Europe and the Environment: Legal Essays in Honour of Ludwig Kršmer

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Marco Onida
Europa Law Publishing, 2005 - 274 pages
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Dr. Ludwig Kr√?¬§mer, born 1939, retired from the European Commission in August 2004. Dr. Kr√?¬§mer joined the European Commission in 1972, where he started his career dealing with consumer protection issues in the Competition Directorate-General. He successfully combined his profession as an official of the European Commission with intensive writing and teaching activities. Dr. Kr√?¬§mer is the author of numerous books, handbooks and articles on EC environmental law. He is an environmental law professor and regularly teaches at several European and non-European universities. In his teaching and speeches, he has inspired his audience and spurred many young people into working to protect the environment. On the occasion of his retirement from the Commission, a group of colleagues and friends decided to honor him with the production of this book, which assembles legal essays on a number of EC environmental law subjects.

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Contents

CHAPTER
5
Recent developments at European level
13
2
19
Conclusion
20
Types of cases investigated
27
formal proceedings
32
Protection of the Environment through Criminal Law
41
Part Two Horizontal Measures
63
102
131
Part Three MediaSpecific Environmental Policies
139
CHAPTER 6
147
Critique of developments
151
Introduction how Community water policy has evolved
157
Dangerous Substances
160
Introduction
175
Conclusion and forward outlook
190

2
72
Challenges for the future including critical remarks
86
Origin and development
93
Large combustion plants
100
Challenges for the future and some conclusions
109
2
125
Origin and development of community action
196
Challenges for the future
206
Introduction
211
Climate action at EU level
217
Outlook and role of the Commission
223
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