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Environmental Policy and Enlargement of the European Union: Austria’s Policies towards Nuclear Reactors . Particular emphasis is laid on the 2002 referendum against the Temelín reactor in the neighboring Czech Republic. ISBN: 978-3-631-50747-6.

Environmental Policy and Enlargement of the European Union: Austria’s Policies towards Nuclear Reactors in Neighboring Countries. Austria’s anti-nuclear policies are rooted in the successful anti-nuclear referendum on the Zwentendorf nuclear power plant (Lower Austria) in 1978 and the great impact of the Chernobyl catastrophe on Austria in 1986.

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The European Union (EU) is considered by some to have the most extensive environmental laws of any international organisation. Its environmental policy is significantly intertwined with other international and national environmental policies

The European Union (EU) is considered by some to have the most extensive environmental laws of any international organisation. Its environmental policy is significantly intertwined with other international and national environmental policies. The environmental legislation of the European Union also has significant effects on those of its member states.

Nuclear power in European Union member states . The European Union (EU) comprises 28 countries across continental Europe which are committed to working together and sharing unrestricted trade.

An introduction to the EU’s environmental policies and objectives, the latest environment news, upcoming events and statistics, teaching . EU citizens benefit from some of the highest environmental standards in the world.

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The energy policies of the European Union (EU) member countries vary significantly The European Commission is proposing a stress test for all nuclear power plants in Europe, to prove the nuclear fleet can withstand incidents like those in Fukushima.

The energy policies of the European Union (EU) member countries vary significantly. As of January 2010, 14 out of 27 countries have nuclear reactors  . The European Commission is proposing a stress test for all nuclear power plants in Europe, to prove the nuclear fleet can withstand incidents like those in Fukushima. The European Commission is also proposing tests for countries near the EU that make use of nuclear power.

This article analyzes European Union (EU) conditionality regarding the safety of Central and East European nuclear .

This article analyzes European Union (EU) conditionality regarding the safety of Central and East European nuclear power reactors. Bulgaria, Lithuania, and Slovakia breached or evaded shutdown pledges made in exchange for foreign aid in the early 1990s. The 1986 Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident and the end of the Cold War led to a campaign by the United States and Western Europe to improve the safety of Soviet-designed reactors in the former communist bloc and to close older reactor models that could not be raised to Western safety standards.

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Environmental and other public policy conicts in recent years have underscored signicant differences between the positions adopted by the United States and the member nations of the European Community.

Austria's anti-nuclear policies are rooted in the successful anti-nuclear referendum on the Swentendorf nuclear power plant (Lower Austria) in 1978 and the great impact of the Chernobyl catastrophe on Austria in 1986. Since about 1990, official Austria has pursued anti-nuclear policies not only at home but also abroad. In particular, reactors in Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC) are the focal points of Austria's foreign anti-nuclear policies. Strategies include increasing nuclear safety, promoting energy efficiency and sustainable energy sources (such as renewable resources), and extending international legal frameworks to account for nuclear safety. Involvement in domestic energy issues in other countries is not an easy task, and while Austrian policy makers have had some success in increasing awareness of nuclear safety in Europe, they have also made a number of strategic mistakes. Notwithstanding real and substantiated concerns regarding nuclear safety, Austrian policies have lost credibility during recent years. This book explores the history and the development of Austrian anti-nuclear policies, and discusses the political economy of such policies. Particular emphasis is laid on the 2002 referendum against the Temelin reactor in the neighboring Czech Republic.