These papers were given at a workshop organised in Ostia Antica from 27 to 28 May 2005, by ICEF (International Court of the Environment Foundation) and the European Forum of Judges for the Environment, in co-operation with the European Commission. The workshop has proposed to assess the state of implementation of national legislation on the prevention and remedying of environmental damage in the twenty five Member States of the European Union, with particular reference to the Directive 20041351EC on the issue. The final session has focused on the environmental protection of the ecosystem Mediterranean Sea - Black Sea. Judges, experts, representatives of the Ministries of the Environment from Member States of the European Union and observers from the non EU countries have contributed to the open debate, comparing and exchanging experiences and making available the national reports collected in this volume.
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(2) The prevention and remedying of environmental damage should be implemented through the furtherance of the principle according to which the polluter should pay, as indicated in Article 174(2) of the Treaty and according to the European Union´s strategy on sustainable development as set out in Article 6 of the Treaty. INSPIRE 2017: Information for Submission
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