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Legal instruments of energy efficiency
Kudlík, Leoš ; Damohorský, Milan (referee)
Legal instruments of energy efficiency Abstract and key words The diploma thesis deals with energy efficiency as a unique source of energy. The subject of this thesis is to specify key legal instruments of energy efficiency, i.e. conceptual, administrative and economical instruments. The diploma thesis is divided into five chapters. In the introductory chapter, being called Energy Policy, there is a brief outline of the background of energy politics on both the international and EU level, including environmental protection. This introductory chapter also ranks the Czech Republic among countries with high energy performance. Energy efficiency is the opportunity to lower its energy performance. The second chapter, Legal Instruments of Energy Efficiency, defines legal instruments of energy efficiency as a part of environmental protection. This chapter is a general one; the instruments are concretized in the following chapters. In addition, this chapter focuses on the principle of sustainable development, as well as issues related to human factor, climate conditions and rebound effect. The third chapter, called Conceptual Instruments, provides further information relating to conceptual strategies of energy efficiency. For the EU conceptions, key directives are mentioned to regulate energy efficiency, namely the...
Legal regulation of the placing of hazardous chemical substances and mixtures on the market in European Union Environmental law
Kanický, Jakub ; Damohorský, Milan (referee)
Legal Regulation of the Placing of Hazardous Chemical Substances and Mixtures on the Market in European Union Environmental Law Abstract: The aim of the thesis was to explore the main features of the legal regulation of the placing of hazardous chemical substances and mixtures on the market in European Union environmental law, namely those features which significantly affect the achievement of a high level of protection of human health and the environment. In order to fulfil this aim, two regulatory regimes governing the placing on the market of substances and mixtures were analysed: a general one, mainly represented by the REACH Regulation (No. 1907/2006) and the CLP Regulation (No. 1272/2008), and a special one, where the Plant Protection Products Regulation (No. 1107/2009) was the object of analysis. The thesis first deals with general issues of the regulation of hazardous substances and mixtures: the role of private and public law, the phenomenon of the so-called proceduralisation of environmental law and the definition of basic terms (including a detailed analysis of the concepts of hazard, hazardous properties, risk and related terms). This general part is followed by an analysis of the most important legal institutions contained in the mentioned legislation (notably registration, evaluation,...
Legislation damages caused by wild animals and beasts damages caused on wild animals and beasts
Sobotková, Kateřina ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Fabšíková, Tereza (referee)
This thesis deals with the rules of compensation for damage caused by wild animals and beasts and damage caused on wild animals and beasts in the Czech Republic. The main topic of the diploma thesis is the evaluation and analysis of current legislation. The work is divided into thirteen sections, when some of them are further divided into subsections. The main part consists of chapters 8 and 9, which deal with damages wildlife and further chapters 11 and 12, dealing with damages to animals. All chapters are based primarily on Act No. 449/2001 Coll., On hunting, as amended. Attention is mainly focused on the issue of compensation for damage caused by wild animals and beasts. Particularly with regard to the current bark beetle calamity that hit a large part of the territory of the Czech Republic, it appears this issue is highly topical.
Aspects of the environment protection within the process of exploitation of the exclusive minerals
Mach, Daniel ; Damohorský, Milan (referee)
- XIV - Aspects of the environment protection within the process of exploitation of the exclusive minerals Abstract My diploma thesis addresses the question how the aspect of the environment protection is reflected in the mineral exploitation authorisation process. This study is focussed on the analysis of the mining law system. Based on the findings the modification of the relevant legislation is presented in order to emphasise the environmental dimension. Key words: Mining law, environmental law, exclusive minerals.
Protection of large carnivorans in the EU legislation and national legislations of Europe
Djemel, Klára ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Franková, Martina (referee)
Protection of large carnivorans in the EU legislation and national legislations of Europe Abstract Large carnivorans, including the brown bear (Ursus arctos), the lynx (Lynx lynx) and the wolf (Canis lupus), have become nearly extinct in Central Europe in the past and have only returned to our wilderness in recent decades. The return of large carnivorans is therefore responded to by the legal systems of the countries concerned, as well as public international law and European Union law. The reasons for the special protection and legal regime of large carnivorans stem mainly from their biological differences, way of life, potential conflict with humans and higher levels of endangerment. The aim of this work is to conduct a thorough analysis of the legal protection of large carnivorans on an international, European and national scale. The protection of large carnivorans cannot be effectively addressed within the territory of a single European state, as carnivorans, especially in Central Europe, normally cross national borders. Great attention is therefore paid to EU law, which provides the basis for the legal protection of large carnivorans in most European countries. From the national legal systems of Europe, the legal systems of the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany...
