Environmental Case Law Summary, December 06

Once again Edie News and Semple Fraser team up to bring readers the latest on legal cases which impact on environmental industries in the UK and Europe. This month we see Finland hounded for allowing wolf hunting, Russia in trouble for forcing residents to leave a heavily polluted area without providing adequate compensation, Luxembourg rapped for failing to adopt a number of directives and several states before the courts for doing too little to treat waste water.

  • Russia fails to provide housing for those moved out of polluted zone [Restricted]

  • Finland in wolf hunting howler [Restricted]

  • No impact assessment for waste plant lands Italy in hot water [Restricted]

  • High cleaning costs no excuse for dirty water, Italy told [Restricted]

  • Court hears of state's failure on noise laws [Restricted]

  • Luxembourg lax on adopting water laws [Restricted]

  • Luxembourg sewage plants fail to meet standards [Restricted]

  • Belgium rapped by Brussels [Restricted]

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