Resources Keyword 'standing for NGO'
Standing of environmental NGOs in species protection case.
Environmental NGO standing in administrative sanctioning procedure.
Access to justice in spatial (urban) planning law
Belgium - Court of First Instance, Brussels - Greenpeace vs Flemish Region - Summary with link to judgment
Key issue: The right of environmental NGOs to ask a Court order to communicate air quality data to the European Commission and to draft a comprehensive air quality plan. Key words: civil proceedings…
EU - Court of Justice - Lesoochranárske zoskupenie VLK v Obvodný úrad Trenčín (C-243/15) - Summary with link to preliminary ruling
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…
Appeal against a cantonal decision of shooting protected birds in order to regulate their population; access to justice – a decision by public authorities that may have an impact on nature protection…
Sweden - Supreme Court (Högsta domstolen) - Taggen Vindpark case (n° NJA 2012 s. 921) - Summary with link to judgment
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.
Hungary - Supreme Court (Legfelsőbb Bíróság) - Tubes Hill case (n°Kfv.IV.37.629/2009/70) - Summary with link to judgment
Public access to information in decision-making procedure on specific activities serving national defence purposes.
Sweden - Land and Environmental Court of Appeal (Mark - och miljööverdomstolen) - Case 16:13 MB (Environmental Code), case n°MÖD 2012:47 and MÖD 2012:48 - Summary with link to judgment
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 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.