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Legal regulation of climate protection following the adoption of the Paris Agreement
Balounová, Eva ; Žákovská, Karolina (referee)
Legal regulation of climate protection following the adoption of the Paris Agreement Abstract The Paris Agreement was adopted on 12 December 2015 and became effective on 4 November 2016. The Agreement's central aim is to keep the increase in global average temperature well below 2žC above pre-industrial levels and to limit the increase to 1.5žC. The Agreement starts to apply in 2020. Under the Paris Agreement, each Party must communicate its nationally determined contributions, which will help to achieve the purpose of the Agreement. The aim of this thesis is to analyse the development of the legal protection of the Earth's climate system in the European Union after the adoption of the Paris Agreement. Part One is subdivided into four chapters. The first chapter is introductory and provides an overview of basic terminology, scientific knowledge and observed changes in climate and their impact. Chapter Two deals with the subject matter of international climate change law. Chapter Three deals with the legal sources of international law, in particular with international conventions. Legal principles are described there as well. Chapter Four looks at the historical development of the international protection of the climate. Also, it focuses on the analysis of the Paris Agreement. This chapter describes the...
"The common policy for the protection of the environment in the light of the internal market of the European Union"
Scheu, Lenka ; Žákovská, Karolina (referee)
The subject of this dissertation thesis is to analyze the relationship between environmental protection on one side and legislation concerning the free internal market of the European Union on the other. In the practice of European law, this tension is reflected not only in the regulation of the free movement of goods, but also eg. in competition law. Protecting the environment is currently one of the complex issues of law and policy. Necessary response to adverse changes in the environment lays down binding rules on environmental protection in international law, EU law and national law. The EU internal market is secured by four fundamental market freedoms - the free movement of goods, persons, services and capital. The free movement of goods is a key principle of the internal market and it is governed by Articles 28-37 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. The relationship with the environment is reflected in the quality and characteristics of the products, and the conditions under which these products are marketed in different Member States. Environmental protection is strongly linked with service area, which concerns matters such as the operation of landfills. The EU's objectives in the areas of internal market and environmental protection very often collide. Then it is...
Legal regulation of the NATURA 2000 network
Pavlovská, Kateřina ; Žákovská, Karolina (advisor) ; Derlich, Stanislav (referee)
Legal regulation of the NATURA 2000 network Abstract The aim of the diploma thesis is to analyse the legal regulation of the Natura 2000 network, namely its creation and its subsequent protection. Natura 2000 is the network that primarily serves to the protection of biodiversity on the territory of the selected protected sites, which is created by the member states of the European Union on their terriotory. The creation and the protection of the Natura 2000 network are based on two major regulations of the secondary EU law, specifically Directive 2009/147/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the conservation of wild birds and Council Directive 92/43/EEC on the conservation of natural habitats and of wild fauna and flora. To achieve the most comprehensive analysis of the legal regulation were used five main chapters, into them is the thesis divided. The first chapter introduces the concept of Natura 2000, it describes the purpose of this network and also the principles on which it is based. The second chapter describes the international legal regulation in relation to the Natura 2000 network, this chapter contains the list of international agreements that are also focused on the nature protection and with that they present the basis for Natura 2000 network. The third chapter relates to the EU...
Legal régime of agricultural and fores land
Brynychová, Jana ; Franková, Martina (advisor) ; Žákovská, Karolina (referee)
This rigorosum thesis deals with the overall legal regime of lands, than not only the regime of their protection, but the main attention is paid to agricultural and forest lands. The main objective of this thesis is to approach the interrelationship between effective and previous legislation and their legal evaluation. In the publication is referred to proposed changes that could solve or at least mitigate the problems of the lawful legislation, and also is referenced to the case law of the courts, which helps to interpret unclear issues. Considering that the issue of lands is assorted into a complex system, the purpose of the thesis is to define the basic institutes of land law and try to remove the inconsistent regulation of soil protection in a number of legislation. The introductory chapter sets out the main objectives to be achieved in the thesis and also contains a summary of the motivational reasons that helped in choosing the thematic area. The second part, entitled "Overview of legal sources of land law", is devoted to individual legal regimes in the field of soil protection at the national, European and international levels, which it names and states their historical context. This chapter refers to the most important changes that have affected land law in connection with recodification....
Legal regulation of climate protection following the adoption of the Paris Agreement
Balounová, Eva ; Žákovská, Karolina (referee)
Legal regulation of climate protection following the adoption of the Paris Agreement Abstract The Paris Agreement was adopted on 12 December 2015 and became effective on 4 November 2016. The Agreement's central aim is to keep the increase in global average temperature well below 2žC above pre-industrial levels and to limit the increase to 1.5žC. The Agreement starts to apply in 2020. Under the Paris Agreement, each Party must communicate its nationally determined contributions, which will help to achieve the purpose of the Agreement. The aim of this thesis is to analyse the development of the legal protection of the Earth's climate system in the European Union after the adoption of the Paris Agreement. Part One is subdivided into four chapters. The first chapter is introductory and provides an overview of basic terminology, scientific knowledge and observed changes in climate and their impact. Chapter Two deals with the subject matter of international climate change law. Chapter Three deals with the legal sources of international law, in particular with international conventions. Legal principles are described there as well. Chapter Four looks at the historical development of the international protection of the climate. Also, it focuses on the analysis of the Paris Agreement. This chapter describes the...
