This article will examine the European Community’s environmental policy and how spill-over effects in that area led to a transfer of powers from the Member-State to the Community level. It will also examine the manner in which governmental functions in this area are distributed between the two levels and, thus, whether the characteristics of a federal structure can be discerned.
The European Community's Environmental Policy: A Case-Study in Federalism,
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