On 25 September, ClientEarth held its sixth coaching throughout the framework of the undertaking “Entry to justice for a greener Europe” on the European Fee Illustration in Poland. It was addressed to representatives of non-governmental organizations.
Audio system included NGO activists (Małgorzata Kwiędacz-Palosz and dr Łukasz Walter, ClientEarth, Piotr Chmielewski, WWF Polska, Eliza Rutynowska, Polish Society for Anti-Discrimination Regulation), tutorial lecturers (dr Olga Łachacz, College of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn) and representatives of the European Fee in Poland (Rafał Szyndlauer, Deputy Head of the Political Division).
In the course of the coaching, instruments to assist people and non-governmental organizations to decide on the precise authorized technique to resolve the environmental downside have been offered, such because the digital platform on entry to justice in environmental issues on ClientEarth’s web site or the WWF intervention information, .
The discussions targeted on the query of NGOs’ referrals to the jurisprudence of the Court docket of Justice of the EU earlier than Polish courts. The effectiveness of taking such actions was thought of, as to date no preliminary questions has ever been requested within the context of environmental safety in Poland. Individuals additionally mentioned the true affect of the findings of the Aarhus Committee and the legitimacy of submitting communications, eg. the quick enforceability of selections issued on the idea of the so-called “particular acts”. They additional exchanged their views on NGOs’ participation within the strategy of transposing EU legislation.
The contributors emphasised the added worth of with the ability to share their expertise about entry to justice in environmental issues. Additionally they highlighted the difficulties associated to the sensible enforcement of procedural rights granted beneath the Aarhus Conference.
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