Civil sanctions for offences against nature
Radical changes in regulators’ options for punishing polluters and other eco-offenders are in prospect. Nicholas Schoon explains the new regime and how it is intended to strike a balance between encouraging generally well-behaved firms to do better while cracking down on the real rogues
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- 1. Regulatory justice: making sanctions effective
- 2. Review of enforcement in environmental regulation
- 3. Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act 2008, guidance
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