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Ecotaxes in Europe - Current Situation and Recommendations for Germany

February 2002 to April 2002

In the project report "Ecotax" Ecologic presents the state of the art and perspectives with regard to Environmental Tax Reform. The report reflects the scientific and political debate in Germany, as well as experiences in other European countries and the discussion on an EU-wide harmonisation of energy taxes.

For a quite a long time, the concept of Environmental Tax Reform (ETR) has been the topic of much controversial discussion. Following the lead of other European states, who introduced elements of an ETR in the early 90s, similar decisions were taken by theRead more

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Options for a Financial Mechanism Under the Kyoto Protocol

June 2001
The issue of financial transfers to developing countries is an integral part of the negotiations on completing the "unfinished business" of the Kyoto Protocol (KP) of 1997 to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (FCCC). Ecologic examines how such a Special Climate Change Fund could be developed and implemented. Read more
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Working Group on Emissions Trading as a Means to Combat the Impacts of Greenhouse Gases

April 2001 to March 2003
The Working Group on "Emissions Trading as a Means to Combat the Impacts of Greenhouse Gases" has been created according to the German Federal Government's Climate Protection Programme of 18 October 2000. Its aim is to evaluate the possibilities of establishing a national emissions trading system, which takes into account existing national instruments, the European concept of emission trading as well as the Climate Framework Convention and the Kyoto-Protocol.Read more
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Production and Consumption of Ozone Depleting Substances 1986-1999

This report is a compilation of data on the global production and consumption of Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) and a detailed explanation for the trends. The report updates and builds upon similar analyses published in the previous four years. Read more
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Green House Gas Emissions and EU Enlargement

August 2000 to December 2000

In the course of their accession to the European Union, the acceding countries have to implement the existing body of European rules (acquis communautaire). As a result, the level of their greenhouse gas emissions can be expected to be affected. In this project, the effects of the accession of Estonia, Poland, Slovenia, the Czech Republik and Hungary on their greenhouse gas emissions were assessed. The study analyses the effects the EU accession of Estonia, Poland, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Hungary may have on the greenhouse gas emissions of these countries.

This issue is ofRead more

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Instruments and Options for Environmental Policy during the Accession Process of EU Associated Countries in the Area of Environment and Energy (Czech Republic)

This study identifies EU accession requirements for the Accession Countries in the area of the environment and energy, and the relevant specific circumstances in each of the five countries (Estonia, Poland, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Hungary). Based on the respective findings, it is possible to draw conclusions with respect to co-operation at the EU, intergovernmental and company level.Read more
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Instruments and Options for Environmental Policy during the Accession Process of EU Associated Countries in the Area of Environment and Energy (Estonia)

This study identifies EU accession requirements for the Accession Countries in the area of the environment and energy, and the relevant specific circumstances in each of the five countries (Estonia, Poland, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Hungary). Based on the respective findings, it is possible to draw conclusions with respect to co-operation at the EU, intergovernmental and company level.Read more

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