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145 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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165, 26 p. ; 30 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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26, 10, 64, 222, 50 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm.
Green Library
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xvi, 478 p. ; 25 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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xiv, 206 pages ; 24 cm.
  • The importance of Article 11 TFEU for regulating business in the EU : securing the very basis of our existence / Anja Wiesbrock and Beate Sjåfjell
  • Part I. Genesis, purpose and overarching significance of Article 11 TFEU
  • The sky is the limit : on the drafting of Article 11 TFEU's integration obligation and its intended reach / Julian Nowag
  • Article 11 TFEU in the light of the principle of sustainable development in iInternational law / Christina Voigt
  • The legal significance of Article 11 TFEU for EU institutions and member states / Beate Sjåfjell
  • Part II. Article 11 TFEU and the potential for reform of European business
  • Sustainable state aid : a full environmental integration into the EU's state aid rules? / Anja Wiesbrock
  • Corporate governance for sustainabilityary :the necessary reform of EU company law / Beate Sjåfjell
  • Article 11 : integrated reporting or non-financial reporting? / Charlotte Villiers and Jukka Mähönen
  • Towards an integrated product regulatory framework based on life-cycle thinking / Eléonore Maitre Ekern
  • Environmental damage insurance for sustainable business / Johanna Rosenqvist
  • The jigsaw puzzle of sustainability / Anja Wiesbrock and Beate Sjåfjell.
The relationship between environmentally sustainable development and company and business law has emerged in recent years as a matter of major concern for many scholars, policy-makers, businesses and nongovernmental organisations. This book offers a conceptual analysis of the principles of sustainable development and environmental integration in the EU legal system. It particularly focuses on Article 11 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), which states that EU activities must integrate environmental protection requirements and emphasise the promotion of sustainable development. The book gives an overview of the role played by the environmental integration principle in EU law, both at the level of European legislation and at the level of Member State practice. Contributors to the volume identify and analyse the main legal issues related to the importance of Article 11 TFEU in various policy areas of EU law affecting European businesses, such as company law, insurance and state aid. In drawing together these strands the book sets out the requirements of environmental integration and examines its impact on the regulation of business in the EU. The book will be of great use and interest to students and researchers of business law, environment law, and EU law.
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Law Library (Crown)
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22 pages : color illustrations ; 30 cm.
"The ACP Investment Facility, managed by EIB, is a risk-bearing revolving fund supporting investments by private and commercially run public entities in the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States. It provides medium- to long-term financing through various financial instruments and thereby aims at delivering sustainable economic, social and environmental benefits. The Court concludes that the Investment Facility adds value and its operations are overall coherent with the EU development cooperation with ACP countries. The contractual obligation to inform the end beneficiaries about EIB/Investment Facility funding is however not always followed and technical assistance does not always target small and medium-sized enterprises."-- Back cover.
Green Library
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87 p. ; 30 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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66 pages : color illustrations ; 30 cm.
  • Executive summary
  • Introduction. European Union policy on the environment aims at a high level of protection; Preventing dangerous climate change is a priority of the European Union; Public administrations play an important role in achieving climate targets
  • Audit scope and approach
  • Observations. The EU institutions and bodies have no common policies to monitor and mitigate their greenhouse gas emissions; The EU institutions and bodies do not make full use of the environmental management tools promoted by the Commission
  • Conclusions and recommendations
  • Annex: Audit approach for assessing green public procurement
  • Replies of: the European Council and the Council of the European Union; the European Commission; the Court of Justice of the European Union; the European Central Bank; the European Court of Auditors; the European External Action Service; the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions of the European Union; the European Investment Bank; the European Aviation Safety Agency; the European Environment Agency; the European Medicines Agency; the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (Trade Marks and Designs).
"For the European Union's climate policy to be credible, the EU institutions and bodies need to be at the cutting edge in designing and implementing policies to reduce their own greenhouse gas emissions. This special report examines how the EU institutions and bodies are tackling the challenge to contribute to the Union's 2020 goal of at least a 20% reduction in its emissions compared to 1990 by mitigating the impact of their administrative operations on the environment."-- Page [4] of cover.
Green Library

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