Equivalency Methods for Environmental Liability : Assessing Damage and Compensation Under the European Environmental Liability Directive / edited by Joshua Lipton, Ece Özdemiroğlu, David Chapman, Jennifer Peers.
- 1st ed. 2018.
- Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 2018.
- Earth and Environmental Science (Springer-11646)
1 online resource (XX, 281 pages) : 43 illustrations
- Environmental management.
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- The book is the only technical volume that explains how equivalency analysis methods mentioned in Annex II of the European Environmental Liability Directive should be implemented. It uses case studies to illustrate real-world application of the methods, which are based on the experience in the USA and in the European Union and have been tested in three years of training programs funded by the European Commission. Academically rigorous and technically comprehensive, the book is intended for technical experts wanting to assess damage and remediation options as well as for decision-makers wishing to commission such assessments and judge their quality. These include competent authorities, operators, financial security providers, academics, consultants and NGOs.
- PART I -INTRODUCTION TO RESOURCE EQUIVALENCY METHODS TO ASSESS AND SCALE ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE IN THE EU
1.The Environmental Liability Directive: Legal Background and Requirements
2. Resource Equivalency Methods in the European Union: A 'Toolkit' for Calculating Environmental Liability
PART II -RESOURCE EQUIVALENCY METHODS TO ASSESS AND SCALE ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE IN THE EU
3. Step 1: Performing an Initial Evaluation
4. Step 2: Determining and Quantifying Environmental Damage
5. Step 3: Determining and Quantifying Remediation Benefits
6. Step 4: Scaling Complementary and Compensatory Remediation
Step 5: Monitoring and Reporting
8. Valuation chapter
PART III - CASE STUDIES
10. Ex-Ante Analysis of a Hypothetical International Road Construction Project in Poland
11.Severe Wildfire in a Mediterranean Forest
12.Water Abstraction from the River Itchen, Hampshire, United Kingdom
13. Hypothetical Resource Equivalency Analysis: Damage to Alpine Brown Trout.
- Lipton, Joshua, editor., Editor,
Özdemiroǧlu, Ece, editor., Editor,
Chapman, David, editor., Editor,
Peers, Jennifer, editor., Editor,
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