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Electric Vehicles Exempt From Emissions-Reducing Speed Limits
The transport sector is especially important for reducing worldwide greenhouse gas emissions and air pollutants.
Austria
10 Apr 2019
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Parliament Adopts Comprehensive Environmental Package
On 25 October 2018 Parliament adopted a new comprehensive environmental package comprising
Austria
22 Nov 2018
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Bauordnungsnovelle 2018: Die Stadt Wien Plant Die Wiener Bauordnung Samt Nebengestzen Bis Ende Jahres Zu Novellieren
Die Novelle hat folgende Eckpunkte: schnellere, einfachere Bauverfahren, Wohnen leistbar zu machen, die gewerbliche Nutzung von Wohnungen zu reduzieren (Stichwort "AirBnB") ...
Austria
11 Sep 2018
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Will New State Targets Lead To Reduced Environmental Protection?
Since the beginning of the Second Republic, the Constitution has provided so-called 'state targets', which have guided the government to declare certain interests to be substantial.
Austria
11 Sep 2018
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Climate Impact: Game Changer For Third Runway At Vienna Aiport
In February 2017 the Federal Administrative Court hindered the plans for a third runway to be built at Vienna Airport, explaining that the positive aspects of the project could not justify the extra carbon dioxide (CO2) pollution.
Austria
30 May 2017
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Is A Closed Pumping System A Hydroelectric Power Plant?
The Koralm pumped storage hydroelectric power plant will be constructed in Styria, Austria. With a bottleneck output of about 1 gigawatt, it will be one of the most powerful hydropower plants in Austria.
Austria
27 Oct 2016
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Implementation Of The Water Framework Directive
What remains of the "class theory" following the ECJ's 1 July 2015 (C-461/13) ruling with regard to the "no-deterioration" clause?
Austria
3 Jul 2015
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Aarhus Convention – Infringement Procedure Against Austria
The international Aarhus Convention was concluded by both the European Union and its member states. The convention lays down procedural safeguards in environmental decision-making processes.
Austria
26 May 2015
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ECJ Rules On Exploratory Drilling For Natural Gas And Mineral Oil
In August 2011 the Ministry of Economy authorised the Austrian crude oil exploration company Rohöl-Aufsuchung AG to undertake exploratory drilling for natural gas and mineral oil within the Austrian municipality of Straßwalchen.
European Union
28 Apr 2015
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Commission Unveils Guidance For Groundwater And Soil Protection Measures To Be Taken By Operators Of IPPC Installations
The Industrial Emissions Directive ("IED", 2010/75/EU) adopted in 2010 introduced more stringent measures for the protection of soil and groundwater.
European Union
21 May 2014
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ECJ Rules That Natura 2000 Sites Are Not Carved In Stone
The ECJ has held that in certain cases, the Member States are required to propose to the Commission the declassification of a site on the list of SCIs.
European Union
11 Apr 2014
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The Future Of European Energy And Climate Policy Beyond 2020
The long-awaited white paper of the Commission on climate, renewable energy, and energy efficiency going forward beyond 2020 was released on 22 January 2014 (the Communication).
European Union
6 Feb 2014
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Environment 2013 - Austria
As Austrian environmental law is shaped by the Austrian federal legal system, the Austrian polity and allocation of competences is outlined in the following.
Austria
19 Nov 2012
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EU/CEE: Carbon Trading Post-2012 – A Battle For Transitional Free Allocation Of Emission Allowances
The EU Climate Change Package provides for a substantial change to the current European Trading Scheme.
European Union
9 Oct 2012
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Industrial Site Contaminations Likely To Be-Come More Transparent In M&A Transactions In Near Future
As of 7 January 2013, certain industries will become subject to more stringent environmental investigation and reporting obligations.
European Union
11 Sep 2012
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Legal Developments In The Regulatory Practice
Schoenherr is pleased to announce the release of its first Regulatory Newsletter. We have created the newsletter to provide stakeholders and clients from different industries with regular updates on regulatory issues, such as new developments in the fields of environmental and energy law, TMT, life sciences and public procurement law.
Austria
20 Sep 2011
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