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Research, Development and Water Management Systems in the Context of Sustainable Development

July 1996 to December 1998
In this project Ecologic analysed the connection between water management systems and national innovation systems with regard to sustainable development. To this end, an international research group (Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy) was formed. Ecologic's part was to look into the German system and mechanisms, and to contribute to the international comparison.Read more
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Towards Sustainable European Water Management (Water 21)

June 1996 to December 1998
The main objective of this project was to evaluate how practices in water management in EU Member States deviate from the principles of sustainable development and to identify changes and shifts in water policy that could lead to water management practices more compatible with the goal of sustainable water management.Read more
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Comparison of Drinking Water Prices

February 1996 to March 1998
Water prices have become the topic of an often heated political debate in many European countries. Rising prices increasingly call into question the costly measures to protect consumers, health and the environment. Against this background international comparisons of water prices have been attracting more and more media and political attention.Read more
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Institutional Mechanisms for Water Management in the Context of European Environmental Policies

Germany
Kraemer, R. Andreas; Frank Jäger 1995: EUROWATER - Germany - Institutional Mechanisms for Water Management in the Context of European Environmental Policies. Ecologic - Gesellschaft für Internationale und Europäische Umweltforschung, Berlin.Read more
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Networks of Cooperation: Water Policy in Germany

German water policy-making, analysed in this article by Wolfgang Rüdig and R. Andreas Kraemer of Ecologic Institute, defies easy categorisation. Policy processes are highly complex, fragmented, and diverse. In the areas of drinking water supply and water pollution, the most important feature is the enormous importance of regional and local government in both policy formulation and implementation.Read more

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