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Integrated Pollutant Transfer Register - the positive and negative aspects of the czech legal regulation

By Kristýna Andrlová


The aim of the presented bachelor thesis is to provide a systematic insight into the system of Integrated Pollutant Emission Register as a czech version of Pollutant Emission Registers. The main purpose od the thesis is to answer the question who is the real beneficiary of such a source of information and whether our specific legal provisions have a rather positive or negative effect towards both its users and obliged enterpreneurs. Does it bring more good or bad and does it cost a lot or not? By means of description and analysis of its current legal status, the thesis first seeks to depict its legal development, position in international context as well as its nature and function. The second part of the thesis is devoted to research work, which was undertaken by means of questionnaire addressed to obliged businesses. The questionnaire was divided into three separate parts and its main purpose was to analyse the changes emerging from the new legislation and their financial consequences, taken from the responses of directly involved subjects. At the end, the thesis summarises conclusions from both its theoretical and practical part in order to answer the questions mentioned above and suggest a few possibilities for the future development of the czech system. The bachelor thesis is written in Czech language

Topics: Právo na informace o životním prostředí; Pollutant registers; Aarhus Convention; Princip znečišťovatel platí; Účast veřejnosti; Polluter pays principle; Registry znečišťování; Aarhuská úmluva; Integrated Pollutant Emission Register; Integrovaný registr znečišťování; Rght to information on environment; Public involvement
Publisher: Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze
Year: 2010
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