|Statement||edited by Frans G. von der Dunk|
|Series||Studies in space law -- v. 6|
|LC Classifications||KZD1146.E97 N38 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011019524|
The readership of this book consists of academics and professionals in space law and can further assist policymakers wishing to revise or enact national space legislation. Keywords space legislation space law outer space Europe European space legislation. This book is, at the heart, a result of a Practitioners’ Forum of the European Centre of Space Law (ECSL), organized in Paris in December Having been established in the early 90s, ECSL Practitioners’ Fora are organized more or less annually, and have presented unique oneday occasions for academics and practitioners from all corners of the European space endeavor and space industry to Author: von der Dunk, G Frans. This book is, at the heart, a result of a Practitioners’ Forum of the European Centre of Space Law (ECSL), organized in Paris in December National space legislation in Europe: issues of authorisation of private space activities in the light of developments in European space cooperation. [Frans G von der Dunk;] "In conclusion, the book offers a unique and complete presentation of space legislation in both European and major non-European countries with reference to.
This book will be a very valuable support for law- and policymakers in the process of creating or reviewing their national legal framework for space activities .” (Ulrike Bohlmann, Zeitschrift für Luft- und Weltraumrecht ZLW, Vol. 67 (03), )Brand: Springer International Publishing. In “Proceedings of the Project Plus-Workshop: Towards a Harmonized Approach for National Space Legislation in Europe, Berlin, Germany, January ”, J. H. MEY, J. NEUMANN “National Space Legislation in Europe – Issues of Authorisation in the Light of Developments in European Space Cooperation”. Although the main rationale for enacting national space legislation will coincide with the general rationale set out in the previous chapter, the rationale will still be discussed per country. This is to highlight more unique considerations and give a more complete and precise overview of each state’s national space legislation. “Law on the Establishment of the Italian Space agency” Law n of 30 May “Law on Registration of space objects” Law n. of 12 July “Law for the implementation for the Convention on International Liability for damages caused by space objects” Law n. 23 of 25 January (original version).
National Space Legislation in Europe. Alfredo Roma. Pages Download PDF; select article Icarus' Second Chance: The Basis and Perspectives of Space Ethics. Book review Full text access Contracting for Space: Contract Practice in the European Space . Get this from a library! Space law in the European context: national architecture, legislation and policy in France. [Philippe Clerc] -- This book provides a comprehensive study on space law and policy in France. It should be of assistance for all practitioners be they in the private or the public sector, for drafting or taking. As a key stakeholder for a Europe in Space, France is one of the world's space superpowers, alongside the US and Russia, be it in the realm of launchers with Ariane 5, satellites with almost 50% of the communications satellite market in , or Earth observation, with the launch, announced during COP21, of the first satellite for mapping global carbon dioxide levels, "Microcarb". The interest in national space legislation, and the importance thereof to regulating space activities conducted by private entities, gives a clear incentive to conduct a comparative analysis of the national space legislation of various states. between the national space laws of selected states with a focus on European comprehensive national.