Legal Protection of Wolf in Czech Republic
Polák, Vojtěch ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Stejskal, Vojtěch (referee)
The purpose of this diploma thesis is to evaluate legal protection of grey wolf in the Czech Republic based on comparison carried out with legal codes of our neighbours and international law environment in order to offer a solution for revealed deficiencies, since, as the thesis describes, the number of wolfs dwelling in the wild areas of the country has been gradually growing. It is the question of direct protection and wolf's legal status, which is examined, as well as related administrative obstacles, and conditions or means of hunting, respectively. The thesis also deals with the issue of legal status of "wolf-dog" hybrids. Furthermore, currently pressing matter of compensating damage caused by wolfs is examined. Finally, attention is devoted to the protection provided to wolfs within the field of pet breeding and animal trade.
Legal regulation of the placing of hazardous chemical substances and mixtures on the market in European Union Environmental law
Kanický, Jakub ; Damohorský, Milan (referee)
Legal Regulation of the Placing of Hazardous Chemical Substances and Mixtures on the Market in European Union Environmental Law Abstract: The aim of the thesis was to explore the main features of the legal regulation of the placing of hazardous chemical substances and mixtures on the market in European Union environmental law, namely those features which significantly affect the achievement of a high level of protection of human health and the environment. In order to fulfil this aim, two regulatory regimes governing the placing on the market of substances and mixtures were analysed: a general one, mainly represented by the REACH Regulation (No. 1907/2006) and the CLP Regulation (No. 1272/2008), and a special one, where the Plant Protection Products Regulation (No. 1107/2009) was the object of analysis. The thesis first deals with general issues of the regulation of hazardous substances and mixtures: the role of private and public law, the phenomenon of the so-called proceduralisation of environmental law and the definition of basic terms (including a detailed analysis of the concepts of hazard, hazardous properties, risk and related terms). This general part is followed by an analysis of the most important legal institutions contained in the mentioned legislation (notably registration, evaluation,...
The ownership right to land and its restriction by underground construction of another owner
Hradilová, Miluše ; Franková, Martina (advisor) ; Damohorský, Milan (referee)
Ownership of Land and Its Limitations by Underground Construction of Another Owner Abstract The thesis deals with the ownership of the land and its potential limitations, which have caused in the existence and operation of another entity's underground structure beneath its surface. The focus of the thesis is on defining the property as a three-dimensional body, focusing attention on the space beneath the Earth's surface, which is the optimum place to house structures providing activities that, due to technical, economic or environmental reasons, are not suitable to be placed and operated on the surface. In order to determine the scope of ownership of the subsurface land, the land is defined as a matter in legal terms and an object of land ownership and the possibility of determining the horizontal boundary of the land on a vertical axis in the direction below the Earth's surface is examined. The thesis encapsulates the current theoretical concepts of property law, constitutional guarantees, content, and internal limits. It also points out the limitations of the landowner by the Institute of Purpose Land Categorization, which aims to achieve optimal land use as a key component of the environment. Subterranean construction is further defined in the thesis and the criteria crucial for determining an...
Principles and instruments of environmental protection in the energy sector
Majerová, Kristýna ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Pokorný, Jiří (referee)
The Diploma Thesis deals with individual principles and instruments of environmental protection in the context of energy. The work is systematically divided into three parts in order to first introduce readers to the energy field with regard to the environment, and then practically demonstrate the reason behind emphasizing application of given tools and principles. In the thesis, there is an analysis of the legislative regulation of energy on all three levels, meaning international, union and national. In conclusion, potential shortcomings are pointed out, as well as controversial topics of Energy Law including recommendations for their solution.
Criminal Law Instruments of Environmental Protection
Fabšíková, Tereza ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Stejskal, Vojtěch (referee) ; Tomoszková, Veronika (referee)
Criminal Law Instruments of Environmental Protection The dissertation deals with the possibilities of criminal law in relation to the protection of the environment. It presents the analysis of the most significant instruments of criminal law from the sphere of the international, European and Czech law, particularly the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, the Directive 2008/99/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 November 2008 on the protection of the environment through criminal law, and the Czech Criminal Code (Act No 40/2009 Coll.) Apart from the analysis of the most important legal norms and the subsequent formation of proposals de lege ferenda, the dissertation is concerned with the characteristics of environmental crime and the specifics of criminal law in environmental protection. The dissertation is divided into five chapters. The first chapter deals with the issue of the role of criminal law in environmental protection and the peculiarities of creation criminal rules in this area. The second chapter concentrates on the characteristics of environmental crime and the description of its specific features. The third chapter refers to the current state of the international criminal law and the possibilities of environmental protection through international criminal law...

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