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Rechtsumsetzung und Vollzug der Wasserpolitiken

  • Yvonne Rees
  • Thomas F. Zabel
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Zusammenfassung

Dieser Bericht vergleicht die in Frankreich, Deutschland, Portugal, den Niederlanden sowie England und Wales angewandten Verfahren zur Kontrolle von Einleitungen in Gewässer. Dabei werden Regulierungsmechanismen betrachtet, d.h. die Anwendung der gesetzlichen Befugnisse zur Einführung von Rechtsnormen, sowie Vollzugsmaßnahmen, mit denen sichergestellt werden soll, daß diese Normen auch eingehalten werden. Außerdem werden Maßnahmen zur Förderung der Akzeptanz betrachtet, deren Bedeutung inzwischen immer höher eingeschätzt wird, um die herkömmlichen Befehls-und Überwachungsmechanismen zu ergänzen. Im einzelnen zielt dieser Bericht darauf ab,
  • die mit der Regulierung der Einleitungen in Gewässer befaßten Institutionen sowie die jeweiligen Mechanismen zu vergleichen und Unterschiede herauszuarbeiten

  • das Ausmaß der Regulierungs-und Vollzugsmaßnahmen zu vergleichen und Unterschiede herauszuarbeiten

  • die Stärken und Schwächen der verschiedenen Systeme zu bewerten

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  • Thomas F. Zabel

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