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Liberalisierungsbedarf?

In the magazine of the Hans Böckler Foundation, R. Andreas Kraemer, Wenke Hansen, and Eduard Interviews provide insights into the so-called "Ewers-Gutachten," an expert report released by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology. This report—which was supported by R. Andreas Kraemer—deals with options, opportunities, and preconditions of a deregulated, more sustainable water management system.Read more

Techniques for Evaluation of Sustainability Assessment Tools (Sustainability A-Test)

March 2004 to August 2006

In the course of the 6th Framework Programme, Ecologic participated in the "Sustainability A-Test" project. Coordinated by our Dutch network partner IVM, 18 research institutes from 9 different countries compared different policy appraisal and evaluation tools, in order to assess the contribution of policy initiatives to a sustainable development. In this project, Ecologic focused on monetary assessment tools as well as on Sustainability Impact Assessments.

To realize progress towards the ambitions on Sustainable Development, the EU and other actors should set wiseRead more

The European Constitution

An Evaluation from an Environmental Perspective
This Ecologic Brief is a part of the project EcoFuturum "Europe's Democratic Challenge: Actively Shaping European Environmental Policy". It is part of a series of contributions to the European consitutional debates, and Ecologic thus continues its tradition of work on "Greening the Treaties".Read more

Die Zukunft bleibt ungewiss

Perspektiven der Ökologischen Steuerreform nach 2003
In the article "Die Zukunft bleibt ungewiss" published in "Politische Ökologie," R. Andreas Kraemer, Director of Ecologic Institute, Daniel Blobel, and Eduard Interwies (both also of Ecologic Institute) discuss the future prospects of the German eco-tax. The authors are of the opinion that an abolition of the tax is not very probable, but neither are the necessary reforms.Read more

European Forum for Integrated Environmental Assessment (EFIEA)

April 2002 to March 2005

The EFIEA network aims to improve the practice of Integrated Environmental Assessment in Europe, and to build bridges between science and policy. It involves institutions, individual researchers and policymakers representing a variety of disciplines and countries. Ecologic staff have contributed to several EFIEA workshops; in addition, Ecologic supports the organisation of the EFIEA final conference in Berlin.

The idea of the European Forum on Integrated Environmental Assessment (EFIEA) developed through debates at workshops and meetings initiated and held in Brussels. The EFIEA wasRead more

Bewertung des Global Assessment des Fünften Umweltaktionsprogramms und Vorschläge für die künftige Strategie

Kraemer, R. Andreas; Anne-Gabrielle Mazurek: Bewertung des Global Assessment des Fünften Umweltaktionsprogramms und Vorschläge für die künftige Strategie. Bericht an das Umweltbundesamt und das Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit. Read more

Fortentwicklung der EU-Umweltpolitik

Elemente für eine Nachhaltigkeitsstrategie für die Jahre 2000 bis 2010 unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Integration von Umwelterfordernissen in die anderen Gemeinschaftspolitiken
Kraemer, R. Andreas 2001: Fortentwicklung der EU-Umweltpolitik - Elemente für eine Nachhaltigkeitsstrategie für die Jahre 2000 bis 2010 unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Integration von Umwelterfordernissen in die anderen Gemeinschaftspolitiken. Ecologic, Institut für internationale und europäische Umweltpolitik, Berlin.Read more

The Eastern Enlargement of the European Union and Environmental Policy

Challenges, Expectations, Speeds and Flexibility
This paper, presented during the Sixth Biennial International Conference of the European Community Studies Association in 1999, examines the implications of the planned EU enlargement for European environmental policy.


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Assessing the 5th Environmental Action Programme and the Cardiff Process

January 2000 to December 2000

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.

In the course of the project two studies are produced to evaluate the GlobalRead more

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