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Study of Impacts of GEF Activities on Phase-Out of Ozone Depleting Substances in CEITs

Final Report to Global Environment Facility UNEP DTIE OzonAction Programme
In this study, Ecologic provided a detailed account of the effects of GEF support and other progress made in 15 countries supported in East Europe and Central Asia awards phasing out ozone depleting substances (ODS), as mandated by the Montreal Protocol. The study is based on data reported by the countries to the Ozone Secretariat in Nairobi, and by data from the implementing agencies and verified by the countries themselves.Read more
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EU Policies and Measures on Climate Change

September 1997 to January 1998

In the 1997 Kyoto Protocol to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, the EU and its member states committed to an 8% reduction of their greenhouse gas emissions by 2008-2012 compared to 1990. This project investigated the effects of EU regulations and activities that had been implemented or planned by 1998 on the greenhouse gas emissions of the Union.

The study identifies the main fields of political activities of the EU that have an impact on the emissions of greenhouse gases, names the regulations (Directives, Regulations, Decisions) and programmes adopted and plannedRead more

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Production and Consumption of Ozone-Depleting Substances 1986-1995

The Data Reporting System under the Montreal Protocol
Oberthür, Sebastian 1997: Production and Consumption of Ozone-Depleting Substances 1986-1995. The Data Reporting System under the Montreal Protocol. Ecologic - Centre for International and European Environmental Research, Berlin.Read more
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Implementation of the Montreal Protocol: Analysis of Production and Consumption Data

December 1996 to December 1997
Effective implementation of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer can only be achieved if a sound informational basis concerning the current status of the phase out of ozone-depleting substances (ODS) exists. Information on production and consumption of ODS is submitted to the Ozone Secretariat in Nairobi by the Parties to the Montreal Protocol.Read more

A Positive Result

After three years, the evaluation team for the National Climate Protection Initiative (Nationale Klimaschutzinitiative, NKI) has drawn a positive balance across all government-funded areas: economy, consumers and communities. All analysed criteria (impact of climate protection, relevance, broad effect, and economic impact) were rated positively overall. In its October issue, the journal "Umwelt" published an article about the final conference of the NKI-project with the title: "A positive result".

Development of Training Modules for Climate Protection and Adaption (Sino-German Climate Change Programme)

Participating in a series of three workshops on capacity building for climate change mitigation and adaptation organized in Beijing by the German Agency for International Co-operation (GIZ) jointly with the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) of the People¹s Republic of China, Ecologic Instit

A European Union for Renewable Energy - Presentation and Discussion of the Study

On 23 October 2012, the Heinrich Böll Foundation will present and host of a discussion of the study "A European Union for Renewable Energy - Policy Options for Better Grids and Support Schemes." Sascha Müller-Kraenner, Partner of Ecologic Institute, and Susanne Langsdorf, Researcher at Ecologic Institute,

Green Economy in the Context of Sustainable Development and Poverty Eradication - Videos for Rio+20

Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, released four videos addressing the themes of the upcoming Rio+20 Conference. The videos tell stories in which the fictional journalist Marta Wisdom investigates the topics of green growth, green economy, and poverty in the EU. In her reportages and interviews she uses EU statistics. The videos explain what green growth could mean for the EU's sustainable development, how Europeans consume and produce electricity, whether poverty is only a question of income, how Europeans feel about poverty in different cities, and how evenly income is distributed in the EU. Ecologic Institute was involved in the development and production of the videos.

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