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Weitere Beiträge ∙ Der Einfluss des europäischen Umweltrechts auf Landwirtschaft und Massentierhaltung journal article

Martin Kment

Zeitschrift für Europäisches Umwelt- und Planungsrecht, Volume 17 (2019), Issue 1, Page 84 - 90

European environmental law strongly influences the domestic legal systems of the 28 member states which constitute the EU at present. Part of this EU law is the IPPC Directive on “Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control” and the EIA Directive on “Environmental Impact Assessment”. Both Directives are applicable to farming and intensive animal husbandry. This article examines how German environmental law has adapted to the requirements established by these Directives, explains its peculiarities, especially concerning farming and intensive animal husbandry, and also takes a closer look at some shortcomings.

Zur Rechtsprechung des EuGH im Umweltrecht im Jahr 2016 journal article

Astrid Epiney

Zeitschrift für Europäisches Umwelt- und Planungsrecht, Volume 15 (2017), Issue 2, Page 96 - 111

The purpose of the paper – tied in with the case law overview for the year 2015 – is to provide an overview of the environmental case law of the European Court of Justice for the year 2016. 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 on or placing the decisions in the context of existing case law. The author largely forgoes further reference to bibliographic sources.

Präklusion = Präklusion? journal article

Zum Entwurf eines Gesetzes zur Anpassung des Umwelt-Rechtsbehelfsgesetzes und anderer Vorschriften an europa- und völkerrechtliche Vorgaben im Hinblick auf nationale Präklusionsvorschriften

Jochen Kerkmann, Jessica Schröter

Zeitschrift für Europäisches Umwelt- und Planungsrecht, Volume 15 (2017), Issue 2, Page 126 - 140

The ECJ ruled in the Judgment C 137/14 – EU Commission vs. Germany of 15 October 2015 – that it is not compatible with the EIA Directive and the Industrial Emissions Directive to exclude a NGO from the legal procedures with objections not raised in administrative procedures as provided in Art. 73 para. 4 Administrative Procedure Act (VwVfG) and Art. 2 para. 3 Environmental Appeals Act (UmwRG). That leads to the question, if according to this judgement all German preclusion rules are now illegal in respect of the European law. This article tries to distinguish between the different kinds of German preclusion rules and to analyze, if the ECJ’s judgment is transferable to each of them. In this context it scrutinizes critically the draft of the amendment concerning the Environmental Appeals Act and other statutes.

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