Principles of International Environmental Law

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European Community environmental law

Introduction

E. Rehbinder and R. Stewart, Environmental Protection Policy (1985); J. Charp-
entier (ed.), La Protection de l’environnement par les Communautés Européennes
(1988); S. P. Johnson and G. Corcelle, The Environmental Policy of the European
Communities
(1989); E. Haagsma, ‘The European Community’s Environmental
Policy: A Case Study in Federalism’, 12 Fordham International Law Journal 311
(1989); R. B. Stewart, ‘Environmental Law in the United States and the European
Community: Spillovers, Co-operation, Rivalry, Institutions’, 1992 University of
Chicago Legal Forum
41; R. Wagenbaur, ‘Regulating the European Environment:
The EC Experience’, 1992 University of Chicago Legal Forum 17; M. Wheeler,
‘Greening the EEC Treaty’, in P. Sands (ed.), Greening International Law (1993),
85; G. Bennett, Conserving Europe’s Natural Heritage (1994); S. Johnson and
G. Corcelle, The Environmental Policy of the European Communities (1995);
S. Ercmann, Pollution Control in the European Community (1996); J. Holder (ed.),
The Impact of EC Environmental Law in the United Kingdom (1997); A. Kiss and
D. Shelton, Manual of European Environmental Law (1997, 2nd edn); J. Scott, EC
Environmental Law
(1998); R. Revesz, ‘Environmental Regulation in Federal
Systems’, 1 Yearbook of European Environmental Law 1 (2000); J. Jans, European
Environmental Law
(2000, 2nd edn); L. Kramer, EC Environmental Law (2000,
4th edn); L. Krämer, Casebook on EU Environmental Law (2002).

On EC law generally see T. C. Hartley, Foundations of European Community Law (1998, 4th edn); Wyatt and Dashwood’s European Union Law (2000, 4th edn); P. Craig and G. de Burca, EULaw: Text, Cases and Materials (2002, 2nd edn).

The EC has the most extensive developed body of regional rules of international environmental law, with practical experience of developing and applying principles and rules which set standards, implement procedures and operate institutional arrangements. The experience includes the integration of environmental considerations into economic obligations, particularly in relation to the rules governing trade, competition, subsidies and intellectual property rights. EC environmental law is currently applicable to the fifteen member states. The 1992 European Economic Area (EEA) Agreement extends EC environmental rules to

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