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Protecting the environment through EC criminal law

, : Protecting the environment through EC criminal law. Environmental Law and Management 17(5): 199-208

This paper explains the legal and factual basis of the conflict between the Commission and the Council which resulted in the case, how the Court resolved that conflict and the implications of the Court's decision and reasoning for the use of EC criminal law to promote environmental protection.

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