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Publisher: Kluwer Law International   (Total: 20 journals)   [Sort by number of followers]

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Journal Cover European Energy and Environmental Law Review
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   ISSN (Print) 1879-3886 - ISSN (Online) 0966-1646
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  • Waste Prevention and Technologies in the Context of the EU Waste Framework
           Directive: Lost in Translation'
    • Abstract: The EU is set to transit from linear to circular economy: turning waste into a resource in order to increase resource efficiency and close the loop in a circular economy. This article centres on the Waste Framework Directive and most importantly its newest proposal, the main EU legislation to regulate waste. It argues that there is not sufficient guidance given to the regulatory limits of the definition of waste, especially in the context of the so-called subcategory of ``waste v. non-waste'' where ``waste'' was utilised as a fuel. While prevention is a breaking point in the waste hierarchy (as reuse, recycle, recovery and finally disposal are assumed to be waste unless cease to be waste), it seems unfortunate that it is not translated into a well-defined classification of waste and non-waste (i.e. product). It is not clear how prevention operates in the context of the WFD, as before a substance or object becomes waste, it was a product. Therefore, the paper calls to the rethink of categorisation of waste and product in the context of prevention placing further emphasis on the environment and human health as its main condition simultaneously embracing circular economy thinking. The European Commission should provide a European standard for waste derived fuels, which is essential for a proper functioning of European market. Furthermore, the paper also discusses that the WFD (and its newest proposal) fails to properly address technological advancements designed to transfer ``waste'' to a valued resource without posing any threat to the environment, which could be upgraded to the prevention systems. Against this background, the patented micro-scale Home Energy Recovery Unit, designed to process all unwanted domestic materials to generate energy for the household is used as a case study in this article.  
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 3
      Authors
      J. Malinauskaite, Senior Lecturer in Law, Brunel University London.
      H. Jouhara, sociate Professor, Brunel University London.
      N. Spencer, Brunel University London, Institute of Energy Futures, College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences.
      Journal European Energy and Environmental Law Review
      Online ISSN 0966-1646
      Print ISSN 0966-1646
      PubDate: Sat, 27 May 2017 12:00:00 +000
       
  • Transboundary Flood Risk Management: Compatibilities of the Legal Systems
           of Flood Risk Management in the Netherlands, Flanders and France ± A
           Comparison
    • Abstract: In the EU the Flood Directive is part of the European legislation which is implemented in the domestic legal regimes of the Member States. The legal systems in which flood risks are managed are part of the domestic legal regimes. Floods in the European river basins of the the Scheldt and the Meuse are a special case, for they have transboundary consequences. Therefore, the flood risk management of the countries which are part of these river basins need to be compatible in order to prevent or mitigate transboundary floods risk. However, knowledge of the competences of relevant administrative authorities and the legal instruments for preventive flood risk management is lacking. Without this knowledge it is impossible for the member states to establish a balanced system in which transboundary flood risks are well managed . This article is the first step to provide a basis for such a cooperation by reducing this knowledge gap for the three countries which are part of the river Meuse and the Scheldt ± the Netherlands, Flanders and France. It offers a comparison of the consequences of policy making and implementation of specific measures by describing the actors and their legal instruments. The two specific aspects of flood risk management are selected because they form the core of the system in which flood risk management is implemented and are necessary for the realisation of measures to prevent or reduce flood risks.  
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 3
      Authors
      Willemijn van Doorn-Hoekveld, Utrecht Centre for Water, Oceans and Sustainability Law Doorn.
      Journal European Energy and Environmental Law Review
      Online ISSN 0966-1646
      Print ISSN 0966-1646
      PubDate: Sat, 27 May 2017 12:00:00 +000
       
  • Book Review: The Ecology of Law. Toward a Legal System in Tune with Nature
           and Community, Fritjof Capra & Ugo Mattei
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 3
      Authors
      Maria Dolores Sánchez Galera, Assistant Professor and Marie-Curie Conex , Research Fellow at Carlos III University, Madrid.
      Journal European Energy and Environmental Law Review
      Online ISSN 0966-1646
      Print ISSN 0966-1646
      PubDate: Sat, 27 May 2017 12:00:00 +000
       
  • Book for Review
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 26, Issue 3
      Journal European Energy and Environmental Law Review
      Online ISSN 0966-1646
      Print ISSN 0966-1646
      PubDate: Sat, 27 May 2017 12:00:00 +000
       
 
 
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