The Legal Framework for European Waste Management; Unresolved Problems and Future Perspectives.
More than 30 years have passed since the first Community environmental programme was adopted in 1973, starting the work on what is now a vast body of Community law covering almost any aspect of environmental protection. This book endeavours to take a step back and assess what has been achieved to date and what could be improved for the future. The inspiration for the book was a conference held in Bremen at the end of 2005 to mark the retirement of Ludwig Kramer from the European Commission. Dr Kramer has been a key figure within the Commission from the earliest days of Community environmental law and policy. The current pressures of enlargement, economic downturns, and the debates over the proposed EU Constitution may suggest that Community environmental policy is now at something of a cross-roads. The book is a timely reminder of the very real achievements of Community environmental law to date but equally it addresses critical questions concerning its future direction of development.
About the editor
Prof. Macrory is Professor of Environmental Law at UCL, Faculty of Laws. Richard Macrory was a Member of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution between 1992 and 2003, and is currently a Board Member of the Environment Agency in England and Wales. He is editor in chief of the Journal of Environmental Law (Oxford University Press) and legal correspondent to ENDS Report. He is a Vice-President of the National Society for Clean Air. In 2001-2003 he was elected chairman of the Steering Group of the European Environmental Advisory Councils, a informal network of official environmental advisory bodies throughout Europe.
Key Chapters Include:
- The Battle on Environmental Policy Competences; Challenging the Stricter
- Environmental Impact Assessment in EC Law; A Critical Appraisal
- Public Information and Participation in EC Environmental Law; Origins,
The EU and Climate Change
- The European Community Eco-labelling Scheme
- Competition and Environment: An Ecologically Rational Agreement
- Integration of Environmental Requirements into EC Energy Policy
- Integration of Environmental Considerations into Transport
- EC Chemicals Legislation: A Horizontal Perspective
- Products and the Environment
- Transnational Law Making and EC Product Policy; The Example of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
- The Legal Framework for European Waste Management; Unresolved Problems and Future Perspectives
- Marine Safety and Protection of the Marine Environment
- Some Reflections on EU Biotechnology Regulation
- EC Law and Biodiversity
- European Noise Law
- The Enforcement of EU Environmental Law; Some Matching Tasks and Competences in the EC Multi-level
- The European Court of Justice and the Implementation of Environmental Law
Collective Action of Non-governmental Organisations in European Consumer and Environmental Law; A Mutual Learning Process?
- Did Baron von Munchhausen ever Visit Aarhus? Some Critical Remarks on the Proposal for a Regulation on the Application of the Provisions of the Aarhus Convention to EC Institutions and Bodies
- The Need to Consolidate EU Environmental Law; A Polish Perspective
- The Impact of EC Environmental Law on Portuguese Law
- EC Environmental Law and Future Accession States
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