Concepts, Implementation and Effectiveness
- New Horizons in Environmental and Energy Law series
Edited by Michael Faure, Peter De Smedt and An Stas
Chapter 5: Evaluating and assessing environmental enforcement networks: through use of the network evaluation matrix
Environmental Enforcement Networks (hereafter EENs or networks) generally have different foci in terms of commodities, sectors and regulated communities. Networks can also be quite specific in terms of the nature of their regulatory, compliance and enforcement activities, initiatives (e.g. undertaking joint inspections or collaborative projects) and responses (whether administrative, civil or criminal in nature) that the EEN undertakes. For the purposes of this chapter, the term environmental enforcement network/s (EEN/s) is used. Equally, environmental compliance and enforcement network/s could have been used as they are both used somewhat interchangeably. Irrespective, both are networks that direct their efforts towards ensuring that environmental laws, regulations and standards are complied with.
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