EU Environmental Impact Assessment Directive - challenges and perspectives in the light of the past experiences and the recent proposal for amendment

Date and place: 23-24 May 2013, Wrocław, Law Faculty of the Wrocław University, Uniwersytecka St. 7-10 (Building "D"), I floor

The aim of the conference is to examine the proposed changes of the EIA Directive in the light of the hitherto practical experience (Member States experience, jurisprudence of EU courts and international bodies) and views expressed in the literature. The purpose is to identify the possible challenges with a view to influence the further legislative process.

Organizers:

    
          

Scientific Committee:

  • Chair: Jerzy Jendrośka, PhD, Director, Environmental Law Center; Adjunct-Professor of European law, Opole University and Managing Partner, Jendroska Jerzmanski Bar & Partners. Environmental Lawyers
  • Konrad Nowacki, PhD, Professor of environmental law, Wroclaw University and GPPLEN
  • Gerhard Roller, PhD, Professor of environmental law, Bingen University and ELNI
  • Piotr Otawski, PhD, Deputy General Director for Environmental Protection and Poznan University
  • Secretary: Magdalena Bar, attorney-at-law Jendrośka Jerzmański Bar & Partners. Environmental Lawyers and Environmental Law Center

Agenda and conference presentations

Feedback from participants

Please note that the conference is organized as a "green event". This means that, when planning and implementing the Conference, the organizers undertook all steps to minimize and possibly offset the carbon footprint it created. The organizers also tried to choose solutions which would bring tangible environmental and social benefits.

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Conference translation services contributed by POPT.03.01.00-00-304/12 project,
co-funded by the European Union Technical Assistance Operational Programme 2007-2013





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