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Protecting the Baltic Marine Environment

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Protecting the Baltic Marine Environment

Possibilities and Challenges of an Action Programme for Phasing Out Discharges, Emissions and Losses of Hazardous Substances

Piotrowski, Ralph; R. Andreas Kraemer; Christine Hille and Sheridan Johns 1998: Protecting the Baltic Marine Environment: Possibilities and Challenges of an Action Programme for Phasing Out Discharges, Emissions and Losses of Hazardous Substances. Ecologic, Berlin.


Citation

Piotrowski, Ralph; R. Andreas Kraemer; Christine Hille and Sheridan Johns 1998: Protecting the Baltic Marine Environment: Possibilities and Challenges of an Action Programme for Phasing Out Discharges, Emissions and Losses of Hazardous Substances. Ecologic, Berlin.

Language
English
Author(s)
Christine Hille
Sheridan Johns
Funding
  • Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management (BMLFUW), Austria
Publisher
Year
1998
Dimension
100 pp.
Project ID
912-02
Table of Contents

1 Summary
2 Introduction
2.1 Background to this Study
2.2 Objectives ot this Study
2.3 Sources and Method
2.4 Report Structure
3 Background to the Action Programme
4 The State of the Baltic Sea
5 The Countries in Transition
5.1 Introduction to the Countries in Transition
5.2 International Activities in the Baltics
5.3 Estonia
5.3.1 The Situation of Hazardous Substances in Estonia
5.3.2 The Environmental Protection Capacity of Estonia
5.3.3 Conclusions Relating to Estonia
5.4 Latvia
5.4.1 The Situation of Hazardous Substances in Latvia
5.4.2 The Environmental Protection Capacity of Latvia
5.4.3 Conclusions Relating to Latvia
5.5 Lithuania
5.5.1 The Situation of Hazardous Substances in Lithuania
5.5.2 The Environmental Protection Capacity of Lithuania
5.5.3 Conclusions Relating to Lithuania
5.6 Poland
5.6.1 The Situation of Hazardous Substances in Poland
5.6.2 The Environmental Protection Capacity in Poland
5.6.3 Conclusions Relating to Poland
5.7 Russia
5.7.1 The Situation of Hazardous Substances in Russia
5.7.2 The Environmental Protection Capacity of Russia
5.7.3 Conclusions relating to Russia
5.8 Summary on the Countries in Transition
6 The European Community and the Baltic Sea Area
6.1 Marine Environmental Policy of the European Community
6.1 .1 The Legal Basis for Marine Environmental Policy
6.1.2 Community Environmental Policies Affecting the Marine Waters
6.2 Accession to the European Union and Approximation of Law of the Countries in Transition
6.3 The European Community and its Member States
6.3.1 Competencies of the Union with Regard to International Treaties
6.3.2 Possibilities for Supplementary Activities of the European Union
6.3.3 Denmark
6.3.4 Finland
6.3.5 Germany
6.3.6 Sweden
7 Conclusions
7.1 Conclusions specific to the Countries in Transition
7.2 Conclusions specific to the EC and its Member States
7.3 General Remarks and Suggestions
8 Bibliography
9 Annexes