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Ecologic Newsletter No 29 - July 2005

  1. Ecologic Brief: The European Neighbourhood Policy – Challenges for Environmental and Energy Policy
  2. Danube River Basin Stakeholder Conference – Documentation online
  3. Wilton Park British German Forum 2005 - Britain and Germany and the USA: Friends Reunited? 
  4. The Need for New Monitoring Tools to Implement the WFD - Publication
  5. (Dis-)proportionality of Costs in the Decision on Exemptions - Lecture
  6. Assessing the Cost-Effectiveness of Environmental Policies in Europe - Lecture
  7. Transatlantic Environmental Relations at the Subnational Level - Lecture
  8. Ökoprofit-Project provides new impulses for environmental management at Ecologic

Ecologic Newsletter No 28 – June 2005

  1. Call for stronger International Environmental Governance
  2. Serge Lepeltier: ''Long live Ecologic''
  3. The Case for Valuation Studies in the Water Framework Directive – Report online
  4. On the Road to Sustainable Production in the Enlarged EU: Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC) – Conference announcement
  5. Future strategy of municipal waste management (goal 2020) – Study online
  6. The UK's Use of its G8 Presidency to Focus on Africa and the Millennium Development Goals - Dinner Dialogue with Camilla Toulmin
  7. Behavioural motives within European Climate policy and their implications for the fulfilment of the European Kyoto target – Publication
  8. Transatlantic Environmental Cooperation on the Subnational Level

Ecologic Newsletter No 27 – May 2005

  1. Ecologic remembers Konrad von Moltke
  2. Active Involvement for sustainable water management in the Danube basin – Stakeholder Conference 
  3. Air Emissions Cap&Trade Programs: Revolution and Evolution in the U.S. – Dinner Dialogue with Sam Napolitano
  4. What is the Value of Water? Assessing Environmental and Resource Costs in the Water Framework Directive - Publication
  5. Possible methodology for the selection of cost-effective sets of measures in the Water Framework Directive - Publication
  6. Ecologic supports Environment-Friendly Innovation Award 2005 of Legambiente, Italy 
  7. Ecology and Design – University Course
  8. Trends in the European Water Sector - Lecture

Ecologic Newsletter No 26 - April 2005

  1. Towards a Stronger System of International Environmental Governance - Conference
  2. Common Agricultural Policy & Water Framework Directive (CAP & WFD)
  3. Transatlantic Climate Dinners - Wine & Ideas from the New World – Series of events
  4. Legal aspects of User Charges on Global Environmental Goods - Workshop
  5. Specific Needs of Developing Countries - Design Option for a UNEO – Policy Paper online
  6. Ecologic's 10th Anniversary
  7. Photos – People – Stories of Sustainability

Ecologic Newsletter No 25 - March 2005

  1. Green Ways to Growth - Dinner Dialogue with Jacqueline McGlade
  2. Kyoto Protocol Ratification - So what? 
  3. Reforming International Environmental Governance: An Institutionalist Critique of the Proposal for a World Environment Organisation - Publication
  4. Unbundling Rules in the Electricity Sector - Publication
  5. Solar and Wind Power: More Energy Security for the US? - Dinner Dialogue Jan McFarland and James H. Caldwell 
  6. European Liberalisation Tendencies - Implications for the German Water Sector - Lecture
  7. Dr. Sebastian Oberthür member of IDGEC's Scientific Steering Commitee

Ecologic Newsletter No 24 - February 2005

  1. Control of Land Use - Strategies, Instruments and Measures for Nature Protection - Publication
  2. Vital Soil - The Next Step Towards a European Soil Strategy - Background Paper online
  3. Water Framework Directive Monitoring - Policy Brief and Workshop
  4. The EU-Water Framework Directive as Possible Approach for Integrated River Basin Management - Publication
  5. International Comparison of Water Management - Publication
  6. Job Creation Potential of Clean Technologies - Study online
  7. Strategies of European Environmental Interest Groups for Influencing European Environmental Policy - Publication

