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The Central Asia and Mongolia Bioresources and Biosecurity Network

Capacity Development on Access to Genetic Resources, Benefit–Sharing, and Biosafety in Central Asia and Mongolia
This policy report seeks to give an overview of the current state of biodiversity and relevant law, and policy in Central Asia and Mongolia. It elaborates the international and national legal basis for access to genetic resources and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits derived from their utilization, as well as for the protection of traditional knowledge. Read more

International Comparison of Water Management

The results of the study "International Comparison of Water Management" have been published in five volumes by the Austrian Federal Chamber of Labour and the Austrian Association of Cities. The synthesis and conclusion of the study, which provides a systematic comparison against European and economic background, is now also available in English. Read more

Information Exchange and Observer Status: The World Trade Organisation and Multilateral Environmental Agreements

Paragraph 31 (ii) of the Doha Ministerial Declaration
A report by Prof. Konrad von Moltke on the state of WTO-negotiations on paragraph 31 (ii) Doha Development Agenda (Information Exchange between MEAs and the WTO and Observer Status of MEA-Secretariats in relevant WTO Committees) has now been published. The report was presented by Matthias Buck (policy advisor of Ecologic) at the EU-China-Dialogue on Trade and Environment, 24-25 July 2003 in Dalian, China.Read more

Economic Instruments for Water Management

Experiences from Europe and Implications for Latin America and the Caribbean
This publication provides practical examples of experience with economic instruments in water management mainly in European and other OECD countries. It assists in identifying appropriate instruments for the Latin American and Caribbean context and demonstrates the constraints and impediments to their introduction. Read more

Public Participation in River Basin Management in Germany

"From borders to natural boundaries"
Ecologic Institute compiled the national study for Germany, which focused on the Rhine and Elbe basins and mainly analyzed the origins and past experiences of public participation approaches in water management. The study is available for download.Read more

Economic Analysis According to the WFD: Status of Implementation - an International Exchange of Experience

Interwies, Eduard; Britta Pielen und Pierre Strosser 2003: The Economic Analysis according to the Water Framework Directive in the Danube River Basin. A Cross-Country Assessment of Implementation Capacities and Priority Gaps. Ecologic, Berlin.Read more

The Use of Environmental and Social Criteria in Export Credit Agencies' Practices

Export Credit Agencies’ Environmental Guidelines with Reference to the World Commission on Dams
This study surveys the environmental guidelines of eight OECD member states' export credit agencies. Special emphasis was given to the support of large dams; in this context, the study evaluates to what extent the recommendations made by the World Commission on Dams are reflected in the environmental and social guidelines.Read more


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