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Consumer Interests and Sustainable Development in International Law

November 2002 to October 2003

Sustainable Consumption is one of the key factors on the way to Sustainable Develoment. So far, the implementation of suatinable consumption lacks legally binding international obligations. This study therefore identifies whether and to what extend existing international agreements or organisations could serve as a tool to implement aspects of sustainable development. In addition, the study offers recommendations how further policy integration in the field of sustainable consumption can be achieved. Particular emphasis is placed on international trade law.

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Nachhaltige Entwicklung und Integration der Umweltpolitiken in Frankreich und Deutschland

Welche besonderen Beziehungen wollen wir knüpfen?
Kraemer, R. Andreas 2002: Nachhaltige Entwicklung und Integration der Umweltpolitiken in Frankreich und Deutschland. Welche besonderen Beziehungen wollen wir knüpfen? Ecologic, Berlin.Read more

Eco-Management as a Tool for Sustainable Development

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26 June 2002 to 27 June 2002
Brussels
Belgium

The EU Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) is a management tool for companies and other organisations to evaluate, report and improve their environmental performance. To further promote the scheme, the European Commission's Directorate General Environment asked Ecologic and the Institute for Ecological Economy Research (IÖW) to prepare a Conference as an important step in the promotion and development of EMAS....Read more

International Environmental Policymaking

Transatlantic Cooperation and the World Summit on Sustainable Development
Transatlantic co-operation is crucial in advancing international environmental policy-making. A new book on international environmental policy-making and transatlantic co-operation addresses this subject. The book documents the papers and discussion of an international expert workshop held in the run-up to the World Summit on Sustainable Development.


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Implementation of the Agenda 21

September 2001 to May 2002
What has be done to promote a sustainable development within the European Union? What kind of policy approaches or initiatives have been developed at the European level in order to implement in a comprehensive way the objectives of Agenda 21? On behalf of the European Commission- DG Environment, IEEP - in association with Ecologic - has been commissioned to carry out the EU's implementation report. The draft report responds to all 40 chapters of Agenda 21 outlining a general assessment of the state of EU implementation as regards the objectives of the Agenda 21 as well as constraints, major challenges and recommendations for additional measures that could be taken at EC and international level to support further progress. Read more

International Environmental Policymaking and Transatlantic Co-operation

Setting the Agenda for the World Summit on Sustainable Development
Buck, Matthias; Kelly Kollman and Alexander Carius 2001: International Environmental Policymaking and Transatlantic Co-operation. Setting the Agenda for the World Summit on Sustainable Development. [Ecologic Briefs on International Relations and Sustainable Development]. Berlin: ecoscript.Read more

International Environmental Policymaking and Transatlantic Co-operation

Setting the Agenda for the World Summit on Sustainable Development
Transatlantic co-operation between the US and EU Member States has an important role to play in the system of international environmental policymaking. Greater transatlantic leadership coupled with extensive consultation of developing countries would greatly enhance policymaking capacities in the system of international environmental governance.


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Trade, Societies and Sustainable Development (SUSTRA)

May 2001 to December 2004

In cooperation with the European SUSTRA-Network Ecologic analyses the relationship between trade, environment and sustainable development. As a part of the project, Ecologic convened an international workshop on the architecture of global governance of trade and sustainable development which focussed on the global institutional set-up, the relationship between multilateral environmental agreements and WTO rules as well as the role of non-State actors in the international fora. The results of the workshop were summarised and published in a policy brief.

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