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  • Deutschland scheitert (vorerst?) mit nationalem Alleingang bei
           Schadstoffgrenzwerten für ...
    • Abstract: Anmerkung zu EuG, Urteil vom 14.5.2014 – Rs. T-198/12 (Deutschland/Kommission)After the adoption of harmonisation measures with the aim of establishing or ensuring the functioning of the internal
      market, the member states are authorised to maintain their current provisions by the „opting-out-clause“ pursuant to
      Article 114(4) TFEU. The denial of this right by the Commission towards the Republic of Germany, concerning the
      maintaining of limit values for heavy meta
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 10:31:53 +010
  • Zur Rechtsprechung des EuGH im Umweltrecht im Jahr 2014
    • Abstract: The purpose of the paper – tied in with the case law overview for the year 20131 – is to provide an overview of the
      environmental case law of the European Court of Justice for the year 2014. The objective is not to cover the entire case
      law but to highlight selected decisions deemed by the author to be of importance, with reference to some additional
      rulings in the footnotes. The focus is on summarising the latest developments and,where appropriate, briefly commenting

      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 10:29:28 +010
  • Paradigmenwechsel im neuen EEG 2014: Was ändert sich für
    • Abstract: On the 1st of August 2014 the amended Renewable Energy Sources Act (Erneuerbare-Energien-Gesetz, EEG) came into
      effect. It introduces some fundamental systematic changes – especially in regard to solar power plants – which shall
      bepresentedandexplainedinthisarticle.The “classic” fixedfeed-intariff for electricity fedinto the grid,whichconstituted
      the basic instrument of the EEG for the promotion of electricity generated from renewable energy plants, is substituted

      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 10:26:25 +010
  • Rechtliche Vorgaben der Klärschlammentsorgung in der Türkei
    • Abstract: In Turkey, the number of new wastewater treatment plants – funded by the European Union and Turkey – has risen
      considerably in recent years. However, the legal requirements to construct a sufficient number of such wastewater
      treatment plants are still not fulfilled. Therefore, it is to be expected that the volume of sewage sludge in Turkey will
      continue to grow in the future. There exists no sustainable concept regarding the treatment and disposal of sewage
      sludge in T
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 10:24:31 +010
  • Öffentlichkeitsbeteiligung im Verwaltungsverfahren und direkte
           Demokratie bei kontroversen ...
    • Abstract: Erfahrungen aus der SchweizThe implementation of large-scale projects as high-voltage transmission lines and hydroelectric power plants raise the
      question of sufficient democratic legitimation. Single case decisions don’t pass through the legislative procedure.Hence,
      they need complementary legitimation to create acceptance which administrative procedure law is not always able to
      deliver. Public participation, popular votes and judicial review are pr
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 10:22:09 +010
  • Die umweltrechtliche Vorhabengenehmigung in Griechenland
    • Abstract: The environmental permission for projects in Greek law has been introduced in the course of implementation of the EIA
      Directive and is regarded as a direct expression of the principle of prevention, enshrined in article 24 of the Greek
      Constitution. The paper examines the procedural and substantive rules that govern the environmental permission, taking
      into particular account the new law 4014/2011 and the relevant jurisprudence of the Greek Council of State. Procedural
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 10:08:54 +010
  • Editorial
    • Abstract: Nachdem der Wechsel bereits im Editorial zum Heft
      4/2014 angekündigt wurde, begrüße ich Sie, liebe Leserinnen
      und Leser, in meiner Eigenschaft als neuer geschäftsführenderHerausgeber
      der EurUP für den Jahrgang
      2015! Dabei möchte ich es nicht versäumen, Astrid
      Epiney als der bisherigen geschäftsführenden Herausgeberin
      auch im Namen der übrigen Herausgeber und des
      Verlags herzlich für ihr Engagement zu danken. Zugleich
      begrüße ich – ebenfalls
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 09:32:45 +010
  • Die Förderung Erneuerbarer Energien in Europa: Keine neuen Impulse
           aus Luxemburg
    • Abstract: Support schemes for renewable energies in Europe are still largely governed by national law while primary and secondary
      EU law only set the framework rules. In this context, several EU member states are still upholding support schemes
      that are directly discriminatory against renewable energies which have been produced in other member states.
      Apart from raising state aid law problems that are currently under examination by the European Commission, this constitutes
      a barrier
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 10:10:14 +010
  • Walfang in der Antarktis
    • Abstract: Anmerkung zum Urteil des Internationalen Gerichtshof vom 31.3.2014 im Fall Whaling in the AntarcticThe judgment rendered by the International Court of Justice concerns the question whether the Japanese scientific research
      programme JARPA II is in line with Art. VIII of the International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling. After
      the Court rejected Japan’s objections against its jurisdiction, it held that JARPA II cannot be considered a programme
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 10:06:58 +010
  • Unionstreue und Loyalitätspflichten im Rahmen der (umweltrechtlichen)
           Außenbeziehungen der ...
    • Abstract: The principle of loyalty and sincere cooperation is a fundamental principle in the European legal system. Article 4(3)
      TEU does not only display its significance when it comes to the duty of Member States to ensure, within their domestic
      legal systems, complete fulfillment of the obligations arising out of the Treaties or resulting from the acts of the institutions
      of the Union. Article 4(3) TEU also addresses the Union itself which shall, in full mutual respect, assist the Mem
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 10:05:28 +010
  • Die Reichweite der Pflicht der EU zur Umsetzung der Aarhus-Konvention
    • Abstract: The UNECE Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-Making and Access to Justice in EnvironmentalMatters
      (Aarhus Convention) has been concluded by the EU and its member states as a “mixed agreement”.
