Table of contents for Implementing the precautionary principle : approaches from the Nordic region and the EU / edited by Nicolas de Sadeleer.

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TABLE OF CONTENT
List of Abbreviations
List of Contributors
Table of Cases
Table of Legislations
INTRODUCTION
1. Origin, Status, Effects of the Precautionary principle
Nicolas de Sadeleer
SECTION ONE: EC LAW
2. The Precautionary Principle in EC Health and Environment Law: Sword or Shield for the Nordic Countries?
 Nicolas de Sadeleer
SECTION TWO: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE IN THE NORDIC COUNTRIES 
3. Denmark
Ellen Margrethe Basse
4. Finland
Erki Hollo
5. Iceland
Jóhannsdóttir, Aõalheiõur
6. Norway
Hans Christian Bugge
7. Sweden
Gabriel Michanek
8. Legal Status of Precaution in the Nordic Countries: A Comparative Analysis
Nicolas de Sadeleer
SECTION THREE: THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE AND THE LAW OF THE SEA ¿ A NORDIC PERSPECTIVE
9. The Precautionary Principle and HELCOM 
Minna Pyhälä, Anne Christine Brusendorff, Hanna Paulomäki, Peter Ehlers, Tapani Kohonen
10.The Precautionary Approach and Fisheries: A Nordic Perspective
Tore Henriksen
		
SECTION FOUR: PRECAUTION, GMOs and BIODIVERSITY
11. Uncertainty and Precaution: Challenges and Implications for Science and Policy of GMOs 
Ann Myhr
12. The Regulation of GMOs in EU Law
Theofanis Christoforou
13. GMOs and Precaution in Norwegian Law
Ole-Kristian Fauchald
14. GMOs and Precaution in Finnish and Swedish Law 
Jussi Kauppila
15. The Precautionary Principle and Nature Conservation Law: Danish Experiences
Helle Tegner Anker
SECTION FIVE: THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE AND CHEMICALS
16. The Precautionary Principle in Swedish Chemicals Law and Policy
Annika Nilsson, Lund University
17. Risks, Costs and Alternatives in EC Envronmental Legislation : The Case of REACH
Gerd Winter 
18. The Impact of REACH on the Regulatory Powers of the Nordic Countries
Nicolas de Sadeleer
19. The Legacy of the Precautionary Principle in US Law: The Rise of Cost-Benefit Analysis and Risk Assessment as Undermining Factors in Health, Safety and Environmental Protection
Nicholas Ashford
CONCLUSION
Nicolas de Sadeleer
 Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Environmental law -- European Union countries.
Environmental risk assessment -- Law and legislation -- European Union countries.
Environmental law -- Scandinavia.
Environmental risk assessment -- Law and legislation -- Scandinavia.