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Legal framework of electricity production from renewable resources with special focus on photovoltaic plants
Frantlová, Magda ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Žákovská, Karolina (referee)
This thesis is focused on legal regulation of renewable resources of energy. The main focus of this thesis is to analyse Czech regulation in the area of renewable resources while discussing the related practical problems and impacts. I also mention related legal disputes and possible legal consequences of the steps the Czech government decided to take in the area of regulation of the renewable resources of energy.
International Climate Change Law
Jiřičná, Kateřina ; Fabšíková, Tereza (advisor) ; Damohorský, Milan (referee)
1 Abstract Title of the thesis: International Climate Change Law Key words: climate change, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Paris Agreement The thesis focuses on evaluation of the development of international climate change law since its beginnings with emphasis on the development in recent years. The diploma thesis is divided into an introduction, five parts and a conclusion. The first part focuses on the scientific background of climate change. The second part describes the complexity of this problem and explains the reasons for different approaches of the states to climate change. The third part deals with the subject and sources of climate law. The fourth and fifth parts are devoted to a detailed description of the development of the international climate change regime within the UN with the focus on the development after the adoption of the Paris Agreement in the fifth part.
International Trade in Endangered Species and Its Legal Regulation (50 Years of CITES)
Vinduška, Vojtěch ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Stejskal, Vojtěch (referee)
International Trade in Endangered Species and Its Legal Regulation (50 Years of CITES) Abstract This thesis focuses on the legal regulation of international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora. The main objective of this thesis is to perform a comprehensive analysis of the system of legal regulation of international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora, both at the international and European level, as well as its implementation into Czech legislation and to provide a fundamental comparison of these levels. The thesis should lead to reflection on the necessity and importance of the protection of endangered species, especially when they are subject to international trade. The thesis is divided into four parts. The first part deals with the international trade in endangered species itself. It provides an explanation of the term international trade in endangered species, an analysis of its global scale, its impact on the planet's biodiversity, and the goals that regulation of this sector of international trade seeks to achieve. The second part discusses the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, primarily from the perspective of the historical development of this area and the gradual evolution of the Convention itself. It also outlines the...
The restriction of real property for the protection of nature and landscape
Bednářová, Blanka ; Damohorský, Milan (referee) ; Franková, Martina (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is the analysis of legal instruments regarding the restriction of the ownership of real property arising out of the protection of nature and landscape. This diploma thesis is divided into 7 chapters including the introduction and the conclusion. The second chapter deals with the constitutional origin of the respective legal institutes. The third chapter deals with the conflict of the fundamental rights. The fourth chapter provides for the fundamental institutes, their basic components, and their legal basis in private and public law. The fifth chapter is concerned with the particular restrictions of the ownership of real property as stipulated by relevant legal regulations. This chapter is divided into the analysis of the act no. 114/1992 Coll. in general and the analysis of the general and special protection of nature and Natura 2000 and provides examples of the respective legal institutes. The sixth chapter defines the restriction of the ownership rights arising out of other acts. The conclusion is concerned with the comparison of the aforementioned legal institutes and the evaluation of the particular features thereof. The conclusion also provides proposals for prospective changes in the relevant legislation.
Legal regulation of ex situ biodiversity conservation
Hronová, Ivana ; Derlich, Stanislav (advisor) ; Damohorský, Milan (referee)
Legal regulation of ex situ biodiversity conservation Abstract This thesis focuses on the legal regulation of biodiversity conservation at international, European and mainly national level, in relation to ex situ conservation. The aim of the thesis is to introduce and provide an overview of the legal regulation of biodiversity conservation with a focus on ex situ protection of species of animals and plants. The secondary objectives of the thesis are de lege ferenda considerations in response to the identified shortcomings of the legal regulation in the Czech Republic, together with a comparison of selected provisions of the Slovak and Czech legal system. Overall, the thesis is intended to encourage reflection on the importance of biodiversity conservation and to focus attention on programmes, facilities and other methods of addressing ex situ protection. The thesis is divided into four parts. The first part deals with basic concepts such as biodiversity and its levels, or a more detailed definition of in situ and ex situ conservation. The global issue of species extinction and the overall loss of biodiversity is also discussed along with the importance of its conservation. The second part covers the sources of international and European law in the field of nature protection and care for biological...
Welfare of farmed animals in European Union law
Kubíková, Gabriela ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Stejskal, Vojtěch (referee) ; Smolek, Martin (referee)
Welfare of farmed animals in European Union law Abstract: The dissertation deals with the protection of farmed animals and their welfare in the European Union law. This is a topic of growing social importance, primarily due to the ethical and environmental concerns associated with intensive animal farming and the increasing societal pressure to strengthen the legal protection of these animals. In addition to providing a general overview of the role of the European Union in the protection of farmed animals, the aim of this thesis is to analyse the current animal welfare legislation in the EU, both in terms of its content (i.e. specific requirements set by the legislation), which is put into comparison with scientific findings in the field of animal welfare, and in terms of its application in practice. On the basis of this analysis and comparison, recommendations are then formulated which address the identified shortcomings and could improve the current state of farmed animal protection in the EU. The thesis is divided into an introduction, five chapters and a conclusion. The introduction provides an outline of the issue and highlights the links between the protection of farmed animals and the environment, lays down the research questions, outlines the structure of the thesis, summarises the methods used and...
