The leading monograph on European Environmental Law, an updated and revised edition
This leading monograph on European Environmental Law is now completely updated and revised. Taking into account new case law of the European Courts, recent environmental directives and regulations and the new provisions of the Lisbon Treaty, this book provides an in-depth analysis on important legal issues of European environmental law. The book discusses all major environmental directives and regulations, integrating important judgments of the Court of Justice on their interpretation. Furthermore, national case law on the application of European environmental law is also being taken into account.
Price: 52.00 €
Analysis on access to medicines and vaccines in developing countries
How can developing countries maximize some of the beneficial rules and policies provided to them by the EU and international organisations to reduce public health plight in terms of inadequate access to medicines and vaccines? By navigating some of the complex European and international rules and policies that have hitherto been put in place to ease access to affordable healthcare, the author identifies ways in which policy makers and legislators can optimally use extant rules to enhance healthcare provision.
This book uses the idea of coherence to indicate how policies and rules at the European and international pedestals could be adapted and adopted to assuage the access problems faced by developing countries.
Keywords: health, development, aid, medicine
Price: 33.96 €
An examination of the WTO-consistency of direct corporate tax incentives for the development of renewable energy
An examination of the WTO-consistency of direct corporate tax incentives for the development of renewable energy...
Subsidies in the form of tax incentives are and have been a popular policy choice of governments providing financial support for the development and promotion of new technologies. This thesis concentrates on the introduction of direct corporate tax incentives for the development and increased use of renewable energy resources in light of Kyoto Protocol obligations.
Price: 30.00 €
Examination of future challenges for inland navigation by experts in the field
Future Challenges for Inland Navigation is a collection of scientific and sector-oriented contributions by authors from the field of inland navigation. The contributions cover topics on the consequences of possible strategic and economic developments up to 2030.
The future challenges for inland navigation presented in this book take into account market functioning, technologies and investments in inland navigation, all from a viewpoint of sustainability, in its three facets: economic, social and environmental. The book also presents a number of scenarios for possible strategies that the various market players may adopt, and insights into the anticipated economic consequences.
Keywords: shipping, port authority, public administration, policy
Price: 23.58 €
A book about the relationship between the provisions of the Convention and the development of EU environmental law.
On 30 October 2011, it will be exactly ten years ago that the Convention on Access to information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters, signed by representatives of 35 States and the European Community at a pan-European ministerial conference in the Danish city of Aarhus in 1998, entered into force.
The contributions assembled in this book focus on various aspects of the relationship between the provisions of the Convention and the development of EU environmental law.
Price: 68.00 €
Overview and assessment of the development of the new EU climate policies
This book provides a timely overview and assessment of the development of the new EU climate policies with a focus on the new climate and energy package. Are EU climate policies sufficient to meet the environmental, economic and political challenge posed by global climate change? How do international and domestic climate policies of the EU interact and are they mutually supportive? What are the prospects for the EU keeping its international leadership in the face of a more engaged US and increasingly assertive emerging economies? In addressing these questions, the volume aims to enhance understanding and contribute to further discussions on the current and potential role of the EU in the fight against climate change.
Keywords: environment, climate change, health, security, kyoto protocol, energy
Price: 37.74 €
The Avosetta Series (4)
The precautionary principle, the polluters pay principle and similar principles have become embedded in the language of contemporary environment policy. In this important new study, leading European experts in environmental law consider the legal significance of such environmental principles, both in jurisprudential theory and in practice before the courts.
Price: 40.00 €
The Avosetta Series (7)
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.
Price: 125.00 €
Empirical Findings and Legal Appraisal
This book, the sixth in the series, is based on the findings of a research study on Access to Justice in Environmental Matters that the European Commission commissioned in 2002 in order to provide input on the preparation of a proposal for a Directive on access to justice. In particular, the book assesses recent developments and the current situation concerning NGO access to justice in environmental matters in certain member states, and in particular to obtain empirical data on the number of cases brought by environmental associations.
Price: 62.00 €