Regulation (2012:989) With Instruction For The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency

Original Language Title: Förordning (2012:989) med instruktion för Naturvårdsverket

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section 1 of the environmental protection agency's administrative authority in the field of the environment in

questions about climate and air, land, biodiversity, contaminated

areas, cycle and waste, environmental monitoring and

environmental research. The environmental protection agency has a central role in

environmental work and should be proactive, supportive and collecting

in the implementation of environmental policy.



The environmental protection agency to promote the generation of targets for

environmental performance and the environmental quality objectives which Parliament has

established accessible and shall, where necessary, propose measures for

development of environmental work.



The environmental protection agency to promote sustainable development with

the starting point in the generation of the target and the environmental quality objectives.



section 2 of the environmental protection agency, environmental claims system



1. guide the relevant authorities in their work with

implementation and follow-up;



2. evaluate, follow up and in consultation with the relevant authorities

developing application of socio-economic analysis,



3. operating and strategic analyse and evaluate policy instruments

and measures,



4. each year present a comprehensive description of the

the previous year's results with



a) a follow-up of milestones,



b) an account of the measures taken to achieve

environmental quality objectives and generation of target, and



c) an analysis of development trend in relation to

environmental quality objectives and generation of target, and



5. every four years, present a more thorough evaluation of

opportunities to achieve environmental quality objectives and generation of target

with



a) an analysis of the prerequisites to achieve each of the

environmental quality objectives, and



(b)) a målövergripande analysis of progress towards

generation of target and the environmental quality objectives.



In the work of accounting in accordance with the first paragraph 4 and 5 are

The environmental protection agency hearing and coordinating relevant authorities.

Regulation (2015:124).



3 §/expires U: 2015-10-20/

The environmental protection agency should, within its area of responsibility, in particular,



1. be responsible for the central regulatory guidance,



2. interact with provincial governments to provide a

effective enforcement,



3. monitor public environmental interests in cases where

Environment Act applied and managed with the authorities and

courts, as well as the environmental protection agency's comments early in the

process,



4. participate in environmental trials concerning issues that are

fundamentally important or are of great importance to the environment,



5. guide State agencies in their

environmental management work,



6. to coordinate follow-up and evaluation

of environmental quality objectives Limited climate, fresh air,

Natural acidification only, a protective ozone layer, Teeming

wetlands, a magnificent mountain landscape and a rich plant and

animal life,



7. to develop, follow up and coordinate the work with

environmental information management and be responsible for the overall

administrative coordination of environmental monitoring,



8. in consultation with marine and water allocating funds for

environmental monitoring, monitoring of environmental quality objectives and

international reporting and after consultation with the other

relevant authorities and organisations responsible for

the implementation of environmental monitoring, as well as describe and

analyze the State of the environment within its area of responsibility,



9. financing the environmental high quality research in support of

The environmental protection agency and marine and water agency,



10. in interact with marine and water authority in matters

importance for marine and aquatic environment,



11. make knowledge about the environment and environmental work available

for authorities, the public and other interested parties;



12. be responsible for national coordination and priority

terms of remedying such pollution damage and serious

environmental damage referred to in Chapter 10. the environmental code,



13. responsible for the management, monitoring and evaluation

the Government grants covered by the Regulation (2004:100)

If remediation of pollution damage and State grants for

such remedial,



14. acquire and manage valuable natural areas for the State

sheet,



15. be responsible for producing documentation for decision to establish

national parks,



16. promote conditions for outdoor recreation are preserved

and develops,



17. to coordinate authorities ' work when it comes to outdoor life

and connect with others interested in such questions,



18. work for the sustainable development of wind energy,



19. be responsible for the issues of hunting and game according to

hunting laws,



20. promote waste management in terms of capacity and

methods are effective for society and easy for

consumers,



21. to coordinate authorities ' work in the case

ambient noise, and



22. be a member of such a non-profit organization referred to in paragraph 2 of the

Laponiaförordningen (2011:840). Regulation (2015:124).



