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Title:Razlike in podobnosti med okoljevarstvenimi dovoljenji v Sloveniji
Authors:Čuk, Maja (Author)
Matjaž, Tratnik (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Okolje, kot zbir raznih sfer, ki obsega vse od tal pa do zraka, potrebuje celovit in skupen pristop glede pravne in dejanske ureditve. Na tej predpostavki sloni tudi institut okoljevarstvenih dovoljenj. Evropska unija, med drugim, poskuša z omejevanjem obremenjevanja okolja z uvedbo okoljevarstvenih dovoljenj in zahtevo, da države članice ta institut prenesejo v njihove pravne rede. Okoljevarstvena dovoljenja so bila v pravni red Republike Slovenije prenesena preko Zakona o varstvu okolja ter raznih uredb, ki iz tega zakona izhajajo ter podrobneje urejajo okoljevarstvena dovoljenja. Okoljevarstvena dovoljenja so številčna in tudi obširna, vendar jih lahko razporedimo v tri glavne oziroma večje skupine. Največja in najbolj obširna skupina glede števila podvrst dovoljenj je skupina okoljevarstvenih dovoljenj, ki izhajajo iz 82. člena Zakona o varstvu okolja in so urejena s številnimi uredbami, pri čemer ima vsako dovoljenje specifične pogoje za pridobitev ter kasneje tudi različno vsebino. Drugi dve vrsti sta okoljevarstveno dovoljenje za obrate, ki predstavljajo večje tveganje za okolje in pa dovoljenje za naprave, ki lahko povzročajo onesnaževanje večjega obsega, ki pa nista zato nič kaj manj obširni in specifični, ravno nasprotno. Kot vso pravo pa se tudi pravo varstva okolja, in s tem tudi institut okoljevarstvenih dovoljenj ter pogoji za pridobitev teh, konstantno spreminja in prilagaja dejanskim razmeram, kar je glede na vse večje onesnaževanje in obremenjevanje okolja zelo zahtevna naloga tako zakonodajalca Evropske unije kot našega nacionalnega zakonodajalca, ki zahteve Evropske unije med drugim tudi vnaša v naš pravni red. Tako je smisel diplomske naloge predvsem čimbolj sistematično predstaviti sistem okoljevarstvenih dovoljenj v Sloveniji.
Keywords:okoljevarstvena dovoljenja, okolje, direktiva IED, direktiva SEVESO, razlike, podobnosti, Evropska unija, emisije, imisije.
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[M. Čuk]
Source:Maribor
UDC:349(043.2)
COBISS_ID:5450539 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:16AE3ZZ9
License:CC BY-SA 4.0
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Language:English
Title:Differences and similarities between environmental protection permits in Slovenia
Abstract:The environment as a collection of various spheres, which covers everything from ground to air, needs a comprehensive and common approach to legal and factual regulation. The institute of environmental protection permits also bases on this presumption. The European Union, among other things, seeks to limit the burden on the environment by introducing the environmental permits and the requirement for member states to transfer this institute into their legal orders. The legislation of the Republic of Slovenia transmitted through the Environmental Protection Act and various regulations that derive from the law and regulate different environmental permits in detail. There are many environmental permits and are also extensive but they can be grouped into three major groups. The largest and most extensive group in terms of the number of sub-licenses is the group of environmental permits which are derived from Article 82 of the Environmental Protection Act and are regulated by a number of regulations, each license having specific conditions for obtaining and later also different content. The other two are environmental protection permits for installations that pose a higher risk to the environment and installations permits that may cause a large-scale pollution and these two are anything but less extensive and specific. Just like all of the law, the law of environmental protection and thus the institute of environmental protection permits and the conditions for its acquisition, is constantly changing and adapting to the actual situation. That is, from the perspective of the growing pollution and burdening of the environment, a very demanding task for both the legislator of the European Union as well as our national legislator, who also enters the requirements of the European Union into our legal order. Therefore, the purpose of this diploma is to systematically introduce the system of environmental protection permits in Slovenia as much as possible.
Keywords:environmental permits, environment, directive IED, SEVESO directive, differences, similarities, European Union, emissions, immission.


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