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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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The Role of Financial Institutions in Achieving Sustainable Development

The aim of this report is to explore the role of European financial institutions in sustainable development, and especially to understand how financial institutions can contribute to sustainable development. It also identifies measures which could best help focus financial institutions more positively and actively on the environment. Ecologic was responsible for conducting interviews with a wide range of individuals in financial institutions, industry, NGOs, and government organisations, both in the EU and outside.Read more

Submissions to UNCTAD on International Investment Regime

As a contribution to the ongoing discussion on the reform of the international in-vestment regime, members of the Ecologic legal team submitted two briefs to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). UNCTAD is a UN organisation dealing with developing countries and their role in international trade and investment. Both briefs are available for download.

Draft model international investment agreements for sustainable development

International investment agreements and arbitration have significant roles for sustainable development. However, there is wide scepticism about the approach currently reflected in the existing agreements. Konrad von Moltke, Partner at Ecologic, together with colleagues at the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), developed a Model Agreement on Investment.

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