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Doors to Democracy: Current Trends and Practices in Public Participation in Enviromental Decisionmaking in Western Europe

Автор(и) : collective

Издател : Regional Environmental Center For Central and Eastern Europe

Място на издаване : Szentendre, Hungary

Година на издаване : 1998

ISBN : 963-8454-58-Х

Брой страници : 193

Език : английски


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This report aims to give an overview of the legal status and practices regarding access to environmental information, public participation in environmental decisionmaking and access to justice in environmental issues in 11 countries of Western Europe: Austria, Denmark, Greece, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom1. Although most of these countries have in common their membership of the European Union, their legal systems are rather different. On one hand, this makes any analysis complicated; on the other hand, it provides a rich variety of regulatory solutions. It is not possible, nor is it the intention of this study, to give a detailed explanation of the systems analyzed. However, it is important to note that some of these countries (i.e. Austria, Germany, Spain and Switzerland) have federal or quasi-federal systems in which the distribution of competencies in environmental issues is complicated by the existence of three levels of competencies: central/federal, regional and local.

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