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The legal regulation of the environmental impact assessment
Vondrášková, Terezie ; Sobotka, Michal (advisor) ; Franková, Martina (referee)
The main goal of this thesis is to provide a description and analysis of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), which is one of the significant legal tools of environmental quality protection. This process precedes the development consent to the project and his purpose is to identify and comprehensively evaluate environmental impact of a project. The first part of this thesis is focused on the international and European legal context of the EIA. This part introduces the key international treaties related to the EIA (the Aarhus Convention and the Espoo Convention), then an example of the EIA's integration into policy of one of the international organisations (an example of the World Bank) and the reflection if the EIA procedure can be considered as part of the international customary law. In the second part of this chapter the context of the European law (especially the revised Directive 2011/92/EU) and the current Czech legal regulation is outlined. The second part of this thesis consists of the analysis of the Czech legal regulation of the EIA under the Act No. 100/2001 Coll., on the Environmental Impact Assessment, with the emphasis on its recent amendments (especially the amendment of Act No. 326/2017 Coll. effective from 1 November 2017). In this part the essential elements of the EIA...
Project Risk Management in a Particular Company
Sobotka, Michal ; Jiří Koukal, MSc., MBA (referee) ; Adamec, Vladimír (advisor)
This master's thesis is focused on risk management in a particular project in a particular company. The opening part deals with the principles of customers loyalty programs, formulation of goals and the main methods used for risk identification and quantification. The analytical part contains an analysis of the current state of the company and a description of the project and its plans. The main task of this work is to identify and evaluate project risks and propose measures to reduce their severity. The output of the thesis is an inventory of the risks of the project, which can serve also for other projects of the company.
Public participation in procedures under the Building Act
Vozák, Jiří ; Franková, Martina (advisor) ; Sobotka, Michal (referee)
Public participation in the procedures under the Building Act Abstract This work deals with the participation of environmental NGOs in environmental decision-making with emphasis on the procedures under the Building Act. The purpose is to evaluate the level of public participation in the Czech Republic and assess whether it meets the international obligations. The protection of the environment relies on the activity of public authorities. However, the public participation also plays an important role in this matter. The public participation is a valuable tool of a democratic society, as it may help to protect the environment. The institute of public participation takes many different forms. The rights and duties related to the public participation may vary depending on its particular form. Natural and legal persons are both able to take part in decision-making of public authorities. Nevertheless, these two subjects have different position and may set up different claims in the administrative procedures. The institute of public participation is not regulated unanimously. The regulation varies upon different acts and areas of participation. The regulation of public participation exists at several levels - the international law, the law of the European Union, the national constitutional law and the Czech...
Building law environmentalisation - status quo and perspectives
Židek, Dominik ; Sobotka, Michal (referee)
The dissertation deals with a phenomenon called building law environmentalisation. The aim of this thesis is to analyse the basic factors leading to the entry of environmental influences into the processes of public building law on the basis of legal regulations, doctrinal opinions and very extensive case law of the administrative courts. The main content of the thesis is the analysis of these factors and the subsequent generalisation of the conclusions of the analysed phenomenon. The thesis answers the question: what is the extent to which is the current public building law influenced by "environmental acts"? Thus what does specifically influence the processes of public building law by environmental law and what is the extent of this influence? The text of the dissertation is divided into seven chapters. The first three of them can be perceived as a gradually concretized general framework of the problem, from the initial facts about the EU legal requirements, through the basic characteristics of the building law to the detailed analysis of the individual administrative tools ("final" administrative acts) of building law. The next three chapters are devoted to the detailed examination of mechanisms for assessing and taking into consideration the interests of environmental protection in "decision-...
Legal regulation of air quality protection
Glozyga, Dušan ; Derlich, Stanislav (advisor) ; Sobotka, Michal (referee)
This thesis deals with the issues associated with the legal regulation of air quality protection. The main objective is to describe, analyse and evaluate the condition of the current legal regulation which is mainly represented by the Act no. 201/2012 Coll., on the protection of air. The introductory part of the thesis focuses on the historical development of the legal regulation, its primary milestones, as well as legal regulation according to International and European Law and its impact on the internal national legislation. Furthermore, the thesis also focuses on the currently valid legal regulation and its components and clarifies its basic terminology. The largest portion of the thesis focuses on the legal regulation of the individual instruments regulated primarily by the Act no. 201/2012 Coll., on the protection of air, with the primary focus being the stationary sources of pollution. These instruments are sorted into traditional groups, each respectively representing conceptual, administrative-legal and economic instruments. The chapter on conceptual instruments primarily focuses on the two fundamental instrumental programs, that is a) - The National Emission Reduction Program of the Czech Republic, and b) - programs aimed at improving air quality and their importance in legal regulation....
