Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law
Editor-in-Chief: Moritz Reese, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Leipzig, Germany; Associate Editors: Matthias Buck, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium; Simon Marr, German Federal Ministry for Environment, Germany, Bernard Vanheusden, Hasselt University, Belgium.
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As climate change is happening and mankind is likely to increase its burden on the environment, European environmental politics and its legal implementation across an enlarged EU is becoming ever more important. The Journal for European Environmental and Planning Law provides a unique intellectual forum for debating and analysing European environmental policies and law. Its aim is to facilitate an enhanced Community wide common understanding of how European environmental policy and law are regulated, transposed and implemented in different Member States.
Accordingly, each issue of the Journal for European Environmental and Planning Law provides an in-depth analysis of areas of European environmental and planning law often combined with a detailed description of its implementation in different Member States on a comparative basis. For this purpose the Journal for European Environmental and Planning Law regularly invites experts to contribute to focus-issues contrasting the different approaches, views and experiences on a specific subject matter. Hereby the Journal for European Environmental and Planning Law can also rely on input of a broad European wide network of editors and country correspondents.
A comprehensive service section in the Journal for European Environmental and Planning Law features important questions of the development of European environmental policy, law and jurisprudence, including surveys on specific implementation questions.