3 section/entry into force: 2015-10-27

The environmental protection agency should, within its area of responsibility, in particular,



1. be responsible for the central regulatory guidance,



2. interact with provincial governments in order to achieve effective enforcement,



3. monitor public environmental interests in cases where environmental regulations are applied and managed with the authorities and courts, as well as the environmental protection agency's comments early in the process,



4. participate in environmental trials on issues that are important in principle or are of great importance to the environment,



5. guide State agencies in their environmental management efforts,



6. to coordinate the follow-up and evaluation of the environmental quality objectives Limited climate, fresh air, natural acidification only, a protective ozone layer, thriving wetlands, a magnificent mountain landscape and a rich plant and animal life,



7. to develop, follow up and coordinate the work with environmental information management and be responsible for the overall administrative coordination of environmental monitoring,



8. in consultation with marine and water allocating funds for environmental monitoring, monitoring of environmental quality objectives and international reporting and after consultation with the other relevant authorities and organisations responsible for the implementation of environmental monitoring and to describe and analyse the State of the environment within its area of responsibility,



9. financing the environmental high quality research in support of the environmental protection agency and marine and water agency,



10. in interact with marine and water authority in matters relevant to marine and aquatic environment,



11. make knowledge about the environment and environmental work available to government agencies, the public and other interested parties;



12. be responsible for national coordination and prioritization in terms of remedying such pollution damage and serious environmental damage referred to in Chapter 10. the environmental code,



13. responsible for the management, monitoring and evaluation of the contribution that the scope of the Regulation (2004:100) on remedying pollution damage and State aid for such rectification,



14. acquire and manage valuable natural areas on behalf of the State,



15. be responsible for producing documentation for decision to establish national parks,



16. promote conditions for outdoor recreation are preserved and developed,



17. to coordinate authorities ' work when it comes to outdoor life and connect with others interested in such questions,



18. work for the sustainable development of wind energy,



19. be responsible for the issues of hunting and wildlife as hunting laws,



20. promote waste management in terms of capacity and methods is effective for society and easy for consumers,



21. to coordinate authorities ' work in terms of ambient noise, and



22. be a member of such a non-profit organization referred to in paragraph 2 of the Laponiaförordningen (2011:840). Regulation (2015:570).



section 4 of the environmental protection agency shall participate in the work in the field of the environment as

the Government conducts within the EU and internationally. In that process

to the environmental protection agency within its remit, in particular



1. provide documentation and expert knowledge,



2. attend the meetings according to instructions from the Cabinet Office

and report of the meetings,



3. contribute to Sweden's policy for global development and

implementation of the policy,



4. carry out bilateral cooperation,



5. be responsible for international reporting,



6. in its participation in European Commission working groups

early the assess the impact of major proposals and give them as

concerned the opportunity to submit comments to the environmental protection agency,

and



7. when the European Commission has submitted a final proposal

EU legislation, promptly present an impact assessment

of the proposal to the Cabinet Office.



section 5 of the environmental protection agency may perform the service exports which are directly

linked to the development work of the Swedish environmental protection agency

conducts international, including service exports

refers to the Swedish international development cooperation agency, and that

is within the scope of the duties set out in this

instruction, other regulation or decision which the Government has

taken.



section 6 of the environmental protection agency, in litigation for damages under Chapter 32.

the environmental Institute public class action under Chapter 32. section 13

the environmental code and the law (2002:599) if Group trial, if

the Agency is of the opinion that it is necessary to accommodate

keen public environmental interests.



section 7 of the environmental protection agency must ensure that the rules and routines

that authority is disposes of is cost effective and simple

for citizens and businesses.



section 8 of the environmental protection agency should, within its area of responsibility help State

agricultural works with such supporting material as needed for information,

training, supervision and how deviations must be assessed from

support point of view when it comes to business requirements according to Regulation

(2004:760) of EU direct payments to farmers, etc. and

Ordinance (2007:481) on support for


rural development measures.



