Access to Justice in Environmental Matters: Recent Developments

in International Community Law Review
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Abstract

The right of access to justice in environmental matters constitutes one of the three pillars enshrined by the Århus Convention to which the European Union is a Party. This article will examine a recent judgment of the European Court of Justice. Indeed, the latter appears to play an important role in the implementation of this procedural right.

Access to Justice in Environmental Matters: Recent Developments

in International Community Law Review

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Krämersupra note 2 p. 17.

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ECJ 15 October 2009Djurgården-Lilla Värtans Miljöskyddsförening C-263/08.

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ECJ 15 October 2009Djurgården-Lilla Värtans Miljöskyddsförening C-263/08 § 29.

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ECJ 15 October 2009Djurgården-Lilla Värtans Miljöskyddsförening C-263/08 § 45.

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ECJ 25 July 2008Janecek C-237/07 § 39. See Jan H. Jans “Harmonization of National Procedural Law via the Back Door? Preliminary Comments on the ECJ’s Judgment in Janecek in a Comparative Context” in M. Bulterman L. Hancher A. McDonnel and H. Sevenster (eds.) Views of European Law from the Mountain (2009) pp. 267–275.

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