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OekoTrend Stocks Europe Ethical Investment Fund for European Blue Chip Shares

April 2004
OekoTrend Stocks Europe is a mutual fund or investment trust investing exclusively in European blue-chip shares in the Dow Jones Euro STOXX 50 Index®. Companies with a high degree of ecological and social corporate responsibility are given priority and weighted higher. Futures contracts and stock options are used as insurance at time of falling stock markets. Read more

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

Expert Meetings on BREF "Waste Treatment Industries"

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15 April 2003
25 July 2003
5 March 2004
Berlin
Germany
As part of implementing the Directive on Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC-Directive), the Best Available Techniques (BAT) for waste treatment industries were identified in a European-wide process and described in the BAT REFerence document (BREF) "waste treatment industries".Read more

Incineration as Recovery and Disposal of Waste

Analysis and interpretation of the judgements of the European Court of Justice C-458/00 and C-228/00
Hansen, Wenke and Peter Beyer 2003: Incineration as recovery and disposal of waste: Analysis and interpretation of the judgements of the European Court of Justice C-458/00 and C-228/00. IEEP/Ecologic.Read more

Expert Meetings on BREF "Waste Treatment Industries"

TimeLoc
15 April 2003
25 July 2003
5 March 2004
Berlin
Germany
As part of implementing the Directive on Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC-Directive), the Best Available Techniques (BAT) for waste treatment industries were identified in a European-wide process and described in the BAT REFerence document (BREF) "waste treatment industries".Read more

Expert Meetings on BREF "Waste Treatment Industries"

TimeLoc
15 April 2003
25 July 2003
5 March 2004
Berlin
Germany
As part of implementing the Directive on Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC-Directive), the Best Available Techniques (BAT) for waste treatment industries were identified in a European-wide process and described in the BAT REFerence document (BREF) "waste treatment industries".Read more

Future Strategy of Municipal Waste Management (Goal 2020)

April 2003 to November 2004
The disposal of residual household waste in landfills above ground level can be avoided. This is the outcome of seven scenarios that have been set up in the study entitled "A Future Strategy for Municipal Waste Management (Goal 2020)". Commissioned by the German Federal Environmental Agency, the study was supposed to yield a technical basis for a strategy establishing the entire and ecologically sound recycling of municipal waste (goal 2020).Read more

Global Review of Economic Instruments for Water Management in Latin America

Regional Policy Dialogue
Kraemer, R. Andreas; Britta Pielen; Anna Leipprand 2003: Global Review of Economic Instruments for Water Management in Latin America. Regional Policy Dialogue. Environment Network. II Meeting: The Application of Economic Instruments in Water and Solid Waste Management. Washington D.C. 11-12 February 2003.Read more

State of the Art of Waste Treatment Facilities

February 2003 to November 2004

As part of the implementation of the IPPC Directive the Best Available Techniques (BAT) for waste treatment, industries are being identified and described in the BAT REFerence document (BREF) "waste treatment industries". Ecologic is compiling the best available techniques of selected waste treatment facilities relevant to Germany.

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Tradeable Permits in Water Resource Protection and Management

A Review of Experience and Lessons Learned
Kraemer, R. Andreas; Eduard Interwies and Eleftheria Kampa 2002: "Tradeable Permits in Waterresource Protection and Management - A Review of Experience and Lessons Learned", in: OECD (ed.): Implementing Domestic Tradable Permits: Recent Developments and Future Challenges. Paris: OECD, 227-268.Read more

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