The EU, access to environmental information and the open society

This essay originally appeared in Environmental Law Network International 2013, 38-43.

In this essay Professor Ludwig Krämer explores the EU institutions’ frequent delays, refusals and restrictions that undermine citizens’ ability to participate in the decision-making process.
This issue covers materials appearing between 25th October and 25th December 2013.

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