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How European Environmental Authorities Engage in Influencing European Environmental Policy

Ecologic Institute produced case studies on environmental authorities in Germany and Austria. Information was collected on: size; geographical coverage; responsibilities; and constitutional set-up, e.g.independence from other administrative bodies. The objective was to assess the organisations’ involvement in influencing European activities, their efficiency, restrictions to and preconditions for influencing European environmental policy.Read more

Nachhaltige Entwicklung und Integration der Umweltpolitiken in Frankreich und Deutschland

Welche besonderen Beziehungen wollen wir knüpfen?
Kraemer, R. Andreas 2002: Nachhaltige Entwicklung und Integration der Umweltpolitiken in Frankreich und Deutschland. Welche besonderen Beziehungen wollen wir knüpfen? Ecologic, Berlin.Read more

Institutional Change and Governance in the European Union

The Case of Biotechnology Regulation
Homeyer, Ingmar von 2002: Institutional Change and Governance in the European Union: The Case of Biotechnology Regulation. Department of Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute, Florence.Read more
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Amsterdam Flexibility: Green Cooperation for Europe's Environment

Bär, Stefani; Ingmar von Homeyer and R. Andreas Kraemer 2001: "Amsterdam Flexibility: Green Cooperation for Europe's Environment." Review of European Community & International Environmental Law, 9: 307–314. doi:10.1111/1467-9388.t01-1-00279Read more

EU Environmental Governance: A Benchmark of Policy Instruments

With a Focus on Agriculture, Energy and Transport
Kraemer, R. Andreas; Anneke Klasing; David G. Wilkinson and Ingmar von Homeyer 2002: EU Environmental Governance: A Benchmark of Policy Instruments. Ecologic/Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP), Berlin.Read more

Implementation of Article 12 of the SEVESO II Directive (96/82/EC) in Selected EU Member States

The aim of this study is to examine the transposition and implementation of Article 12 of the Seveso II Directive, also known as COMAH (96/82/EC) , in six EU Member States. Article 12 addresses the land-use planning issues associated with controlling major accident hazards involving dangerous substances. As the Directive should have been transposed by February 1999, the appropriate legislation should have been in place in order to enable this study to be undertaken. However, this proved not to be the case for every country. Experience in relation to both the transposition and implementation of Article 12 of the Seveso II Directive in the six case study countries has been variable. In three countries – Spain, Italy and England – Article 12 has been transposed virtually word for word into national legislation. In the other three countries, transposition has been undertaken in a different manner: only a relatively minor amendment was made to existing German legislation, whereas in Denmark only the first paragraph of Article 12 has been transposed. Meanwhile, in the Netherlands the Article has not yet been transposed.Read more

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