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L’État, représentant naturel de l’intérêt environnemental ?

By Philippe Billet

Abstract

The State has not an exclusive competence to defend the environmental interests before the Courts, but it has the most comprehensive approach to the general interest that underlies its protection. Individuals are limited in their interest to proceed by their personnal and immediate interest ; associations are governed by their charters and interests of local authorities are confined in the boundaries of their jurisdiction. The deficiency or the refusal of the State required to consider alternatives, parallel, complementary or supplementary solutions, involving a shared jurisdiction in defending the environment

Topics: environment, protection, judicial remedy, legal interest, legitimacy, environmental law, Environmental sciences, GE1-350
Publisher: Éditions en environnement VertigO
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.4000/vertigo.16244
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:8c250b8e84fe4dfdbb5e64fd9b092392
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