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ELEEP Network: New Funding and Plans for 2013

The ELEEP Network, which is run and operated by Ecologic Institute, Berlin, Ecologic Institute, Washington DC, and the Atlantic Council of the United States, has received grant funding from the European Commission and the Robert Bosch Stiftung to continue operations through mid-2014.

Fair Trade Footballs Delight Young Ghanaian Kickers

In a gesture to support leisure and educational activities for young people in Ghana, the Ecologic Institute Berlin donated footballs to the Juvenile Football Club in Tema, the largest seaport city in Ghana. “Just like in Germany, children and teenagers in Ghana love football.

Ecologic Institute Receives Robert Bosch Stiftung Grant to Continue ELEEP Network

Ecologic Institute, Berlin and its partners, Ecologic Institute, Washington DC and the Atlantic Council of the United States, were awarded a grant by the Robert Bosch Stiftung for their recently launched Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy Network (ELEEP).

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Ecologic Institute, Washington DC: Three Years and Going Strong

Three years after its launch on Earth Day 2008, Ecologic Institute in Washington DC has established a strong presence in the North American environmental policy scene. But, since perceptions and priorities on both sides of the Atlantic are once again beginning to diverge, there is a great deal of important work that lies ahead for the Institute and its transatlantic mission.

Ecologic Institute launches Washington DC office

On 20-27 April 2009, the Ecologic Institute launches its newly established Washington DC office with a series of events focused on transatlantic environmental policies. Over the course of this week, Ecologic will partner with established civil society and educational institutions to address a range of timely issues, from new challenges for Arctic governance over comparative approaches to green recovery to transatlantic experiences with the promotion of renewable energy sources.

Ecologic co-hosts first members’ meeting of The Integrated Assessment Society (TIAS)

tiasOn 1 March 2005, 13 members of The Integrated Assessment Society (TIAS), and 12 observers met in their first members’ meeting. On the occasion of the closing conference of the European Forum for Integrated Environmental Assessments (EFIEA), they discussed how to strengthen outreach activities and expand the new TIAS network.

Peter Beyer new editor for climate change and emissions trading for the ZUR

ZURAs of November 2004, Peter Beyer contributes to the German legal journal ZUR - Zeitschrift für Umweltrecht as responsible editor for the field of climate change policy. The ZUR offers specific articles from academia and practice on current problems of environmental law. The magazine appears regularly and each edition focuses on one specific topic and critically discusses environmental legislation. It offers approaches to solve problems and puts contentious views forward for discussion to encourage further legislative education.

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