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Resources Keyword 'public concerned'

Standing to challenge air quality plans in Poland
Good Practice: Successful initiative to build capacity in 'disproportionately affected communities' and defend their right to participate in environmental decision-making in the UK.   Type: Non-…
Standing for the public concerned – An administrative authorisation procedure for a project likely to have a significant effect on the environment may not be concluded if an ENGO’s request to be…
Criteria for ENGO standing –The criteria in law for ENGO standing must be read generously in order to meet with the international obligations on access to justice in environmental matters.
Criteria for ENGO standing - The criteria in law for ENGO standing must be read generously in order to meet with the international obligations on access to justice in environmental matters.
Standing for individuals - Individuals must have the possibility to challenge each step in environmental proceedings which are decisive in the decision-making, even on issues that relate merely to…
Criteria for ENGO standing - The criteria in law for ENGO standing must be read generously order to comply with the international obligations on access to justice in environmental matters.
Standing of environmental non-governmental organizations – Procedural law shall be interpreted in order to give the public concerned broad opportunities to challenge in court decisions on forestry.
ENGO standing – The open criteria in national procedural law must be read so as to enable ENGOs to challenge in court decisions on the hunt of wolves, which is a species protected in law.
The Aarhus Convention includes a broad scope right to actio negatoria of the public concerned. Even if it is not directly enshrined in every specific national legal act, it derives from the…