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Optionen, Chancen und Rahmenbedingungen einer Marktöffnung für eine nachhaltige Wasserversorgung

It is the purpose of the study to examine the possible options for more competition. In this case, existing gaps and deficiencies in the regulative framework are to be exposed (highlighted) and recommendations were developed for shaping and expanding upon the framework in such a way that undesired side-effects can be avoided.Read more

Ökonomische Anforderungen der EU-Wasserrahmenrichtlinie

Analyse der relevanten Regelungen und erste Schritte zur Umsetzung
Interwies, Eduard and R. Andreas Kraemer 2001: Ökonomische Anforderungen der EU-Wasserrahmenrichtlinie. Analyse der relevanten Regelungen und erste Schritte zur Umsetzung. Bericht für das Umweltbundesamt. Berlin: Ecologic Institute.Read more

Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Wassermengenbewirtschaftung in Europa

Kraemer, R. Andreas 2001: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Wassermengenbewirtschaftung in Europa. in: Bruha, Thomas; Hans-Joachim Koch (eds.): Integrierte Gewässerpolitik in Europa. Gewässerschutz, Wassernutzung, Lebensraumschutz. [Forum Umweltrecht] Baden-Baden, 261-275 Read more

Praktische Erfahrungen im Rahmen von Pilotprojekten bei der Umsetzung der WRRL

Zusammenfassung der Ergebnisse des Fachgesprächs Bonn, 15./16. Februar 2001
Ecologic organised a workshop for the exchange of practical experiences with various pilot projects on implementing the Water Framework Directive in Germany. This included the programming, organisation and a written summary of the event.Read more

Water Framework Directive and Nature Conservation

January 2001 to June 2001
There are several direct links between the WFD and nature conservation directives such as the Habitats and the Birds Directives. It is however mainly the integrated approach of the WFD which constitutes the closest link between these two areas. Ecologic analysed these aspects of the WFD and prepared a background paper on that issue.Read more

Development of the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive (91/271/EEC)

Case Study for the Research Project: TEP: Technology and Environmental Policy
Hansen, Wenke; R. Andreas Kraemer 2000: Development of the Urban waste water treatment Directive (91/271/EEC). Case Study for the Research Project: TEP: Technology and Environmental Policy. Ecologic - Centre for International and European Environmental Research, Berlin.Read more

Development of Implementation Guidelines for the Economic Analysis According to the WFD in Germany

November 2000 to June 2001

In order to conduct the economic analysis according to the EU-Water Framework Directive by the 2004-deadline, the relevant content of the Directive had to be interpreted and made practicable. Ecologic analysed the relevant requirements for the German Environment Ministry, provided relevant input to the European WATECO-process and prepared a first draft of a guidance document for the practical implementation of the economic analysis in Germany.

According to the Water Framework Directive (WFD), EU member states are obliged to conduct an economic analysis of water use for every riverRead more


"IKARUS" Entwicklung einer integrierenden Konzeption zur Abwasserentsorgung und -reinigung Ungarns

Ecologic (ed.) 2000: "IKARUS" Entwicklung einer integrierenden Konzeption zur Abwasserentsorgung und -reinigung Ungarns. Tagungsband: Baden-Württembergisch-Ungarischer Workshop, Stuttgart, 6.-7. November 2000.Read more

Options, Chances and General Framework of Opening the Market for a Sustainable Water Supply

August 2000 to July 2001
Following on the heels of the liberalisation of the telephone, electricity and gas industries, there is intensive talk of the liberalisation of the water supply, too. According to economic theory, greater competitive pressure is supposed to induce innovations and to lower expenses, bring fresh capital into the industry and help consumers by providing a better, cheaper supply. But unfortunately this is generally not the case in a "real" liberalisation, which involves such other factors as competition to win end customers or competition "on the market", in which case the discussion concentrates more on the competition "for the market" between suppliers of operator services. Read more


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