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Evolving Environmental Norms in the European Union

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The EU has demonstrated interesting institutional practices with regard to the evolution of environmental norms. The paper illuminates a role of law in the institutional practices in terms of the discursive power of law, drawing on the fact that law catalyses discourses and individual laws in and of themselves are also discourses. In order to elucidate this discursive viewpoint, the paper offers a conceptual framework, referring to the concepts of frame and regime. Building on this conceptual framework, the paper understands the development of EU environmental law as an example of normative evolution in a reĀ“gime and describes the evolutionary process from pre– to post–Single European Act.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Niigata University of International and Information Studies and University of Manchester

Publication date: 01 February 2003

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