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International Comparative Legal Guide to Environment & Climate Change Law 2020 - European Union chapter

International Comparative Legal Guide to Environment & Climate Change

International Comparative Legal Guide to Environment & Climate Change Law 2020 - European Union chapter

25.02.2020 BE law

The ICLG to Environment & Climate Change Law 2020 covers common issues in environment and climate change laws and regulations – including environmental policy and its enforcement, environmental permits, waste, liabilities, among others – in 27 jurisdictions.

Jan Bouckaert, Guan Schaiko, Cedric Degreef and Maarten Christiaens from our Brussels office have authored the European Union chapter for the ICLG Environment & Climate Change Law guide 2020.

Click here to open a printable version of the contribution.

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