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Compliance with the EU ETS

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  • ISBN13:9783656329213
  • ISBN10:3656329214
  • Publisher:GRIN Verlag
  • Language:English
  • Author:Sophia K├╝nze
  • Binding:Paperback
  • Publishing Year:2008
  • Pages:60
  • SUPC: SDL676834762

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Master's Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Law - Miscellaneous, Maastricht University (Faculty of Law), course: Environmental Law, language: English, abstract: [...] Subject of the examination of the paper is the system of enforcement the EU ETS provides in\nthe field of monitoring, reporting and verifying by analyzing the compliance tools and by\ntaking the German implementation as an example to review problems and case law of the first\ntrading periods.\nSince a sound system of enforcement provided by the EU-ETS to ensure compliance is\nextremely important, the second chapter of this thesis will review the mechanism foreseen in\nthe directive, the so-called compliance cycle, which is based on monitoring, reporting and\nverifying; taking into account also the enforcement system's unique characteristics in\ncontrast to other environmental law instruments. After documenting the obligation of the\noperators of the installations covered by the directive have, like monitoring and constantly\nreporting on their emission in order to achieve the permission to emit, possibly appearing\nproblems will be shown. Since the member states themselves are in charge of enforcement and therefore control the\nobligations of operators and verifier provided in the Directive 2003/87 in connection with the\nMonitoring and Reporting Guidelines of the Commission, in the third chapter of this thesis a\ncase study will show how this challenge is implemented practically on the German example.\nMore specifically, after analyzing the framework given by the EU in the Directive 2003/87, it\nwill be analyzed throughout the third chapter how the German legislator coped with the\nchallenge of implementing an effective system and what possible weaknesses are detected.\nMoreover, it will be reviewed what problems the operators have been facing in the first\ntrading periods and also how the German authorities dealt with upcoming challenges. Due to\nthe different operators and the different steps within the complianc

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