerzy Jendroska; environmental law reform in Central and Eastern Europe - the case of Hungary, Gyula Bandi; adaptation to EC environmental rules - options for Central and Eastern European states, Ludwig Kraemer.