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Full Access Compliance with European Environmental Law—Deficiencies and Approaches: The Role of the Court of Justice of the European Union

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Compliance with European Environmental Law—Deficiencies and Approaches: The Role of the Court of Justice of the European Union

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The article discusses the contribution of the ECJ to the reduction of compliance deficiencies with regard to European environmental law. The Court is not a specialised environmental court but the supreme court of the European multilevel legal system. Therefore its contribution is primarily characterised by a concern for effective and uniform application of EU law in general while specific environmental considerations do not figure as prominently.

Affiliations: 1: Chambers of Advocate General Juliane Kokott, Court of Justice of the European Union Christoph.Sobotta@curia.europa.eu

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The article discusses the contribution of the ECJ to the reduction of compliance deficiencies with regard to European environmental law. The Court is not a specialised environmental court but the supreme court of the European multilevel legal system. Therefore its contribution is primarily characterised by a concern for effective and uniform application of EU law in general while specific environmental considerations do not figure as prominently.

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2016-12-06

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