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Die integrierte Anlagenzulassung

Peter Beyer's doctoral thesis focuses on an analysis of the integrated concepts of the Council Directive 96/61/EC on integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC-Directive) and its implementation in the German Federal Emissions Control Act, as well as in the Draft of the German Environmental Code. Read more

Trade, Societies and Sustainable Development (SUSTRA)

May 2001 to December 2004

In cooperation with the European SUSTRA-Network Ecologic analyses the relationship between trade, environment and sustainable development. As a part of the project, Ecologic convened an international workshop on the architecture of global governance of trade and sustainable development which focussed on the global institutional set-up, the relationship between multilateral environmental agreements and WTO rules as well as the role of non-State actors in the international fora. The results of the workshop were summarised and published in a policy brief.

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Kyoto Mechanisms and Compliance

March 2000 to December 2002
The 1997 Kyoto Protocol to protect the global climate is an incomplete agreement. Many of its provisions require a further specification in order to make the Protocol ratifiable for countries. In this project, concrete options and proposals for the elaboration of the Kyoto Protocol were developed for the German Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.Read more

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Zur Reform des internationalen Konfliktmanagements: Das Beispiel Seevölkerrecht
The way in which international legal disputes can be settled has become a topic of much debate. There is talk of a stagnation of public international law; this has been exacerbated by complicated, inefficient mechanisms and has led to the general perception of this type of law as a blunt sword in the fight for justice. The international law of the sea presented in this article exemplifies ways in which public international law can be improved.

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International Political Commitments and Legal Obligations Concerning Soil Conservation: A Preliminary Examination

Background Document for the International Workshop "Soil Protection Policies within the European Union" Bonn, 9 -11 December 1998
Tarasofsky, Richard G.; R. Andreas Kraemer 1998: International Political Commitments and Legal Obligations Concerning Soil Conservation: A Preliminary Examination. Background Document for the International Workshop "Soil Protection Policies within the European Union" Bonn, 9 -11 December 1998. Berlin.Read more

EC Policy and Legislation Related to Soil Conservation: Initial Overview

Background Document for the International Workshop "Soil Protection Policies within the European Union" Bonn, 9 -11 December 1998
Bär, Stefani; Sandra Hollerbuhl; R. Andreas Kraemer 1998: EC Policy and Legislation Related to Soil Conservation: Initial Overview. Background Document for the International Workshop "Soil Protection Policies within the European Union" Bonn, 9 -11 December 1998. Berlin.Read more

Submissions to UNCTAD on International Investment Regime

As a contribution to the ongoing discussion on the reform of the international in-vestment regime, members of the Ecologic legal team submitted two briefs to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). UNCTAD is a UN organisation dealing with developing countries and their role in international trade and investment. Both briefs are available for download.

Ecologic Institute supports negotiators at UN climate negotiations in China

End of the year, parties to the UN climate negotiations will meet in Cancun, Mexico, to continue their negotiations on the future of international climate protection. In preparation for this, thousands of delegates met in Tianjin, China, beginning of October to negotiate the way forward. Dr. Camilla Bausch and Dr. Ralph Bodle of Ecologic Legal continue to support the German delegation and EU team in the negotiations. In this capacity, they participated in the negotiations in China and will travel to Cancun at the end of November to continue this work.

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