This training course is delivered virtually by an experienced lawyer over three half day interactive sessions.
This training is designed to give delegates an overview of environmental law and will explore the important role of environmental legislation. It is particularly suited to those new to environmental departments and for those engaged in administrative roles.
For delegates working within the areas of waste management and litter, this course will assist with the practicalities of file management and the serving of notices and documents.
Duration: 3 half days
Key learning points:
1. Introduction to environmental law
What is environmental law?
Key themes in environmental law
Environmental governance- key players-who does what?
Different dimensions- international law, EU law, national law
Core environmental Principles
Role of the courts
Core challenges- Climate change
2. The EPA
What is the role of the EPA?
How is it made up?
Relationship between the EPA and other Agencies
An examination of the role of planning and its interaction with environmental law
Dealing with air pollution
Who does what
How is air pollution managed?
5. Natural Habitats
The Role of the NPWS
Enforcement of Wildlife Law
Appropriate Assessment and The Habitats Directive
The role of Irish Water
Other agencies managing water resources
8. Climate Change
Key legislation in relation to climate change
If you'd like to plan this training course for your organisation at a specific date and venue please contact us directly and we'll arrange this with you.
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