Developing Local and Regional Environmental Action Plans: Case Studies of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and the Slovak Republic
Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe, 1996 - Environmental law - 145 pages
This book provides a snapshot of the status of the approximation process in 10 countries. It includes a regional overview, and chapters on individual countries breaking down achievements into a directive-by-directive listing.
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