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2007 | 23 | 213-231
Article title

Reaction of the European Union to catastrophic petroleum pollution incidents

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For a long period of time, EU policy regarding petroleum pollution was based on supporting projects undertaken on the international forum and to encourage member states to ratify conventions put forward, by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).The catastrophe of the tanker Erika, which was sailing under the Maltese flag, indicated that these measures were insufficient. On March 21, 2000, the European Commission introduced a set of legal proposals that was known commonly as the ERIKA I packet. These regulations came into force in June 2003.The European Commission introduced the ERIKA II packet in December 2000, but it met with only partial approval from member states. In accordance with earlier announcements, the ERIKA III packet was introduced on November 23, 2005. This is the subsequent step in creating 'a defense mechanism, to defend Europe from accidents at sea and from environmental pollution'. None of seven proposals has yet to be accepted. The three ERIKA packages comprise a multifaceted response from the EU regarding the growing threat of petroleum pollution.
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23
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213-231
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ARTICLE
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  • Z. Peplowska, no address given, contact the journal editor
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08PLAAAA03657393
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