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Legal Implementation of User Charges for Global Environmental Goods

November 2004 to July 2005
International airspace and the high seas are global environmental goods with traditionally unrestricted access. The ensuing environmental impact can be addressed through user charges for air- and sea-traffic. This project assessed the legal conditions for the application of such charges in international, European Community and domestic law. A preliminary summary of the legal survey is now available in the internet. A strategy paper on a air ticket tax is also available for download. Read more

Tourismus- und Umweltpolitik. Ein politisches Spannungsfeld

Beiträge zur Internationalen und Europäischen Umweltpolitik
Ever since tourism became a huge money making industry, it has presenting both an growing problem and a unique opportunity for the environment. The modern tourist is concerned with preserving nature, but at the same time also affects it in multiple ways. How does German tourism policy and the tourism industry react to this dilemma? How do the different environmental policy actors behave?

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Umweltschutz und Tourismus

Deutsche Tourismusaußenpolitik zwischen GATS und CSD
The strain placed on the environment by the tourism industry has grown drastically from year to year. At the same time, however, efforts have also been increasing at national and international levels to reduce this negative impact. In view of the significance of cross-border tourism, such efforts can only be successful within the framework of international co-operation.

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British-German Environment Forum 2001

5 July 2001 to 6 July 2001

The British-German Environment Forum (BGEF) 2001 was organized by Ecologic. It took place in Berlin, on 5 and 6 July 2001, and addressed the issue of transport and the environment.

The aim of the conference entitled "Escaping from Gridlock" was to identify best practices in each country. The conference focused on the German and British key ideas in transport policy that...Read more

Structures, Policy Instruments and Key Stakeholders in Tourism and Environment

December 1996 to May 1997

Over the past few years environment and tourism has evolved into an issue of importance. As increasing environmental problems result from tourist activities, efforts to confront the issue are becoming more diverse and intense. This is mainly the outcome of the growing understanding that a sound environment sets the basis for any succesful tourism policy.

The Office of Technology Assessment at the German Parliament (TAB) is addressing this issue in its project "Development and consequences of tourism". A firstRead more


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