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Ecologic Newsletter No 80 – September 2009

  1. The Global Institutional Architecture and Sustainability – Ecologic Conference Results
  2. Sharing the Benefits of Using Traditionally Cultured Genetic Resources Fairly – Publication
  3. Our Low-Carbon Future? Lessons Learned and Current Opportunities from Both Sides of the Atlantic – Riverside Chat with Michael Allegretti and Dr. Georg Riegel
  4. Governing Water – International Law Development – The Principle of Subsidiarity – Publication
  5. Current Trends in the American Climate Debate and Prospects for a Global Deal in Copenhagen 2009 – Dinner Dialogue with Elliot Diringer and Nicole Wilke
  6. More justice through environmental protection? – Publication
  7. Linking Carbon Markets: Concepts, Case Studies and Pathways – Publication
  8. Linking Existing and Proposed GHG Emissions Trading Schemes in North America – Publication

Ecologic Newsletter No 79 – August 2009

  1. Global Carbon Market Institutions: An Assessment of Governance Challenges and Functions in the Carbon Market – Report published
  2. The Global Institutional Architecture and the Financial Crisis – An Opportunity for Sustainable Development? – Conference registration extended until 1 September 2009
  3. Project start RADOST – Regional Adaptation Strategies for the German Baltic Sea Coast
  4. Ecologic Institute at the Global Environmental Governance Forum
  5. German-U.S. Farmer Exchange 2009
  6. ICAP Summer School for Emerging and Developing Countries, Berlin 2009 – Event summary
  7. Transatlantic Climate and Energy Cooperation: Working together, learning from each other – Visitors Programme
  8. Second European Water Conference – Conference Report now available

Ecologic Newsletter No 78 – July 2009

  1. Economic Stimulus in Europe – Accelerating Progress towards Sustainable Development? – Study online
  2. The Global Institutional Architecture and the Financial Crisis – An Opportunity for Sustainable Development? – Conference registration open now
  3. Research Group on Ecosystem Services established
  4. Environmental Policies and Social Justice – Final Report Available
  5. Sustainability in policy evaluation reviewed – EPOS-Conference Documentation online
  6. Greening the Mediterranean: Europe's Environmental Policy toward Mediterranean Neighbours – Publication
  7. German Experiences in Sustainable, Low-Carbon Technologies Reach an American Audience – Radio Broadcast
  8. BMU-Conference: Rural Business: Ecological Future Markets for Rural Areas

Ecologic Newsletter No 77 – June 2009

  1. Launch Celebration for German Pollutant Release and Transfer Register – PRTR – Event summary
  2. German Perspectives on the Current CAP Reform – Policy Brief published
  3. International Cooperation on Climate and Energy – Visitors programme
  4. A Climate Protection Law for Germany – Lecture
  5. Water Governance in Europe – the Water Framework Directive – Lecture
  6. Global Climate Policy Debate – Lessons Learned and Preparations for Copenhagen – Chairing
  7. Ecologic Institute joins Water Footprint Network (WFN)
  8. Rachel Carson Award Nomination awarded to Ecologic Transatlantic Fellow Zoë Robaey

Ecologic Newsletter No 76 – May 2009

  1. A Climate Protection Law for Germany
  2. Water Framework Directive and Heavily Modified Water Bodies – Workshop key conclusions
  3. Evaluation of environmental quality in Austria in a European context – Publication
  4. National Stimulus Packages – Steps toward Recovery or Pathways to Progress? – Riverside Chat with Michael Kohlhaas and Nils Meyer-Ohlendorf
  5. Sustainable Development in Policy Assessment – Methods, Challenges and Policy Impacts – Updated conference programme and last chance for registration
  6. Newsweek: A Green Trade War? – Press
  7. On the Road to Copenhagen: Legal Aspects of the Post-2012 – Climate Law Conference
  8. Ethics, Transparency and Accountability – Chairing

Ecologic Newsletter Birthday Special No 75 – April 2009

  1. Policy Pathways Toward Improved Governance of a Warming Arctic – Seminar
  2. Transatlantic Transition towards a Low Carbon Economy – Dinner Dialogue with Christopher Flavin
  3. Transatlantic Recovery Plans: Green Jobs for a Cool Planet? – Transatlantic Lunch
  4. Overcoming the Economic Crisis with Renewable Energies: Policies and Infrastructures for Green Power Investments – Briefing
  5. The Role of Think Tanks in International Environmental Governance – Dinner Dialogue with Sonja Wälti
  6. The Evolution of EU Environmental Governance – Lecture
  7. The Changing Climate in U.S. Renewable Energy Markets and Policy: A USEPA Perspective on Renewable Energy Market Transformation in the U.S. – Transatlantic Breakfast with Matt Clouse
  8. Geoengineering and the Governance of International Spaces – Transatlantic Lunch with Paul Berkman & Ralph Czarnecki

