11 July 2011

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Commentary: “Features, Innovations And Shortcomings Of The Bill On Waste And Contaminated Soils”

Title: “Features, Innovations And Shortcomings Of The Bill On Waste And Contaminated Soils”

Author: José Francisco Alenza García, Professor of Administrative Law of Public University of Navarra

3 May 2011

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Commentary: “Environmental Sustainability And Administrative Law: A New Solution To The Economic Crisis Or A Constitutional Requirement? With Reference To The New Spanish Sustainable Economy Act (Ley De Economía Sostenible)”

Title: “Environmental Sustainability And Administrative Law: A New Solution To The Economic Crisis Or A Constitutional Requirement? With Reference To The New Spanish Sustainable Economy Act (Ley De Economía Sostenible)”

Author: Francisco Javier Sanz Larruga, Professor of Administrative Law of University of A Coruña (Spain)

Reception date: April 21st, 2011

Acceptance date: April 29th, 2011

Abstract:

The successful formulation of the sustainability paradigm – in its many aspects: environmental, social and economic- spreading in many programmatic and strategic documents of international organizations and national governments carried out in the context of the present economic crisis, sets out important problems of legal interpretation when it comes to introducing them uncritically in standard-setting instruments.

Sustainable development is not a mere conceptual resource derived from the new trends on environmental economy but a real legal principle that can be translated into important requirements and mandates aimed to the rational use of natural resources and its protection on the future generations.

If the aim is to achieve efficiently these objectives, the reception of the sustainability criteria – or at least the environmental ones- in the legal system

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18 April 2011

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Commentary: “Decisive Boost In The Consolidation Of A Responsible Public Procurement. Green Contracts: From Ability To Obligation”

Title: “Decisive Boost In The Consolidation Of A Responsible Public Procurement. Green Contracts: From Ability To Obligation

Author: Patricia Valcárcel Fernández, Adjoint Doctor Professor of Administrative Law of University of Vigo

Reception date: March 28th, 2011

Acceptance date: April 4th, 2011

Abstract:

The concern about environmental protection is a target that has made its way into different policies and actions promoted by the EU. Community regulations enacted in order to gradually harmonize public procurement procedures have also followed this tendency. In any case, taking into account that the individuals included in EU law scope are the main consumers in the great internal market, the integration of environmental criteria into public procurement procedures will constitute one of the best ways to implement the environmental principle of prevention.

4 April 2011

Comments Case-law Comments

Comentario jurisprudencial. “Control integrado de la contaminación: sobre la sentencia del TSJ del País Vasco de 1 de febrero de 2011 (Asunto Térmica de Pasaia) y del Juzgado N. 4 de lo Contencioso-administrativo de Bilbao de 12 de enero de 2001 (Asunto Petronor)”

Título: “Control integrado de la contaminación: sobre la sentencia del TSJ del País Vasco de 1 de febrero de 2011 (Asunto Térmica de Pasaia) y del Juzgado N. 4 de lo Contencioso-administrativo de Bilbao de 12 de enero de 2001 (Asunto Petronor)”

Autor: Agustín García Ureta, Catedrático de Derecho administrativo, Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal-Herriko Unibertsitatea

Fecha de recepción: 10/ 03 / 2011

Fecha de aceptación: 25 / 03 / 2011

Resumen:

La aplicación de la normativa relativa al control integrado de la contaminación está dando paso a una serie de pronunciamientos judiciales de interés. Algunos de ellos se han producido en el ámbito del Tribunal Supremo (v.g., STS 1 de diciembre de 2009). Otros, quizás más desapercibidos, se están sucediendo en otros niveles, pero no por ello pueden resultar de escaso interés. A continuación se examinan dos sentencias en relación con dos plantas sujetas a dicho sistema. Por una parte, una central térmica ubicada en Pasaia (Gipuzkoa) y, por otra, una refinería de petróleo que afecta a las localidades de Muskiz, Zierbena, y Abanto-Zierbena (Bizkaia).

Palabras clave: prevención y control integrados de la contaminación (IPPC); autorización

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29 October 2010

Articles

Artículo Doctrinal. "A vueltas con la Ley de Costas. La pretendida reforma de su disposición transitoria primera por la Ley de Navegación Marítima"

Título: “A vueltas con la Ley de Costas. La pretendida reforma de su disposición transitoria primera por la Ley de Navegación Marítima”

Autora: Marta García Pérez. Profesora Titular de Derecho Administrativo de la UDC

Fecha de recepción: 14/ 09 / 2010

Fecha de aceptación: 30 / 09 / 2010

Resumen:

Reflexiones sobre la Ley de Costas de 1988 tras veintidós años de su entrada en vigor, con referencia a la pretendida modificación de su disposición transitoria primera.

Palabras Clave:

Dominio público, costas, medio ambiente, competencias.

Abstract:

Comments on the Spanish Coastal Law thirty two years after having come into effect, with reference to the claimed modification of his first transitory disposition.

Keywords:

Public domain, coasts, environment, competences

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