Environmental Case Law Summary, June 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. Amongst the updates on offer in this month's roundup a gas company is forced to clean-up land contaminated years before the firm was formed, Italy is told to rein in its hunters, Spain leaves the EC foxed over snared otters, Luxembourg is in the dock for failing to bring in water laws and Ireland suffers fallout from Brussels for raising nuclear concerns with the UN.

  • ECJ rules on habitat protection [Restricted]

  • Ireland puts EC's nose out of joint by going over its head [Restricted]

  • Italy slow to implement ETS [Restricted]

  • Italy ignores EIA obligations [Restricted]

  • WWF has Italian hunters in its sights [Restricted]

  • Luxembourg lax on legislation for water [Restricted]

  • EC outfoxed as Spanish snare claim ruled otter nonsense [Restricted]

  • British courts test successor-of-polluter pays principle [Restricted]

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