Teaching aims to develop a good knowledge of the fundamental elements of environmental matter in the students. At the end of the training activity, students should have acquired and developed a self-sufficient argumentative and judgmental ability to study and analyze the main aspects of environmental law. In particular, students are expected to be able to: 1) know the general discipline in the environmental field; Know the source system and the relationship of interaction between internal norms and supranational rules that characterize matter; Understand the principles of international matrix (such as the principle of sustainability, the "polluter pays" principle, the precautionary principle) that allowed the establishment of the legal environment; To know the main environmental definitions; Read and understand a case law; Interpret the rules systematically, according to the doctrinal and jurisprudential guidelines (knowledge and understanding skills). 2) Apply the notions acquired to concrete situations, be able to develop autonomous argumentative pathways suitable for the definition of practical cases (ability to apply knowledge and comprehension). 3) Being able to deal with real issues in the field of the environment, including knowledge of legal notions (autonomy of judgment). 4) Use an appropriate and specific language of the subject (communicative skills). 5) Analyze different cases of reality, through the filtering of the notions received, to reach assessments of compliance with the normative paradigm of the cases dealt with (learning ability).