Environmental goods are primary public goods according to the Italian legal system and in many administrative procedures they are identified as a sensitive interest. The recent so-called Madia reform which, in general, has concerned public administrations has also regarded the matter of environmental protection, introducing interventions of procedural simplification which affect profoundly the subject matter. The reflexions are, therefore, oriented towards understanding what the balance of interests in an efficient administration, on the one hand, and guarantees of primary interests, on the other hand, should look like, also at the cost of burdening completion time of relative procedures. It is, in brief, the plagued relationship between good and bad administration, despite the belief that the solution to reaching a level of good administration should not occur by reducing the system of garantees.
|Titolo:||Environmental protection and the evolution of the discipline: between simplification and guaranteeing primary interests.|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|