      In their interrelation the perspectives of both public international and European Union law help to draw a clearer picture
      of the scope of the duty incumbent on the EU to implement the Convention’s stipulations. It is argued that from
      the inte
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 10:03:42 +010
  • Stärkungen des Verfahrensrechtsschutzes im Umweltrecht
    • Abstract: The „Brown Bear Judgment“ by the ECJ and the decision on the air protection plan of the city of Darmstadt by the Federal
      Administrative Court have introduced important changes to procedural legal protection in environmental law
      matters. The ECJ’s Altrip decision left open whether for this purpose an alleged violation of procedural law would also
      need to have an impact on the substantive outcome of a case in the sense of a violation of substantive law. Conceptually,
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 10:01:44 +010
  • Die UVP-Aktualisierungsprüfung
    • Abstract: Approval procedures for projects subject to EIA sometimes take several years. Tiered approval procedures – e.g. under
      the emission control act – may cause that at the time of granting of the last partial permitting, some time has gone by
      since the environmental impact assessment took place. The project developers and the licensing authorities then face
      the question whether the „old“ EIA is still adequate or whether it must be replaced by a new one. A practical approach
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 10:00:02 +010
  • Microplastics in Freshwater Environments
    • Abstract: A Need for Scientific Research and Legal Regulation in the Context of the European Water Framework DirectiveAnthropogene Kunststoffabfälle belasten die aquatische Umwelt weltweit. Die Auswirkungen von kleinen Plastikpartikeln
      (sog. Mikroplastik) auf die Meeresumwelt sind in der internationalen Forschungsgemeinschaft in den letzten
      Jahren in den Fokus gerückt. Noch weitestgehend unbekannt sind indes die Auswirkungen von Mikroplastik auf
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 09:56:45 +010
  • Koexistenz von GVO-Anbau und Honigproduktion
    • Abstract: Sind die EU-Mitgliedstaaten zum Erlass von Koexistenzmaßnahmen befugt?The cultivation of genetically modified (GM) plants may result in the adventitious presence of GM pollen in honey. In the light of the ECJ’s Bablok judgment, honey with GM pollen has to be treated as food “produced from GMOs” within the meaning of the EU GM Food and Feed Regulation 1829/2003. Therefore, honey containing GM pollen must not be placed on the market unless the GM pollen has been
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 09:53:01 +010
  • Der Vorschlag einer einheitlichen Straßenbenutzungsgebühr in der
           Europäischen Union: Weg ...
    • Abstract: During the debate about an infrastructure charge for non-commercial use of cars on German roads it has been arguedthat it would be preferable to levy such charge uniformly in all Member States on the basis of European law. For thefuture even the European Commission put forward some ideas in this direction. The contribution will examine if theEuropean Union would be competent to introduce the charge on the basis of the internal market policy, the commontransport policy or the environmenta
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 09:43:40 +010
  • Editorial
    • Abstract: Das vorliegende Heft 4/2014 bietet wiederum eine breitePalette fundierter wissenschaftlicher Beiträge zu verschiedenenAspekten des europäischen Umwelt- und Planungsrechtsan:Zunächst befasst sich Meinhard Schröder mit einemQuerschnittsthema, nämlich dem Verkehrsrecht, das aufgrundder bedeutendenUmweltauswirkungen des Verkehrsund der Verkehrspolitik eine besonders wichtige Querschnittspolitik,in deren Rahmen nach Art. 11 AEUV ErfordernissedesUmweltschutzes einzubeziehen sind
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 09:31:44 +010
  • Aktuelle Entwicklungen im Naturschutzrecht
    • Abstract: Tagungsbericht zum 19. Leipziger Umweltrechtlichen Symposion des Instituts
      für Umwelt- und Planungsrecht der Universität Leipzig und des Helmholtz-
      Zentrums für Umweltforschung – UFZ vom 10./11. April 2014Veranstaltet vom Institut für Umwelt- und Planungsrecht
      der Universität Leipzig und vom Department Umwelt- und
      Planungsrecht des Helmholtz-Zentrums für Umweltforschung,
      im Zusammenwirken mit der Leip
      PubDate: Tue, 02 Sep 2014 10:12:55 +010
  • Ausgewogene Mitnutzung grenzüberschreitender Wasserläufe
    • Abstract: Anmerkung zu den Schiedssprüchen des Schiedsgerichts vom 18.2.2013 und
      20.12.2013 im Fall Indus Waters Kishenganga Arbitration (Pakistan v. India)The judgment of the Court of Arbitration established on the basis of the 1960 Indus Waters Treaty concerns the diversion
      of water from the Kishenganga River located in the area of Kashmir, whose territorial status is disputed between
      India and Pakistan. Pakistan is using the waters
      PubDate: Tue, 02 Sep 2014 10:09:15 +010
  • Die Aarhus-Konvention in der Rechtsprechung des EuGH
    • Abstract: No international environmental agreement has in recent years made a career such as the Aarhus Convention. The Convention
      owes this success to its specific content as well as to the willingness of the European Court of Justice to apply
      it regularly and to enforce it effectively.
      The Convention has proved to be the great accelerator of a Europe-wide expansion of legal protection in environmental
      law. This relates primarily to the legal systems of the Member States and here m
      PubDate: Tue, 02 Sep 2014 10:06:21 +010
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