The Development of the Instruments of Enviromental Law and the Judical Practice
Szerzők: Gyula, Bándi - Orsolya, Szabó - Luca Kovács-Végh - Bence, Stágel - Szilvia, Szilágyi
Szent István Társulat - PPKE JÁK, 2008
In our world environmental protection has an always growing importance, first of all through the social and market regulatory function of the state. A good sign of it is that environmental legislation comes to nearly one-seventh of the acquis communautaire of the European Community, thus it is extensive even on its own. Besides, the number of environmental cases of the European Court of Justice - more than one-fith of all cases - proves itself that the practical implementation of the states and other legal subjects is far from being satisfactory.