Ecologic Newsletter No 23 - January 2005

  1. Quality has its price! But which? - Future of the Water Supply and Wastewater Sector - Publication
  2. Draft model international investment agreements for sustainable development 
  3. Making the Right Choice: a Methodology for Selecting Cost-Effective Measures for the Water Framework Directive - Publication
  4. The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and the Presidential Elections in the Ukraine - Dinner Dialogue with Annika Weidemann
  5. Utility Performance Indicators and Benchmarking in the EECCA - Lecture
  6. Allocation of Emission Rights in Germany - a first assessment
  7. Concerted Action Trade and Environment (CAT-E) - Conference Report

Ecologic Newsletter No 22 - December 2004

  1. The Impacts of Russian Ratification and American Election on the Climate Regime - Dinner Dialogue with Oran Young
  2. On the Environmental Dimension of the European Neighbourhood Policy - Dinner Dialogue with Tony Long
  3. Effects of Germany's Eco-Taxes - two Reports now online
  4. Pollutant and Transfer Register (PRTR) in Germany - Report online
  5. A new Dimension of Environmental Liability in Europe? An Analysis of the EU-Directive on Environmental Liability - Publication
  6. Paradigm Shift in Energy Policy - Publication
  7. Light at the end of the tunnel? Participation and Transparency in Export Credit Agencies' Cover Decisions - Lecture
  8. Local Communities and Municipalities as Innovators for Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns - Expert Dialogue Proceedings online

Ecologic Newsletter No 21 - November 2004

  1. Germany's Ecotax successful
  2. Environmental and Resource Costs in the Water Framework Directive: the Case of Germany
  3. Earth Observation Services help meet Reporting Requirements 
  4. Public Participation in Water Management in the Co-ordination area Havel - Publication
  5. The Environment in the Future European Constitution - Publication
  6. Evolving Climate Policies in Europe and the US: Oceans Apart?
  7. Peter Beyer new editor for Climate Change and Emissions Trading for the ZUR
  8. Korean Water Experts visit Berlin

Ecologic Newsletter No 20 - October 2004

  1. Kyoto and Beyond: Climate Change and Transatlantic Storms - Dinner Dialogue with Lee Lane
  2. Effects of the Ecological Tax Reform - Workshop
  3. How to strengthen the European Strategy for Sustainable Development - Publication
  4. On Top of a Melting World: the Impact of Climate Change on Indigenous People in the Arctic Region - Dinner Dialogue with John Crump 
  5. Public Policies for Changing the "European Way of Life" - Lecture by R. Andreas Kraemer
  6. The Dismantling of the German Federal Health Agency: A Case of (Failed) Institutional Precaution - Publication

Ecologic Newsletter No 19 - September 2004

  1. Producing and marketing sustainable goods  – Chances for small, medium-sized businesses and trade enterprises - Expert Dialogue
  2. Sustainable futures and leadership in business - Dinner Dialogue with Francisco Szekely
  3. Legal context for emissions trading completed
  4. Water uses and the protection of water bodies, steering mechanisms of environmental policy - Publication
  5. Yearbook Ecology 2005

Ecologic Newsletter Birthday Special No 18 - August 2004

Ecologic has something to celebrate: We enter our 10th year on 29 August 2004.

  1. EC Competence in International Environmental Treaties with regards to the OSPAR Convention - Publication
  2. New Directions in Global Environmental Governance - Dinner Dialogue with Maria H. Ivanova 
  3. The Draft Constitution for Europe and the Environment - Publication
  4. The Linking Directive - Can JI and CDM be safety valves for the European Emissions Trading System? - Climate Talk
  5. Differential Effects of Enlargement on EU Environmental Governance - Publication
  6. Heavily Modified Water Bodies - Synthesis of 34 Case Studies in Europe - Publication
  7. JEEPL - Journal for European Enviromental & Planning Law