Ecologic Newsletter No 74 – April 2009

  1. Ecologic Institute launches Washington DC office
  2. The evolution of EU environmental governance - Publication
  3. Protecting the Arctic marine environment in a changing climate – options for transatlantic and international governance - Lecture
  4. Sustainable Development in Policy Assessment - Methods, Challenges and Policy Impacts – Conference registration open now
  5. At a tipping point? How the debate on biofuel standards sparks innovative ideas for the general future of standardisation and certification schemes - Publication
  6. Mechanisms for Linking Emissions Trading Schemes - Publication
  7. Second European Water Conference – Conference Document online
  8. RAPIDO - Furthering rural development: fresh input from innovation leaders – video interviews available online

Ecologic Newsletter No 73 – March 2009

  1. Arctic at stake – Experts call for improvements in governing climate-change adaptation
  2. Trade and Climate Change – Triggers or Barriers for Climate-Friendly Technology Transfer and Development? – Publication
  3. Environmental Policy Integration and Multi-Level Governance - Policy paper online
  4. Climate Change and the Concept of Environmental Security under the Obama administration – Dinner Dialogue with Sherri Goodman
  5. Learning from Europe's Mistakes – Can the US catch up in climate protection? – Publication
  6. Climate Change as a Security Threat of the Next Generation for NATO – Lecture
  7. Ecologic joins the initiative IEDEATH March 2009

Ecologic Newsletter No 72 - February 2009

  1. Second European Water Conference - Announcement
  2. Climate change USA? American Energy Policy under President Barack Obama - Lecture
  3. RAPIDO - A research contribution on innovative rural development in the EU - Publication
  4. Innovation Conference Rural Areas - Nature Conservancy as driving force for rural development
  5. The challenge of framework directives: are Member States ready for renegotiating? - Lecture
  6. More drops for crops - Risks in agricultural waste water reuse: Precautionary and mitigation measures - Lecture
  7. Ecologic Institute 2009 Berlin - Brussels - Vienna - Washington DC
  8. Transatlantic Exchange: Announcing the 2009 American Council on Germany's McCloy Fellowship

Ecologic Newsletter No 71 - January 2009

  1. Key Performance Indicators for Transboundary Basins in Africa - Workshops Summary
  2. Learning from Europe's Mistakes - The US Fell Behind in Climate Policy, but is now Catching up Fast - Publication
  3. Ecologic at the UN Climate Conference in Poznan
  4. Climate and Energy - Lessons Learned: The European Perspective - Publication
  5. Climate Protection Policy of the Grand Coalition - A look back and a look ahead - Publication
  6. The policy impacts of environmental valuations - Publication
  7. Climate change: Identifying the impacts on public finances - Lecture
  8. DAAD/AICGS Seeking Fellowship Applications for research stays of two months in Washington DC

Ecologic Newsletter No 70 - December 2008

  1. Transatlantic policy options for climate adaptation in the marine Arctic - Expert Workshop Synthesis Report
  2. Beyond GDP website now in three languages
  3. Rural Areas - People - Innovative Development (RAPIDO) - Workshop results
  4. Global Climate Change and the Fragmentation of International Law - Publication
  5. A River Runs Through It: Transboundary Water in the Amudarya Basin - Publication
  6. Environmental Technologies, Training and Awareness-Raising (ETTAR) - Project results online
  7. Yearbook Ecology 2009 - Publication
  8. Web Programmer - Employment

Ecologic Newsletter No 69 - November 2008

  1. Conference "Sustainable Development in Policy Assessment - Methods, Challenges and Policy Impacts", 15-16 June 2009, Brussels - Call for Abstracts
  2. Addressing the climate challenge - what can agriculture do? Ideas from Europe and beyond - Symposium
  3. Environmental and Material Flow Cost Accounting - Principles and Procedures - Publication
  4. Climate Change and Coastal Zone Management - Dinner Dialogue with Mike Orbach
  5. Trends in climate and energy policy in the United States - Ecologic Transatlantic Luncheon with David Campbell
  6. Standard & Poor's AA-Rating for OekoWorld OekoVision Classic Investment Fund
  7. Environmental and Resource Polices in the Context of the UN - A Chance for Cooperation? - Lecture
  8. Climate Change: Are Border Adjustment Measures only the Third-Best Option (Out of Three)? - Lecture

Ecologic Newsletter No 68 - October 2008

  1. The economic impacts of illegal timber trade for the German timber industry and forestry - Study online
  2. Biofuels: Between Energy Security and Climate Change - Latin America and the international discussion - Lecture
  3. From Autonomy to Integration? International Law, Free Trade and the Environment - Publication
  4. River Basin Management - Is the water sector following the wrong approach? - Publication
  5. WFD meets CAP - Towards the first River Management Plan - Conference Summary online
  6. Tough Choices - Land Use under a Changing Climate: German-US Conference and Scientific Field Trip - Summary online
  7. The De-Nationalization of Transatlantic Environment Relations: How Sub-national Partnerships Transform the Transatlantic Energy and Climate Debate - Transatlantic Luncheon with Dale Medearis

