11 edition of Access to environmental information in Europe found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Ralph E. Hallo, editor.|
|Series||International environmental law and policy series|
|Contributions||Hallo, R. E.|
|LC Classifications||KJC6242 .A884 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvi, 459 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||459|
|ISBN 10||9041106510, 1853332755|
|LC Control Number||96046202|
The European Union is made up of fifteen Member States, which vary in their environmental policy from the extremely stringent Northern countries (i.e., Denmark and Sweden) to the less-structured countries such as the United Kingdom to countries like Spain, which until joining the EU did not have any domestic policy regarding the environment at all. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
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Get this from a library. Access to environmental information in Europe: the implementation and implications of Directive 90//EEC. [R E Hallo;]. The introduction of the AIE Regulations gives effect in Ireland to Directive /4/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on Public Access to Environmental Information (the AIE Directive).
This Directive repealed Council Directive 90//EEC, which was the previous EU instrument providing for access to environmental information.
Access to environmental i nformation: key elements and good practices. The following discussion considers a number of the most important elements for an effective mechanism to provide access to environmental information.
Type of instrument. Background. In Romania, as in other countries in Central and Eastern Europe, freedom of information laws were not among the first priorities of the new post-Communist regimes after changes. In such countries, pressure to open archives and secret police records increased, but there was little public pressure to adopt freedom of information laws relating to all categories of public interest.
European Communities (Access to Information on the Environment Regulations) to (S.I No. ofS.I. of & S.I. of ) The Access to information on the Environment (AIE) Regulations give you the right to access Environmental Information held by, or for, the EPA and other Public Authorities.
Introduction. You have the right to obtain certain environmental information from a public authority. To get access to environmental information you can use Freedom of Information (FOI) legislation or the European Communities (Access to Information on the Environment) Regulations to (AIE Regulations).These Regulations give effect in Ireland to the AIE Directive, which was adopted to.
Passive access to environmental information in the EU- An analysis of recent legal developments. Author: de Abreu-Ferreira S. In: European Energy and Environmental Law Review | Vol. 17(4); - ; 13 p. Publisher: Kluwer Law International | Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands | Literature | European Union.
Keyword: Access-to-information. The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-Making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters (pdf ~50K) was adopted on 25 June in the Danish city of Aarhus (Århus) at the Fourth Ministerial Conference as part of the "Environment for Europe" process.
making and access to justice in environmental matters, which that directive is designed to implement in European Union law. By becoming a party to the Aarhus Convention, 7 the European Union undertook to ensure, within the scope of European Union law, a general principle of access to environmental information held by or for public authorities.
On Novem the Court of Justice of the European Union decided in two cases (C/13 and C/14) that the public must have the right to access environmental documents related to the emissions of chemicals.A summary of the Court decisions was published in a press on emissions of products or substances into the environment, as they are requested under the Aarhus.
On 17 Decemberthe European Commission adopted a Report on the experience gained in the application of Directive /4/EC on public access to environmental information. Carbon dioxide emissions from Europe's heavy-duty vehicles; Public Access to Environmental Information.
Title and Table of Contents; Foreword; Summary; Access to environmental information in Europe book. Introduction; 2. Legal instruments; The effect on national law; Access to environmental information: key elements and good practices; The EU institutions; Non EU-member states.
The principal purpose of these Regulations is to amend the European Communities (Access to Information on the Environment) Regulations for the purpose of ensuring that Ireland complies with the provisions of Directive /4/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 January on public access to environmental information.
The portal is conceived as a "one-stop (electronic) shop" for information on European justice and access to European judicial procedures. The European e-Justice portal is to provide, in a consolidated system, a single entry point for all justice relating to questions and online procedures on criminal, civil or administrative law.
BOOK EXCERPT: This book is the outcome of an international workshop held at Essex University in August It fulfils three unique functions. It examines obstacles and solutions to the promotion of access to and the dissemination of social science information.
AbstractProcurement has become an increasingly important method of environmental governance. Public actors at the federal, state, and local levels in the United States have leveraged their significant purchasing power to reduce the environmental impacts of their purchases of goods, services, and energy.
Other governments around the globe, including the European Union and many individual. Non-fiction environmental books. Non-fiction accounts are ones that are presented as factual, although often in the context of subjective argument. Non-fiction environmental books may, for example, be the products of scholarly or journalistic work.
The key role played by copyright law in respect of access to environmental information is also considered. The book also looks at deadlocks in the debate over intellectual property and climate change, and provides theoretical, policy, and practical solutions to overcome such impasses.
Category: Law Meeting The Information Challenge. EirGrid is a public authority for the purposes of the European Communities (Access to Information on the Environment Regulations) to(the “AIE Regulations”).
The AIE Regulations give you the right to access environmental information held by, or for EirGrid and Public Authorities. InLatin American states adopted the “Regional Agreement on Access to Information, Public Participation and Justice in Environmental Matters in Latin America and the Caribbean”, also known as the Escazú Agreement, for the city in Costa Rica were it was treaty sets out an obligation for Member States to legislate on these three matters under specific.
