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This article identifies ‘locality’ as an overarching concept in EU energy law. This has two consequences. First, it highlights the need for coherent law-making on EU level, specifically by avoiding multiplication of similar-but-not-identical concepts. Second, I argue locality can be considered a...
The Fukushima Daishii nuclear disaster lead countries to change their nuclear approaches changed drastically. Although being a traditionally pronuclear country, France followed this tendency by approving a strategy to reduce its nuclear portfolio. Under European law this development is permitted...
Whereas in most countries environmental law is commonly highly fragmented into an enormous amount of sectoral legislative acts, New Zealand and The Netherlands uniquely intend to have just one domestic environmental legislative act putting all fragmented sectoral laws and decrees in only one act...
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