Legislation for breeding animals
Staňková, Lenka ; Stejskal, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Žákovská, Karolina (referee)
The " Legislation for breeding animals" thesis gives overview of laws and regulations in this area. The respective legislation is included in many acts and regulations of public law, mainly the laws protecting animals from abuse. Some aspects of entrepreneurship and animal trade are included in private law. One part of the thesis covers international agreements and European legislation. Out of secondary European legislation the thesis discusses some regulations relating to the topic. The thesis also contains chapters on legislature concerning animal abuse, veterinary care and animal trade. It states differences in record keeping of farm animals and pet animals. The thesis also deals with animal trade, farming, breeding facilities and animal shelters. The thesis contains a chapter on competencies and the distribution of competencies among the authorities. There is a list of some competencies relating to the topic at every authority, with some authorities there are issues which are rarely addressed in publications (e.g. animal training licence or alternative dispute resolution for consumer disputes). The thesis also provides chapters on criminal acts and offences. Changes brought by act No. 114/2020 Sb. which changes the act No. 40/2009 Sb., Criminal Code, as subsequently amended, are described in...
The constitutional court as a negative legislator: Restriction of constitutionally guaranteed rights for the purposes of environmental protection
Knobová, Michaela ; Žákovská, Karolina (advisor) ; Stejskal, Vojtěch (referee)
The Constitutional Court as a negative legislator: Restriction of constitutionally guaranteed rights for the purposes of environmental protection Abstract This thesis examines how the Czech Constitutional Court deals with proposals to repeal laws or statutory provisions that restrict constitutional rights or other constitutional provisions concerning environmental protection. Specifically, it examines how the Court deals with conflicts between constitutional rights concerning environmental protection and other constitutional laws pertaining to the environment and/or the public interest in protecting the environment. In addition to the analysis of the decision-making practice of the Constitutional Court, the thesis deals with the anchoring of environmental protection in constitutional documents and in the Czech Constitution - both in the preambls of the Constitution and the Charter, where the environmental protection is embodied in individual rights and the state's duty to protect the environment, including those provisions where environmental or nature protection is explicitly enshrined as a possible grounds for restriction of another constitutional right. The thesis briefly describes the role of the Constitutional Court as a negative legislator, ie its power to repeal laws or individual statutory...
Emission limits as a legal instrument for the environmental protection
Mísař, Tomáš ; Sobotka, Michal (advisor) ; Žákovská, Karolina (referee)
1 ABSTRACT This diploma thesis deals with comprehensive analysis of emission limits which is one of the most important instruments of environment protection. The purpose of this diploma thesis is description and analysis of emission limits in protection of fundamental environmental compartments and in some cases also demonstration of its functioning on practical examples. The text of this diploma thesis is divided into six chapters. Firstly, this thesis provides a general characteristic of fundamental concepts, which creates a basis for all following parts of this diploma thesis. Further follows three chapters devoted to in detail description and analysis of emission limits in certain environmental compartment, whereas firstly there is always introduced its past and present progress. Further follows international, EU and national sources of law with evaluation. These two parts are followed by the third part which deals with in detail analysis of specifics and process of determination of emission limits values and eventually monitoring and evaluation of pollutants levels released by polluter. In conclusion of all these three chapters there is comprehensively summarized partial problematics and author's considerations about possible shortcomings in areas of achievable improvement. Last sixth chapter is...
Environmental protection against the harmful effects of human medicinal products
Slabá, Kateřina ; Žákovská, Karolina (advisor) ; Stejskal, Vojtěch (referee)
Environmental protection against the harmful effects of human medicinal products Abstract Medicinal products help humanity, but can they be a risk for it? In recent years, the occurrence of their residues in the environment and their impact on it has been monitored. Their occurrence is found to be widespread. Despite the small concentrations in which they occur, they have been shown to affect, for example, aquatic organisms. The issue of residues of medicinal products in the environment is a current topic, beginning to be also addressed by the European Union. The diploma thesis presents the legal regulations of environmental protection against the adverse effects of human medicinal products; it evaluates their effectiveness and, contains proposals de lege ferenda. First, it outlines the issue and the extent of the occurrence of residues of medicinal products in the environment and their risks for it. Furthermore, the work deals with the legal process of registration of medicinal products regulated by European Union law, within which an environmental risk assessment is created. There are described the shortcomings of the risk assessment procedure, the lack of a link to it that would effectively protect the environment, and the non-disclosure of results, which violates the right to information of the...

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