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The Avosetta Series

The Avosetta Group is a small informal group of lawyers whose main purpose is to further the development of environmental law in the European Union and its Member States. Avosetta is the Latin name of a rare bird which resulted in the European Court of Justice establishing far-reaching principles of European nature protection law in the German Leybucht Case.  It has its own website on www.avosetta.org.

Those participating in Avosetta are invited due to the recognition of their distinction in European environmental law, and they take part in a personal and independent capacity. Nevertheless, Avosetta discussions aim to reflect a comprehensive cross-section of legal cultures within Europe. The Avosetta Series, published by Europa Law Publishing, publishes texts that present innovative discourse on European Environmental Law.

  • Property and Environmental Protection in Europe

    Property and Environmental Protection in Europe

    Gerd Winter (ed.) € 68,-

    This book examines how the weighing up of property and environmental protection interests is determined by law in the EU and their Member States.

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  • Environmental Democracy and Law

    Environmental Democracy and Law

    Gyula Bándi (ed.) € 89,-

    Concepts, theories and environmental rights may be valued through their implementation potential, and this forms the largest part of the book: how public participation is implemented in Europe – via the Aarhus Convention, within EU law and practice, and in national law.

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  • National Courts and EU Environmental Law

    National Courts and EU Environmental Law

    J.H. Jans, R. Macrory, A-M Moreno Molina € 68,-

    This book will look at the ‘remedial capacity’ of the doctrines direct effect, consistent interpretation and state liabilityfrom from the perspective of the national court applying them.

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  • The Aarhus Convention at Ten

    The Aarhus Convention at Ten

    Pallemaerts, M. € 68,-

    The various contributions to this volume address synergies and conflicts across the three ‘pillars’ of the Aarhus Convention and examine the broader legal and institutional implications of these interactions for the development of both EU law and international environmental law.

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  • Sustainable Development in International & National Law

    Sustainable Development in International & National Law

    Bugge, Hans Christian; Voigt, Christina € 80,-

    The book marks the 20th anniversary of the 1987 report of the “Brundtland Commission” which brought the concept of sustainable development to the forefront of the international agenda.

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  • Reflections on 30 years of EU environmental law

    Reflections on 30 years of EU environmental law

    Macrory, Richard € 125,-

    The inspiration for the book was a conference held in Bremen at the end of 2005 to mark the retirement of Ludwig Kramer from the European Commission.

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  • Access to Justice in Environmental Matters and the Role of NGOs

    Access to Justice in Environmental Matters and the Role of NGOs

    Sadeleer, Nicolas de; Roller, Gerhard; Dross, Miriam € 62,-

    This book is based on the findings of a research study on Access to Justice in Environmental Matters commissioned by the European Commission.

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