Regionalisation of tasks related to environmental protection
Keywordsenvironmental protection, decentralisation, regionalisation of tasks
AbstractThis paper aims to analyse the criteria regarding the distribution of tasks related to environmental protection oriented at regionalisation of such tasks. Further, it provides an assessment of regionalisation along with the postulates de lege ferenda (i.e. the law as it should stand). Regionalisation of tasks related to environmental protection is very significant from the point of view of performance of tasks related to environmental protection. Regionalisation of such tasks should take into account the following aspects – area of impact and area of protection, cost of protection manifested in ensuring funds to finance such protection, the requirement of specialist knowledge and, finally, familiarity with local conditions. As a matter of fact, regionalisation of such tasks should be a compilation of all those criteria in total. It is not easy to establish the applicability of such criteria and weigh the significance of each of them in a specific situation. It is difficult to expect such an effect from the lawmaker. However, it does not mean that it should not make conscious reference to such criteria and apply them to the optimum extent possible.
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RAKOCZY, Bartosz. Regionalisation of tasks related to environmental protection. Polish Yearbook of Environmental Law [online]. 31 December 2018, nr 8, s. 7–18. [accessed 29.11.2021]. DOI 10.12775/33454.
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