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Effluent Charging Systems in the EU Member States

May 2000 to March 2001
The Directorate General for Research of the European Parliament (EP) launched - on request of the Committee of the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection - an external study on "Effluent Charging Systems in the EU Member States". This study focusses on economic instruments for regulating direct discharges of effluents into natural waters.Read more
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Support of the Working Group on Heavily Modified Water Bodies of the Water Framework Directive Common Implementation Strategy

February 2000 to September 2003
As part of the EU Water Framework Directive Common Implementation Strategy (EU WFD CIS), a working group was established to develop European guidance on the process of identification and designation of Heavily Modified & Artificial Water Bodies (HMWB & AWB). Ecologic has provided scientific, technical and conceptual support to the CIS Working Group on HMWB (WG 2.2). Read more
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National Case Study on Policy Networks and the Implementation of the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive 91/271/EEC in Germany

Hansen, Wenke; Walter Kahlenborn; R. Andreas Kraemer 2000: National Case Study on Policy Networks and the Implementation of the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive 91/271/EEC in Germany. Technology and Environmental Policy. European Commission Framework Programme IV (1994-1998). Environment and Climate Programme of DG XII. Ecologic - Centre for International and European Environmental Research, Berlin.Read more

Tradeable Permits in Water Resource Management and Water Pollution Control

Kraemer, R. Andreas and Kai M. Banholzer 1999: "Tradeable Permits in Water Resource Management and Water Pollution Control", in: OECD (Hg.): Implementing Domestic Tradable Permitsfor Environmental Protection. Paris: OECD, 75-107.Read more
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R & D and Water Management Systems in a Perspective of Sustainable Development

(Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy)
1999: R & D and Water Management Systems in a Perspective of Sustainable Development. (Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy). INGU / Economie et Humanisme / Ecologic / Leeds Metropolitan University / CUDEM / Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi / IEFE / ASP.Read more

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