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Innovation-oriented Resource Policy within Planetary Boundaries

 
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Innovation-oriented Resource Policy within Planetary Boundaries

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Jacob, K. et. al. (2015): An innovation-oriented resource policy within planetary boundaries. Final Report of the research project PolRess-Resource Policy. www.ressourcenpolitik.de

This report summarizes conclusions of the research project PolRess for the further development of the German resource policy. In the following, the project team summarizes considerations and conclusions, which emerged of the conducted research and are meant to provide a stimulus regarding the further development of resource policy.

During the project, instruments and strategic approaches of resource policies were analyzed from political, economic and legal perspectives. Furthermore, debates of different actors were analyzed and initiated. The findings of the project are documented in approximately 60 different discussion papers, all of which can be found on the project's website www.ressourcenpolitik.de.

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Klaus Jacob, Lisa Graaf, Stefan Werland (FU Berlin)
Doris Bergmann, Thomas Lehr (EUSG)
Mark Meyer (GWS)
Gerd Scholl (IÖW)
Falk Schulze, Andreas Hermann, Friedhelm Keimeyer (Öko Institut)
Stefan Bringezu, Bettina Bahn-Walkowiak, Henning Wilts (Wuppertal Institut)
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resource efficiency, policies, political and societal debate
Germany, Europe
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