Midway assessment: Preventing environmental effects of products: A life cycle and market-oriented approach in European environmental law by Eléonore Maitre
PhD candidate Eléonore Maitre at the Department of Public and International Law will on Thursday May 21st present her doctorate project "Preventing environmental effects of products: A life cycle and market-oriented approach in European environmental Law".
PhD candidate Eléonore Maitre
- Assistant Professor Carl Dalhammar, International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE), Lund University
Leader of the assessment:
- Professor Inger Johanne Sand
- Professor Endre Stavang
For outline and draft text, contact Eléonore Maitre
Preventing environmental effects of products: A life cycle and market-oriented approach in European environmental Law
The environmental consequences of mass production and consumption of our society are significant and increasingly worrying. The lack of a coherent vision to regulating environmental damages caused by products hinders effective reduction and prevention thereof. This project aims at finding out how various EU legislative acts integrate a life cycle approach and whether they provide for incentives to producers for improving the overall environmental impact of their products. A particular focus is put on the EU Ecodesign, Public Procurement, Waste Framework, and Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directives.