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Institutionelle Architektur der EU nach dem Vertrag über eine Verfassung für Europa

Institutionelle Architektur der EU nach dem Vertrag über eine Verfassung für Europa

Gut oder schlecht für die europäische Umweltpolitik?
The treaty is nevertheless definitely advantageous for the environment.

In his article in the "Zeitschrift für Umweltrecht," Nils Meyer-Ohlendorf (Ecologic Institute) analyzes what consequences the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe would have for environmental policy. This treaty was signed in 2004 but did not come into force as it was not ratified. The author focuses on the institutional architecture of the European Union, which would undergo some changes due to the treaty.

Specifically, he examines how the treaty strengthens or weakens the political positions of the European Council, the Council of Ministers, the Commission, and the Parliament. As a conclusion, the author makes clear that the treaty is meant to be a compromise but definitely provides improved opportunities for environmental policy making.

The complete magazine issue [pdf, 1 MB, German] is available for download.


Citation

Meyer-Ohlendorf, Nils 2005: “Institutionelle Architektur der EU nach dem Vertrag über eine Verfassung für Europa - Gut oder schlecht für die europäische Umweltpolitik?”. Zeitschrift für Umweltrecht, Vol. 16, No. 5, 225-230.

Language
German
Publisher
Year
2005
Published In
Journal: Zeitschrift für Umweltrecht (ZUR) , Vol.16 | No.5
ISSN
0943-383X
Dimension
6 pp.
Keywords
Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe, VVE, evironmental policy, European Council, Council of Ministers, European Commission, European Parliament,