Legal regulation of municipal waste management in the context of the circular economy
Ambrozková, Zuzana ; Sobotka, Michal (advisor) ; Damohorský, Milan (referee)
V ANGLICKÉM JAZYCE The thesis deals with the legal regulation of municipal waste management in the Czech Republic in the context of circular economy. The aim of the thesis is to determine whether the current legislation provides sufficient instruments for the transition to a circular economy in the field of municipal waste management or whether the Czech legislation is insufficient in this respect; and to suggest areas that could be supported by appropriate legal instruments. The starting point for this examination are EU Directives (in particular the Waste Framework Directive, the Landfill Directive and the Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive). The legal sources examined from the Czech environment are mainly a couple of new waste management laws from 2020: the Waste Act, the amended Packaging Act, the End-of-Life Products Act and the amendment to the Local Fees Act. The thesis further deals with the so-called recycling targets, which in terms of current municipal waste management methods represent rather ambitious targets for the level of preparation for reuse and recycling of municipal waste. The same challenge for the Czech Republic's waste management is posed by the target of maximum municipal landfill waste by 2035. Attention is paid to the actors in the field of municipal waste...
Legal regulation of the operation of zoological and botanical gardens
Leš, Adam ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Derlich, Stanislav (referee)
Legal regulation of the operation of zoological and botanical gardens This thesis details the current state of the legal regulation of the operation of zoological and botanical gardens. Given the ever more pressing need to preserve the biodiversity of the natural environment, the role of zoological and botanical gardens is increasingly coming to the fore. The appropriate level of regulation should enable the operators of these facilities to make the most effective contribution to the conservation of endangered flora and fauna, subject to compliance with all legal conditions. Zoological and botanical gardens are significantly involved in ex-situ species conservation, i.e. outside the natural habitats of species, in particular by breeding endangered species in the most natural environment possible or by cultivating endangered plant species in order to protect the gene pool, and in-situ species conservation, i.e. directly in their natural habitat, by returning bred and reared endangered individuals back to the wild. The first part of the thesis provides the basic historical, social and conservation context of the existence of zoological and botanical gardens, and also introduces the most important organisations and associations that contribute in various ways to the achievement of the goals of...
Covid-19 pandemic and environmental protection from s legal perspective
Homolková, Kateřina ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Falteisková, Sabina (referee)
Pandemie Covid - 19 a ochrana životního prostředí z právního pohledu Abstrakt Pandemie Covid - 19 zásadním způsobem ovlivnila téměř všechny aspekty života na Zemi, životní prostředí a jeho ochranu nevyjímaje. Cílem této práce je zjistit, jaký vliv měla, má a případně bude mít koronavirová pandemie na jednotlivé složky životní prostředí a jejich ochranu z právního pohledu. Vliv pandemie v oblasti práva životního prostředí můžeme pozorovat ve dvou rovinách. Tou první je její přímý, respektive materiální vliv na jednotlivé složky životního prostředí. Práce se zaměřila na vzduch, vodu a odpady, jakožto složky, jež byly pandemií ovlivněny nejvíce. Materiální vliv pandemie na životní prostředí a jeho složky znamená, že se v přímém důsledku pandemie zlepšila, či zhoršila jejich kvalita, případně kvantita. Druhá rovina vlivu pandemie na jednotlivé složky životního prostředí se projevila nepřímo, a to reakcí práva na změny ve složkách životního prostředí způsobené pandemií Covid-19. V této rovině bylo možné pozorovat, jak pružně, rychle a efektivně zvládlo, nebo nezvládlo právo reagovat na aktuální události. Práce je rozdělena do sedmi kapitol, z nichž nejpodrobnější je druhá z nich, která analyzuje přímý a nepřímý vliv pandemie Covid - 19 na některé vybrané složky životního prostředí. Dále se práce věnuje vlivu...
Zoological and botanical gardens within their legal framework
Mouchová, Pavlína ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Derlich, Stanislav (referee)
Zoological and botanical gardens within their legal framework Zoological and botanical gardens date back to antiquity. Their long evolution has seen the relative importance of their functions change. Nowadays, zoological and botanical gardens fulfil a number of significant roles, with their contribution to endangered species protection and biodiversity conversation gradually having gained prominence. With the natural habitats of wild flora and fauna disappearing, it is zoological and botanical gardens that provide pro- tection by means of ex situ conversation, i.e., outside the natural habitat of these organisms. In the Czech Republic, zoos operate within a legal framework that consists primarily of Act No. 162/2003 Coll. on zoo regulation and amended acts, which implements the Coun- cil Directive 1999/22/EC of 29 March 1999 relating to the keeping of wild animals in zoos. The Act has introduced a licensing requirement for zoological gardens. It stipulates that zoos shall only be operated by a holder of a valid license granted in accordance with this Act by the Czech Ministry of the Environment. These days, there is a total of twenty-eight zoological gardens with a valid license. Unlike zoos, botanical gardens in the Czech Republic are, unfortunately, not regulated by a specific law. They operate...

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