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Schwerpunkt: UmwRG und UVPG ∙ Die jüngste Novellierung des UmwRG zur Umsetzung der Vorgaben der Aarhus-Konvention journal article

Sabine Schlacke

Zeitschrift für Europäisches Umwelt- und Planungsrecht, Volume 16 (2018), Issue 2, Page 127 - 142

The case law of the European Court of Justice as well as decisions taken by the Aarhus Compliance Committee repeatedly compelled the German legislator to bring the 2006 adopted German Environmental Appeals Act into conformity with the EU and International law. The last profound amendments to the Environmental Appeals Act in June 2017 transformed this legislation into a small Code of Administrative Court Procedure. Moreover, it includes special regulations for the administrative procedure. After giving a short overview on the different amendments of the Environmental Appeals Act since 2006, the article analyses and systemizes the newly added regulations that can now be subject to judicial review. Further, it argues that the compatibility of the German Environmental Appeals Act with European law and the Aarhus Convention is still uncertain with regard to recent decisions of the European Court of Justice.


Das Governance-System der Europäischen Energieunion journal article

Erreichung der energie- und klimapolitischen Ziele durch weiche Steuerung?

Sabine Schlacke, Simon Lammers

Zeitschrift für Europäisches Umwelt- und Planungsrecht, Volume 16 (2018), Issue 4, Page 424 - 437

The new regulation on the Governance of the Energy Union and Climate Action is a key element for controlling European and national energy and climate policies in the next decade. In the absence of nationally binding targets for renewable energies and energy efficiency, the regulation should contribute to the achievement of the targets set at European level. Member States have to establish an Integrated National Energy and Climate Plan, which contains the contributions to the European overall targets and information on the measures concerning national energy and climate policy. A ‘gap-filling-mechanism’ ensures that gaps are closed that may arise due to a lack of ambition in the preparation and implementation of the plans. The European Commission is authorized to make non-binding recommendations to Member States. The following paper describes the process and functioning of the new governance system. It outlines how the ‘gap-filling-mechanism’ works, including the possibility of infringement proceedings. Furthermore, it proposes to link the new governance system on national level with the planned German Federal Climate Protection Act.


Klimaschutz durch CO2-Speicherung im Meeresboden – völkerrechtliche Anforderungen und europarechtliche Herausforderungen journal article

Sabine Schlacke

Zeitschrift für Europäisches Umwelt- und Planungsrecht, Volume 5 (2007), Issue 2, Page 9

I. Einführung Die globale Erwärmung erzeugt nachhaltige Effekte für die Menschheit und die Umwelt: In seinem vierten Bericht stellt das Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)1 für den Zeitraum von 1906 bis 2005 eine Erwärmung des Klimasystems, eine Zunahme heftiger Nieder- * Die Autorin ist Privatdozentin an der Juristischen Fakultät der Universität Rostock und wissenschaftliche Koordinatorin des Ostseeinstituts für Seerecht, Umweltrecht und Infr

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