8 a of the environmental protection agency should be the national focal point and

coordinating authority in the case of the European Parliament and of the

Council Regulation (EU) no 1293/2013 by december 11, 2013

establishing a programme for environmental and climate policy

(Life), repealing Regulation (EC) No 614/2007.

Regulation (2014:229).



8 b of the environmental protection agency shall be the competent authority in accordance with

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 511/2014 by

on 16 april 2014 if measures users ' compliance in

The Nagoya Protocol on access to, and fair and equitable

distribution of profits from the exploitation of genetic resources

in the Union. Regulation (2015:124).



Management



§ 9 the environmental protection agency is headed by a head of Government.



10 § At the environmental protection agency, there shall be an Advisory Council which

consists of a maximum of ten members.



Special bodies



Supervisory and regulatory Council



section 11 Of the environmental protection agency is the supervisory and regulatory Council

which is an advisory body for consultation and collaboration for

authorities in matters relating to the supervision and regulations

According to the environmental code, and EU regulations and EU directives in

environmental code area.



section 12 of the supervisory and regulatory Council



1. identify the need for consensus and collaboration,



2. where necessary, take initiatives to increase common understanding and cooperation,



3. be responsible for the exchange of experience and

Exchange of information with other authorities that have a central

responsibility for regulatory guidance in the environmental area of the beam, and



4. keep a register of



a) all regulations and other regulations that have

granted under the environmental code,



b) all general advice in environmental beam area

ordered by the authorities, and



(c)) the EU regulations and EU directives relating to the environment beam area

with information on how the directives are implemented in Swedish law.



paragraph 13 of the supervisory and regulatory Council shall each year submit a

written report to the Government with a report and

evaluation of the previous year's activities.



section 14 of the supervisory and regulatory Council is made up of representatives of the

The public health agency, General physician, maritime and

the water authority, the Swedish Chemicals Agency, environmental protection agency

and the State's agricultural work. In addition, the Council be

two members representing the municipalities and two members

representing provincial governments. Regulation (2013:916).



Scientific Council on biological diversity and

ecosystem services



section 15 Within the environmental protection agency Scientific Council for

biodiversity and ecosystem services. The Council is a

advisory bodies



1. contribute with knowledge in the international work within the framework

for the intergovernmental platform on biodiversity and

ecosystem services, and



2. be advisory to the relevant authorities in the work of

carried out on the grounds that Sweden is a party to the United

Nations Convention on biological diversity and other

international instruments related to questions about

biological diversity.



Positions and assignments



section 16 of the Director-General is the head of Government.



section 17 the Government appoints for a certain time Chairman and other

members of the supervisory and regulatory Council.



section 18 of the environmental protection agency has selected for a certain time President and

members of the Scientific Council on biological diversity and

ecosystem services. Special consideration should be given to the President's

and other members ' skills for the task referred to in 15

§ 1. Before the decision is made to the environmental protection agency told the marine and

the water authority, the Sami Parliament, page, National Board of forestry, State

the energy authority, the State's agricultural work and the Research Council for

environment, agricultural sciences and spatial planning.



Staff disciplinary board



19 § At the environmental protection agency, there shall be a

staff disciplinary board.



Applicability of certain regulations



section 20 of the environmental protection agency to apply

the staff representatives Ordinance (1987:1101).



section 21 of the environmental protection agency to apply internal audit regulation

(2006:1228).



Appeal



section 22 of the decision of the head of Government on the allocation of

The environmental protection agency's appropriation of research may not be appealed.



Transitional provisions



2012:989



This Regulation shall enter into force on 18 January 2013, when

Regulation (2009:1476) with instruction for the Swedish environmental protection agency

shall be repealed. The new provisions should be applied

from 1 January 2013.



2015:124



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 april 2015.



2. Reporting pursuant to article 2 of the first paragraph 4 should be done first

time in March 2016.



3. Reporting pursuant to article 2 of the first paragraph 5 should be done first

time in september 2015.