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EU Biodiversity Law Wild Birds and Habitats Directives

Series: The Avosetta Series Volume: 14
By: Agustín García Ureta(Author)
398 pages
EU Biodiversity Law
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  • EU Biodiversity Law ISBN: 9789462512344 Paperback Sep 2020 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
Price: £110.00
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The protection of biodiversity is one of the most important challenges in contemporary societies. Indeed, as scientists have noted, there is a clear decline in habitats and ecosystems, and a rate of species disappearance that has not occurred until now. Climate change and the entry into a new era called "the Anthropocene" are already bringing deep changes in ecosystems, habitats, and species. The European Union (EU) adopted in 1979 the directive on the conservation of wild birds and in 1992 the directive on habitats reinforcing its commitment to protecting these and different species of fauna and flora under the umbrella of the Natura 2000 network. The EU is also a party to several international biodiversity conventions. These regulations have given rise to a significant number of judgments by the EU Court of Justice interpreting the strict obligations that fall on the authorities of the member states. However, these rulings evince that the objectives to "halt" biodiversity decline, or to bring nature "back into our lives" as now expressed in the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030, still require further efforts to achieve them. This book provides a legally rigorous analysis of EU biodiversity law, exposing in a systematic way its scope, and paying particular attention to its underlying structure and operation. It is essential reading for all practitioners whose work involves an element of EU biodiversity law, for students on the subject, and for any professionals who need to understand it.

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Agustín García Ureta is a Professor of Administrative Law and Environmental Law at the University of the Basque Country.

Series: The Avosetta Series Volume: 14
By: Agustín García Ureta(Author)
398 pages
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