JUDICIAL – FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF THE CROSS-BORDER COOPERATION IN THE DOMAIN OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION PUBLISHEDDiana Cîrmaciu, Ildico Smit
The evolution of the cross-border cooperation along the ages has come to the point that it registered a great importance; it implies more and more various instruments and in the same time it raises some complex problems of approach – one of them being the environmental protection. The complexity of the regional cross-border phenomenon in Europe, in the domain of environmental protection, assesses the comparative analysis of norms, of European recommendations, of national legislations, of measures taken by autochthon decisional factors. In some European cross-border spaces the tendency exists to outline a “mixed law” for environmental protection instead of outlining a judicial frame which could facilitate a real fundament of cooperation. Through this study we try to present the importance of the concept of cross-border cooperation in the domain on environmental protection, to accentuate the normative, institutional frame regarding to this domain, the system of the necessary financial resources, because every European state is liable to consolidate the cross-border relations in the domain of environmental protection.
cross-border cooperation; environmental protection; Council regulations; directives; national legislations