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About this book
About this book
The Yearbook of European Environmental Law brings together topical analyses of contemporary European Environmental Law. In-depth scholarly articles covering a wide range of challenging issues have been contributed to leading European and American academics. An easily accessible Annual Survey provides 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. 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.
Environmental Regulation in Federal Systems; Flexibility in the Implementation of EC Environmental Law; From Danish Bottles to Danish Bees: The Dynamics of Free Movement of Goods and Environmental Protection - a Case Law Analysis; EC Environmental Law and Self-Regulation in the Member States: In Search of a Legislative Framework; European Community Eco-Labelling in Transition; Judicial Review of Environmental Misconduct in the European Community: Problems, Prospects, and Strategies; The Legal Framework for the Regulation of Waste in the European Community; Environmental NGOs and EU Environmental Law; Challenges and Opportunities in EC Waste Management: Perspectives on the Problem of End of Life Vehicles; The Environmental Guarantee after Amsterdam: Does the Emperor Have New Clothes?; The Private Enforcement of Member State Compliance with EC Environmental Law: an Unfulfilled Promise?; Surveys; Book Reviews; Documents; 1. Communications, Greenbooks and Whitebooks; 2. Reports; 3. Non-ACEA manufacturers; 4. Further steps in the follow-up to the Agreement; 5. Conclusions