Ecologic Newsletter No 17 - August 2004

  1. German Federal Cabinet resolves upon draft energy law
  2. Rules on the Grid Access in the European Union's liberalised electricity market - Dissertation
  3. Linking Transboundary River Management to Water Security: the Example of Flooding in Europe - Publication
  4. Screening methods for Water data Information in support of the Water Framework Directive (SWIFT-WFD)
  5. Potential not yet exhausted - Cost aspects of the European Water Framework Directive - Publication
  6. Launch of two new OekoWorld Mutual Investment Funds (Stocks and Bonds)

Ecologic Newsletter No 16 – July 2004

  1. Labour Unions’ contribution to sustainable consumption and production – UNEP Report
  2. We the peoples: Civil Society, the United Nations and Global Governance - Report
  3. Integrated Water Resource Management for Latin America and the Caribbean
  4. Agricultural Education and Fair Trade - A Path to Rural Development? - Dinner Dialogue with José Zaglul
  5. New Briefing Notes for the European Parliament Environment Committee
  6. Data Gathering for Emissions Trading in Germany - Publication

Ecologic Newsletter No 15 - June 2004

  1. Consumer Interests and Sustainable Development in International Law - Study online
  2. Cost-effective Combinations of Measures under the Water Framework Directive – Handbook published
  3. The German Water Sector: From Liberalisation to Modernisation – Presentation online
  4. Relationship between Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) and WTO Rules – Seminar Results
  5. Concerted Action on Trade and Environment (CAT+E) - Call for Papers
  6. Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns – Conference Summary online
  7. Municipalities as Innovation Centres for Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns – Expert Dialogue

Ecologic Newsletter No 14 - May 2004

  1. Side Event on Renewable Energies at the UN CSD-12
  2. Recommendations for 2004 of European Environmental Advisory Councils to the European Council Economic
  3. Instruments for Water Management - Publication of the Inter-American Development Bank
  4. EURATOM and the future EU Constitution - Article in the New Scientist magazine
  5. Global Warming and Implementation of the Kyoto Protocol - Dinner Dialogue with Prof. David A. Wirth
  6. Peter Kessler joins Ecologic as a Senior Policy Advisor

Ecologic Newsletter No 13 - April 2004

  1. Ecologic joins the IUCN
  2. Business game on Emissons Trading
  3. German Ministry of the Environment publishes brochure on the Aarhus Convention
  4. Ecologic joins the UN initiative Global Compact
  5. Conference "Dialogue on the National Strategy for Sustainable Development": results now online
  6. Land Use Planning and Management at the Local Level - Workshop Summary

Ecologic Newsletter No 12 - March 2004

  1. Heavily Modfied Water Bodies in the Danube River Basin – Workshop summary
  2. European Strategy for Soil Protection – Workshop announcement
  3. Relationship between Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) and WTO Rules – Seminar announcement
  4. Emission Trading in Germany – Publication by Simon Marr
  5. The Central Asia and Mongolia Bioresources and Biosecurity Network – Publication by Kirsten Neumann

Ecologic Newsletter No 11 - February 2004

  1. Employment versus Environmental Protection? Ecologic participates in Radio Broadcast
  2. Universal Membership in UNEP - Summary of Round Table
  3. Civil Society and UN Relationships - Summary of Consultation Meeting with Juan Mayr
  4. The German Water Sector under European Regulation?
  5. Public participation in the Havel coordination area (Berlin-Brandenburg)
  6. The Role of Tradable Permits in Water Pollution Control
  7. The Precautionary Principle in German Environmental Law
  8. Ecologic Brief: Applying EU Environmental Legislation

Ecologic Newsletter No 10 - January 2004

  1. Round Table on UNEP reform process
  2. Ecologic and IEEP consult the European Parliament Environment Committee
  3. Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns - National Dialogue after the WSSD
  4. Newsletter series on the Lille IV Conference
  5. The Economic Analysis according to the Water Framework Directive
  6. Selecting cost-effective sets of measures for the implementation of the Water Framework Directive
  7. 'Open Method of Co-ordination' in EU environmental policy
  8. "Greening the Chatham House Rule" - Richard Tarasofsky moves to the RIIA in London


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