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BRIEF ANALYSIS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION'S DIRECTIVES IN THE AREA OF WATER PROTECTION AND THE LEVEL OF THEIR NATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION*

Ramona DUMINICĂ

Abstract: The present study starts from the fact that, at present, the water pollution is a real problem and the efforts unfolded for its prevention or for the removal of its negative effects when it occurred, must be supported, continuous requiring both a regional and an international cooperation. The action peAbstract: The present study starts from the fact that, at present, the water pollution is a real problem and the efforts unfolded for its prevention or for the removal of its negative effects when it occurred, must be supported, continuous requiring both a regional and an international cooperation. The action performed by the European Union in the area of water protection are reflected in different directives which have as main objectives the insurance of the drinkingwater supply, the proper management of water resources, the battle against drought and floods, the battle against water pollution. The rational protection and management of water resources, as well as the insurance of their quality is an important part of the environmental policy of the European Union. Given these aspects, the current paper presents the main legislative interventions of the European Union in the area of water protection. It also aims to show to which extent Romania has managed to implement the EU legislation in this area. As a conclusion, given all efforts laid by the Member States, almost half of the European hydric systems have failed to reach the legislative objectives established by the Union. Starting from the reality that water is constantly under the threat of a wide variety of pressures exposing the sweet water ecosystems and the associated forms caused by humans and pollution, continuing with the fact that the use of fields, water intake, climatic changes represent changes modifying the natural debit of water systems, it is necessary that the fight against these factors be continuous and pointed in the same direction as a national, communitarian and international level, the divergences not being justified in this area.

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Volume X, special issue II, December 2019, posted at 23th of December 2019

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European Union Law

THE LISBON TREATY AND THE RISKS OF NONCOORDINATION OF ECONOMIC POLICIES IN THE E.U.

Grigore SILASI

Ion M. ANGHEL

CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE ROLE OF JURISPRUDENCE AS A SOURCE OF LAW IN ROMANIAN LAW AND IN EUROPEAN UNION LAW

Mihai BĂDESCU

BRIEF CONSIDERATIONS ON THE INSTITUTION OF PENALTY IN THE CONSTITUTIONS OF EU MEMBER STATES

Silviu Gabriel BARBU

Vasile COMAN

THE DISCIPLINARY OFFENCES OF INCOMPATIBILITY AND CONFLICT OF INTERESTS REGARDING PUBLIC OFFICIALS, AS PROVIDED FOR BY THE LEGISLATION OF ROMANIA, ARE OF AN CRIMINAL NATURE UNDER ARTICLE 6, PARAGRAPH 1 ECHR

Tudor CHIUARIU

CONSTITUTIONAL IDENTITY AND EUROPEAN MEMBERSHIP

Ioniţa COCHINŢU

Cristina TITIRIŞCĂ

THE IMPACT OF THE CURRENT INTERNATIONAL LAW CRISIS ON THE RIGHT TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Titus Corlătean

LEGAL LIMITS OF THE EXERCISE OF THE FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Nicoleta DIACONU

CONSUMERS PROTECTION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF SANCTIONING DOUBLE QUALITY STANDARD OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Raluca DINU

EUROPEAN COMMONWEALTH ARMY – CHALLENGE FOR A PROPER EU REGULATION

Carmen Adriana Domocoş

“DISCRIMINATION BY ASSOCIATION” - BETWEEN JURISPRUDENTIAL CONSECRATION AT EUROPEAN LEVEL AND LEGISLATIVE DESIRE IN ROMANIA. SOME CONSIDERATIONS

Constanţa MĂTUŞESCU

THE LEGALITY OF THE APPLICATION OF SUPPLEMENTARY AND ACCESSORY PUNISHMENTS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

Alexandru POROF

BREXIT AND THE BACKSTOP SOLUTION ON NORTHERN IRELAND

Maria-Cristina SOLACOLU

THE INTERNATIONAL AREA OF THE SUBMARINE TERRITORIES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION INTEREST ON THE EXPLORATION AND EXPLOITATION OF THEIR RESOURCES

Laura Magdalena TROCAN

 

UE Law and Comparative Law

IN DUBIO PRO REO - MYTH OR REALITY

Denisa BARBU

CRIMINAL LIABILITY FOR ECOLOGICAL DAMAGE RESULTING FROM NUCLEAR TRANSPORT

Florin Octavian BARBU

INSTRUMENTS FOR BETTER REGULATION. A COMPARISON OF THE REGULATORY IMPACT ASSESSMENT (RIA) LEGAL FRAMEWORK IN ROMANIA AND IN FRANCE

Ionuţ-Bogdan BERCEANU

THE ROLE AND IMPORTANCE OF CLUSTERS IN EUROPE. GERMAN MODEL VERSUS ROMANIAN MODEL

Eduard CĂLINOIU

MEASURING THE HARMONIZATION DISTANCE WITHIN THE LEGAL SPACE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION AS A TOPOLOGICAL SPACE

Gheorghe BOCŞAN

INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS – LEGISLATIVE CHANGES MADE IN THE ROMANIAN LEGISLATION, THROUGH LAW NO. 151/2019, RELATED TO THE EUROPEAN LEGISLATION AND THE PROVISIONS OF THE CONVENTIONS THAT PROTECT THE FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS

Mădălina BOTINĂ

CURRENT CHALLENGES OF THE LAWYER PROFESSION

Alexandru-Aurelian CHIRIŢĂ

RELIGIOUS FREEDOMS AT EUROPEAN UNION LEVEL AND THEIR PROTECTION BY THE PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE

Denis-Roxana GAVRILĂ

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS REGARDING THE IMMOVABLE GOODS PUBLICITY AND THE LAND BOOK OF THE STATES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

Marilena MARIN

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EUROPEAN ETHICAL CHARTER ON THE USE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN JUDICIAL SYSTEMS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT

Irina MOROIANU ZLATESCU

Petru Emanuel ZLATESCU