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On 25 October 2018 Parliament adopted a new comprehensive environmental package comprising
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Since the beginning of the Second Republic, the Constitution has provided so-called 'state targets', which have guided the government to declare certain interests to be substantial.
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In February 2017 the Federal Administrative Court hindered the plans for a third runway to be built at Vienna Airport, explaining that the positive aspects of the project could not justify the extra carbon dioxide (CO2) pollution.
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The international Aarhus Convention was concluded by both the European Union and its member states. The convention lays down procedural safeguards in environmental decision-making processes.
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As Austrian environmental law is shaped by the Austrian federal legal system, the Austrian polity and allocation of competences is outlined in the following.
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The Industrial Emissions Directive ("IED", 2010/75/EU) adopted in 2010 introduced more stringent measures for the protection of soil and groundwater.
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The ECJ has held that in certain cases, the Member States are required to propose to the Commission the declassification of a site on the list of SCIs.
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The EU Climate Change Package provides for a substantial change to the current European Trading Scheme.
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As of 7 January 2013, certain industries will become subject to more stringent environmental investigation and reporting obligations.
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