3 edition of New Environmental Policy Instruments in the European Union found in the catalog.
by Ashgate Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||230|
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This brand new textbook provides a concise and informative overview of environmental policy and politics in the European Union. It includes a thorough analysis of the traditional areas of environmental concern such as pollution and natural resources, as well as newer environmental issues, including GMOs and climate change. The external environmental policy of the European Union: EU and international law perspectives / edited by Elisa Morgera. pages cm Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1. Environmental law– European Union countries. 2. Environmental policy– European Union countries. 3. Environmental law, International. I.
Get this from a library! Environmental policy and politics in the European Union. [Tom Delreux; Sander Happaerts] -- "State-of-the-art analysis of EU environmental policy and the political dynamics that shape it. By stressing its global context, it examines the . ABSTRACT This paper offers an examination of environmental non-governmental organizations' (ENGOs') efforts to shape the adoption and use of new environmental policy instruments in an enlarged European Union. Applying a framework of policy learning, particular attention is given to the under-researched role of ENGOs as policy ‘teachers’ or ‘exporters’ of policy lessons.
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New Environmental Policy Instruments in the European Union: Politics, Economics, and the Implementation of the Packaging Waste Directive (Routledge Studies in Environmental Policy and Practice) by. Ian Bailey (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ian Bailey by: New Instruments for Environmental Policy in the EU provides a comprehensive analysis of the debate over new forms of environmental regulation in the European Union.
The conclusions draw attention to critical aspects of instrument design, as well as the difficulty of accommodating national policy diversity without contravening EU and international trade rules.3/5(1). New Environmental Policy Instruments in the European Union book Politics, Economics, and the Implementation of the Packaging Waste Directive New Environmental Policy Instruments in the European Union DOI link for New Environmental Policy Instruments in Cited by: Dr Alan Barrett, Economic and Social Research Institute, Ireland ’This book is useful for those interested in the development of EU environmental policy and the implementation of economic instruments in doing so This book is of great interest to policy-makers, environmentalists, and the packaging industry it is well organized, easy to consult ’.
Evidence from the Packaging Waste Directive suggests that the uneven application of European Union (EU) policies has been increased with the move towards New Environmental Policy Instruments, as these instruments can be finely honed to reflect particular national policy : Ian Bailey.
New instruments for environmental policy in the EU. [Jonathan Golub;] -- This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the debate over new forms of environmental regulation in the EU along with recommendations for improving the next generations of environmental policies.
Environmental economists have proposed that legislation should be supplemented or replaced by New Environmental Policy Instruments (NEPIs), such as eco-taxes, environmental charges, tradeable permits and voluntary agreements. This book looks as experiences with NEPIs in the EU.
New Instruments for Environmental Policy in the EU provides a comprehensive analysis of the debate over new forms of environmental regulation in the European Union.
The conclusions draw attention to critical aspects of instrument design, as well as the difficulty of accommodating national policy diversity without contravening EU and international trade rules. By assessing the use of 'new' environmental policy instruments in European Union countries including the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands and Austria, this timely book analyzes whether traditional forms of top-down government have given way to less hierarchical governance instruments, which rely strongly on societal self-steering and/or market forces.
The book's aim is to look forward and ask whether the EU is prepared or even able to respond to the 'new' governance challenges posed by the perceived need to use 'new' policy instruments and processes to 'mainstream' environmental thinking in all EU policy sectors.
New instruments for environmental policy in the EU: introduction and overview / Jonathan Golub --New environmental policy instruments in the UK / Stephen Tindale and Chris Hewett --New environmental policy instruments in Germany / Wolfram Cremer and Andreas Fisahn --New environmental policy instruments in the Netherlands / Duncan Liefferink --New environmental policy instruments in Belgium.
The European Union’s (EU) role in determining the overall goals and targets of environmental policy is widely understood. In contrast, the choices that underlie the patterns of policy instrument use have not been subjected to nearly as much analysis, even though the ability to select instruments constitutes the very essence of governing.
This chapter explores what the (non) use of certain. The book's aim is to look forward and ask whether the EU is prepared or even able to respond to the 'new' governance challenges posed by the perceived need to use 'new' policy instruments and.
Banking union. Better regulation. Better training for safer food. Biocides. Biological safety. European neighbourhood policy. European reference networks. European standards. Excise duties. Marine and coastal environment. Maritime affairs and fisheries.
Medical devices. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the development, making and implementation of European Union environmental politics and identifies the central areas and instruments of EU environmental policy.
It analyses the factors influencing not only the formulation but also the implementation of environmental measures in the complex multi-level setting of the EU. This paper examines how "new" environmental policy instruments (NEPIs) have spread within the European Union (EU) members rates and how the EU structure shapes the adoption of these instruments.
The European Union (EU) has a hugely important effect on the way in which environmental policies are framed and implemented in many different parts of the world, but especially Europe. The new and comprehensively revised edition of this well-known textbook provides a state-of-the-art analysis of all the EU’s environmental policies.
This paper examines how "new" environmental policy instruments (NEPIs) have spread within the European Union (EU) members rates and how the EU structure shapes the adoption of these instruments. The paper utilizes the policy learning and policy transfer literatures to examine how states learn, and how the EU intervenes in this learning process.
Policies have a key role in determining, and improving the state of our environment. European environmental policies have developed significantly since the first Environment Action Programme was decided in Since then several hundred legal acts addressing environmental issues have been adopted.
Environmental policy evaluation helps to identify how and which policies work; and what. This book provides a coherent analysis of the environmental challenges and achievements in institutional strengthening and policy reform, environmental policy instruments, environmental financing, and environmental management in enterprises in transition countries.
Towards a greener and more sustainable Europe. EU citizens benefit from some of the highest environmental standards in the world. The EU and national governments have set clear objectives to guide European environment policy until and a vision beyond that, of where to be bywith the support of dedicated research programmes, legislation and funding.
Book Description This collection of essays analyses the multiple instruments and innovative approaches of the EU as a global environmental actor. It assesses how it pursues the fight against climate change, sustainable forest management and biodiversity conservation outside its borders and the implications for trade and human rights.For the last two decades, the arena of European Union (EU) environmental policy has experienced intense discussions concerning the role of policy instruments (Jordan et al.
a; Halpern ), defined here as the myriad devices used by policy makers to achieve their preferred policy objectives.