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters (Aarhus Convention) on 30 October The book was written by Mr.
Stephen Stec and Ms. Susan Casey-Lefkowitz in collaboration with Mr. Jerzy Jendrośka as editorial adviser. While previous literature has studied the characteristics of populations and nations that shape cross-national patterns of environmental concern, one feature that may affect such patterns has largely been neglected in those studies: countries’ connectedness.
This paper uses data for more thanindividuals in 34 European countries, –, to study how nations’ geographic. Directive /4, which implements the Aarhus Convention, gives citizens and businesses the right to access to environmental information in possession of public authorities without making it necessary for them to state definition of public authorities is therefore quite important, as the Directive applies as soon as a body falls under that definition.
AbstractThis contribution focuses on how distributional concerns may be understood with respect to an environmental policy instrument. Distribution is identified as a separate analytical category that reveals criteria for policymaking and instrument design. Subsequently, a typology of distributional concerns is developed that would inform a policy instrument, concentrating on the distribution.
This information guide allows the public to easily identify and access environmental and social information/ documents that are held by the European Investment Bank (EIB) and are available on the EIB website or can be obtained on request. Public access to information which is held by the Bank, is governed and promoted by the.
EIB. AbstractThe right of access to justice in environmental matters, which is essential for the transition to sustainable models of governance and living, is closely intertwined with the participatory rights of access to environmental information and public participation.
It also has linkages to the procedural right to a fair trial and to an effective remedy. The chapter analyzes how the concept. This new report explains how the Aarhus Convention on access to environmental information, public participation in decision-making and access to justice in environmental matters is going to increase transparency, public participation and access to courts and judicial review.
ABSTRACT Toxicity studies on chemicals registered under the European Union's Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) regulation are. This fact sheet provides information on multinational initiatives related to chemical production, use, disposal, and reuse.
During the last quarter of the 19th century, important multilateral environmental agreements, which together cover key elements in the "production-to-disposal" management of hazardous chemicals with toxic, persistent, and bioaccumulative characteristics, were negotiated.
OARE provides developing countries with free or low cost access to peer-reviewed journals, books and databases on the environment--up to 11, scientific journals, 27, e-books, 40 databases and other information resources in countries.
It is led by UN Environment in partnership with leading scientific publishers and Yale University. All books, all the time Find reading recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more at the Amazon Book Review.
Learn more. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device Format: Paperback. The continuing development of the European Union (EU) is transforming policy and politics in its member countries, and possibly in an even larger number of potential members.
This book offers a detailed investigation of the Europeanization of national environmental policy in ten western European countries since Borowitz examines policies governing the sharing of environmental satellite data, offering a model of data-sharing policy development and applying it in case studies from the United States, Europe, and Japan—countries responsible for nearly half of the unclassified government Earth observation satellites.
According to international and European environmental information law, there is in principal a right of access to the ERAs of pharmaceuticals (environmental information according to Art. 2(3)(b) Aarhus Convention), which is ineffective due to product-based data and allegedly conflicting CCI.
The Lorax is a must-have for any child's bookshelf. In it, the Truffula trees are chopped down in order to make Thneeds. The Lorax, a small, mustached person angrily protests the removal of the trees and advocates for environmental protection.
This book is a perfect introduction for children ages 4 and older to pressing environmental issues. SCHEDULE Directive /4/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 January on public access to environmental information and repealing Council Directive 90//EEC.
S.I. of EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (ACCESS TO INFORMATION ON THE ENVIRONMENT) REGULATIONS Environmental health policies for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health Maria Neira a, Elaine Fletcher a, Marie Noel Brune-Drisse a, Michaela Pfeiffer a, Heather Adair-Rohani a & Carlos Dora a.
Department of Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health, World Health Organization, avenue Ap Gen Switzerland. Of interest to students and academics alike, this book provides a much-needed synthesis of the recent literature on northern Europe's environmental history. Beginning with the Paleolithic period and the recolonization of Europe after the Ice Age, this book maps out the key environmental trends in the history of the region's environment and its Author: Tamara L.
Whited. BRADEN Y, COMPTON, and DEANNA DS. Today, solutions to environmental challenges are aided by an arsenal of information and knowledge systems that were unavailable for most of the last 30 years when environmental management was predicated on “command and control” mechanisms such as remediation of specific sites or compliance with, and.
Access to Justice for a greener Europe aims to improve the implementation and enforcement of EU environmental law by providing the public with effective access to justice, such as judicial review, administrative review and complaints to other appeal bodies. The book takes readers through New Orleans — the flooded homes and shuttered businesses that still lay empty months and even years after .Article The Right of Access to Environmental Information in the Light of the Case C/13 P of 23 November — European Commission V Stichting Greenpeace Nederland was published on 01 Dec in the journal Wroclaw Review of Law, Administration & Economics (Volume 7, Issue 2).Socially deprived communities stand to benefit the most from the benefits of access to green and blue spaces.
The European Green Deal offers an opportunity to tackle environmental inequalities in the EU by directly addressing the uneven distribution of environmental risks and benefits across the continent.