The landscape planning and the protection of natural components of environment in the Czech law
Palečková, Alena ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Sobotka, Michal (referee)
The landscape planning and the protection of natural components of environment in the Czech law Abstract This rigorous thesis deals with the legal regulation of the landscape planning and the protection of natural components of environment in the Czech legal system. The rigorous thesis further extends the author's diploma thesis called "The creation of landscape in the law". These terms - creation of landscape and landscape planning - are closely linked to each other. The author decided to deepen the topic of the landscape planning as this topic was unable to cover completely in the scope of the diploma thesis. This rigorous thesis supplements the diploma thesis, extends the topic further and describes it in more detail. Yet, the topic as a whole is still not completely covered by this rigorous thesis. The aim of this rigorous thesis is to analyse the legal regulation of the landscape planning and the protection of natural components of environment in the Czech legal system. The analysis is made specifically to ascertain if the legal regulation of the landscape planning and the protection of natural components of environment is included in the Czech legal system and if yes, then in which ways it is. The rigorous thesis is divided into five parts. The first part of the thesis contains the analysis of the...
The Legislation Governing Energy Efficiency in the European Union
Štípa, Martin ; Sobotka, Michal (advisor) ; Derlich, Stanislav (referee)
THE TITLE OF THE DIPLOMA THESIS AND ABSTRACT TITLE: The Legislation Governing Energy Efficiency in the European Union ABSTRACT: The European Union's energy policy has undergone a major transformation over the last few years. The interest in ensuring sustainability, self-sufficiency, competitiveness and secure energy supplies leads to deeper energy integration among Member States. High energy efficiency is an ideal tool for achieving these particular objectives because its basic principle is to provide more services while using the same or even less energy. As a result, a variety of conceptual instruments and relevant legislation have been revised over the last few years, which was accompanied by a conflict of interest between various stakeholders and the adoption of less than ideal compromise solutions. This diploma thesis aims to evaluate the current legislation on energy efficiency in the European Union, including its development. The thesis is divided into three parts, the first of which represents the initial theoretical basis that aims to define the basic concepts and indicators of energy efficiency. The second part deals with the strong link between environmental protection and energy efficiency while emphasizing the importance of fundamental environmental principles that are reflected in the...
The Czech Environment Inspectorate
Kremplová Mendrygalová, Nina ; Sobotka, Michal (advisor) ; Derlich, Stanislav (referee)
1 The Czech Environmental Inspectorate Abstract This Master's thesis describes and analyses the Czech Environmental Inspectorate, a specialized supervisory authority that oversees compliance with legal regulations and administrative decisions rendered by the public administrative authorities in the area of the protection of the environment. The partial aim of this thesis is to introduce the Czech Environmental Inspectorate and to highlight its irreplaceable role at environmental protection in the Czech Republic. The main aim of this thesis is to describe and analyze the supervision activity of this authority and its follow-up measures, which are assigned to this authority by the legal regulation, and to highlight the changes brought by two fundamental legislative changes, namely the adoption of Act No. 255/2012 Coll., on administrative control (Control Code) and Act No. 250/2016 Coll., on administrative offenses, that influenced this authority. This thesis consists of four main chapters. The first and second chapters of this thesis are the introductory chapters. The first chapter highlights the current importance of environmental protection and specifies the role of administrative supervision as an essential tool to protect the environment. The second chapter presents the basic historical context of the...
Legal regulation of air protection against air pollution from unlisted sources
Bělohoubek, Václav ; Sobotka, Michal (advisor) ; Žákovská, Karolina (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of legal regulation of air protection against air pollution from unlisted sources. Unlisted sources are a group of stationary sources, that are not listed in Annex 2 of Act No. 201/2012 Coll., On air protection. It is a diverse group of minor sources of air pollution, which are generally subject to softer regulation than the sources listed. On one hand, unlisted sources are less polluting than listed sources, but on the other hand, their number is much higher. In total, they are even the largest polluters in terms of emissions of some substances. Unlisted sources can be divided into combustion and non-combustion sources. With regards to their frequency, the subject of the paper is mainly unlisted combustion sources. A typical example of such unlisted source is a solid fuel boiler designed to heat a building. The first part of the thesis focuses on air protection in general and its subject is also an explanation of how the sources of air pollution are divided. In the second part, the system of instruments of regulation of unlisted sources is described. The thesis aims to outline the possibilities of their practical application and to assess their impact on the state of the air. The third part contains the liability and supervision in field of air protection...
Construction entitlement and construction permit
Grym, Christian ; Franková, Martina (advisor) ; Sobotka, Michal (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on legal aspects of a private and public construction law from builder's perspective with a special emphasis on several current issues of Czech legislation and jurisprudence. As its name suggests this thesis is divided into two parts which corresponds to construction entitlement and construction permit. The first part of the thesis is comparison of terms land and building within different legal regulations. These two terms are highly important because they represent a normative basis for the issue. Subsequently, the most frequent private- law titles, entitling the construction of a building, together with the institutions of usucaption and the problem of unauthorized construction, which are very closely related to these titles, are analyzed. The core of this thesis is the second part, dealing with spatial planning, planning proceeding and construction permitting. These partial problems are analyzed in a timeline as they naturally follow from one viewpoint of the builder. While less emphasis is placed on spatial planning and construction permits, a deeper analysis is devoted to the planning proceeding. This fact has its merit, because from the procedural point of view, the planning proceeding is of the greatest importance and also has a close connection with a...

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