Ecologic Newsletter No 67 - September 2008

  1. A Climate of Change - North America and Transatlantic Cooperation - Publication
  2. Guide to Public Participation according to article 14 of the EC Water Framework Directive - a RhineNet project report - Study online
  3. Legal issues and challenges in Trade and Competitiveness Post 2012 - Study online
  4. China's and India's emerging energy foreign policy - Publication
  5. Further Waiting on Cutback in global CO2 Emissions - Publication
  6. Humboldt Foundation Seeking US Applicants for German Chancellor Fellowship - Transatlantic Exchange

Ecologic Institute Newsletter 2420

  1. Evaluation of soil protection aspects in certain programmes of measures adopted by EU Member States - Study online
  2. New Threats Arising from Climate Change and Energy Scarcity - What Role for International Governance? - Dinner Dialogue with Jamie Shea and Helga Schmid
  3. What Price Energy Transformation - Website now accessible
  4. Transatlantic policy options for climate adaptation in the marine Arctic - Workshop Announcement
  5. Climate Protection - International Cooperation on Climate and Energy - International Visitors Programme
  6. Johns Hopkins University Summer School: "Anything is Possible" - Summary online
  7. Conference Manager - Employment

Ecologic Newsletter No 65 - July 2008

  1. Sealing water aid against corruption: donor interventions, donor responsibilities - Publication
  2. Climate Change Mitigation in Agriculture - Policy Options for the Future - Stakeholder Consultation Workshop
  3. Sustainable Biofuel Production in Tropical and Subtropical Countries - Workshop presentations online
  4. Evolution of the Greek national regime for water resources - Publication
  5. Effort sharing under the Climate Package - Workshop presentations online
  6. Assessing Management Regimes in Transboundary River Basins: Do They Support Adaptive Management? - Publication
  7. What Price Energy Transformation? - Publication
  8. EPOS Summer School: Methods and Tools for Impact Assessment - Summary online

Ecologic Newsletter No 64 - June 2008

  1. Potential of the Ecological Footprint for monitoring environmental impact from natural resource use - Study online
  2. The cost of policy inaction (COPI) on biodiversity - Study online
  3. Reality Check on EU Bioenergy targets - Conference presentations online
  4. Flood risk management and floodplain restoration in Europe: recent policy developments at EU level - Publication
  5. Bio-energy and its controversial role in EU climate policy - Climate Talk
  6. The European Emissions Trading Scheme - Coming of Age? - Publication
  7. KNAPPE - Pharmaceutical products in the water environment - Project results
  8. Water Framework Directive: Exemptions become the rule - Publication

Ecologic Newsletter No 63 - May 2008

  1. Effort sharing under the Climate Package - assessing the role of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) - Workshop Announcement
  2. Forest fires: Causes and contributing factors in Europe - Study online
  3. Sustainable Transport - Goal or Myth - Dinner Dialogue with Sebastian Bäckström
  4. Adapting/Adopting: Perspectives on International Cooperation in Addressing Climate Change - Riverside Chat with Nicole Wilke and Alina Bokde
  5. Renewable Energy: A Boom for Europe? - Lecture
  6. Transboundary Regimes: The Amudarya - Insights from the Newater project - Lecture
  7. Wind energy all over the world - Interview with Stephanie Schlegel
  8. Ecologic welcomes the German Green Party in the Network Countdown 2010 on behalf of the IUCN

Ecologic Newsletter No 62 - April 2008

  1. EPOS Summer School on Methods and Tools for Impact Assessment, 16-20 June, Berlin - Announcement
  2. Demographic Change and Sustainability: A Generational Balance - Publication
  3. Legal Problems of Weather Modification - Publication
  4. Climate change-induced water stress and its impacts on natural and managed ecosystems - Study online
  5. Analysis of the Tisza River Basin 2007 - Study online
  6. Efficient Climate Policy through Flexible Mechanisms - Publication
  7. A Framework for Tool Selection and Use in Integrated Assessment for Sustainable Development - Publication
  8. Broadening the view: From biofuel standards to an international standard-setting scheme for the sustainable use of natural resources - Lecture

Ecologic Newsletter No 61 - March 2008

  1. The Amendment of the Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) within the context of the integrated energy and climate programme - Publication
  2. How much does nuclear energy really contribute to climate protection? - Climate Talk
  3. Power Grid 2.0: Will the Information Technology Fairy Kiss and Wake the Electric Utilities? - Dinner Dialogue with Suedeen Kelly
  4. Analysis of the Yale Environmental Performance Index (EPI) - Publication
  5. WFD meets CAP - Looking for a consistent approach - Background paper online
  6. Building Blocks: The Role of NGOs in International Environmental Governance - Dinner Dialogue with Mark Halle
  7. If biofuels are the answer - what is the question? A review on the benefits and drawbacks of biofuels from an environmental, development, and climate perspective - Lecture
  8. The EU's new Climate and Energy Package: A breakthrough in Europe's Renewable Energy Politics? - Lecture


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