INTRODUCTION TO EU ENVIRONMENTAL LAW. OVERVIEW. ORIGINS OF EU LAW EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS ENVIRONMENTAL DECISION-MAKING ENVIRONMENTAL COMPETENCES IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT. I. ORIGINS OF EU LAW. EU ENVIRONMENTAL LAW .
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Pre-Lisbon: Art 230(4) EC
‘Any natural or legal person, may, under the same conditions, institute proceedings against a decision addressed to that person or against a decision which, although in the form of a regulation or a decision addressed to another person, is of direct and individual concern to the former’
Post-Lisbon: Art 263(4) TFEU
‘Any natural or legal person may…institute proceedings against an act addressed to that person or which is of direct and individual concern to them, and against a regulatory act which is of direct concern to them and does not entail implementing measures’
THE PRINCIPLE OF CONFERRED POWERS:
Total harmonisationv minimal harmonisation
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