Different reform initiatives and processes of general interest or of specifically an environmental nature, like the Lisbon process or the 6th Environmental Action Program, will have substantial influence on the future shaping of European environmental politics. The study "EU Environmental Governance" analyses and assesses these initiatives and lays down new options for their further development.
The study "EU Environmental Governance" forms part of the contribution given by the Belgian presidency on the discussion about environmental governance in the European Union. The slant ofRead more
The British-German Environment Forum (BGEF) 2001 was organized by Ecologic. It took place in Berlin, on 5 and 6 July 2001, and addressed the issue of transport and the environment.
The aim of the conference entitled "Escaping from Gridlock" was to identify best practices in each country. The conference focused on the German and British key ideas in transport policy that...Read more
The 5th Environmental Action Programme and the Cardiff Process constitute fundamental components in European environmental policy that will shape the architecture of European environmental policy in the coming years. Against this background the project "Assessing the 5th Environmental Action Programme and the Cardiff Process" traces the development of these initiatives and evaluates them from an environmental perspective.
Over the past few years environment and tourism has evolved into an issue of importance. As increasing environmental problems result from tourist activities, efforts to confront the issue are becoming more diverse and intense. This is mainly the outcome of the growing understanding that a sound environment sets the basis for any succesful tourism policy.
The Office of Technology Assessment at the German Parliament (TAB) is addressing this issue in its project "Development and consequences of tourism". ARead more