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DYNamic policy MIXes for absolute decoupling of environmental impact of EU resource use from economic growth (DYNAMIX)

The EU research project DYNAMIX identified dynamic and robust policy mixes that support absolute decoupling of the EU's resource use and associated environmental impacts from economic activities. Ecologic Institute created a website for the DYNAMIX project. The website serves as a platform to present the project's initiatives, structure, partners, events and results.Read more

Combining Policy Instruments to Achieve Europe's 2050 Climate Targets (CECILIA2050)

The CECILIA2050 project makes recommendations on how a suitable mix of instruments could be used to enable the EU to meet the 2050 greenhouse gas emission targets adopted by EU leaders in 2009. The project website was designed and programmed by Ecologic Institute and serves as a platform where publications, news and events are shared. The internal area gives research partners access to drafts, discussions and partners' contact data.Read more

REstoring rivers FOR effective catchment Management (REFORM)

The REFORM project provides tools to support cost-effective implementation of river restoration measures and monitoring. The Ecologic Institute is responsible for concept, design, programming and content of the project website which aims to be the central platform for collaborative writing. The internal area provides access to drafts, discussions and a list of all partners working on that project. The website also offers a feedback forum where visitors may respond to activities and discussion meetings. Furthermore the website offers an overview and detailed fact sheets about study sites with an interactive map displaying the locations. All results, news and events related to the project can be found on the website.Read more

EUREAPA Tool Launched

The One Planet Economy Network: EU (OPEN:EU) project concluded at the end of 2011 with the launch of the EUREAPA tool. EUREAPA (EU Resource and Energy Analysis Programme Application) is a freely available online decision making support tool based on the integration of the Footprint Family of indicators with an economic model which enables users to demonstrate the impact of EU consumption and production on the environment.Read more


EcoScholars is an initiative of international scholars hosted by the Ecologic Institute. It is a discussion and networking group located in Berlin. Its members are international researchers, scholars, fellows, and professionals who are involved in climate change, energy, sustainability, and other related environmental fields. Ecologic Institute created a website which provides information about the EcoScholars network and its events. It provides a tool for users to subscribe to the EcoScholars mailing list.Read more

Arctic Summer College

The Arctic Summer College builds a policy-oriented network of Arctic professionals from different disciplines and regions to share and discuss ideas with expert speakers via online webinars. The Arctic Summer College Website was realised by Ecologic Institute as an informational backbone of the network. Users can access the blog for news as well as refer to the archived webinar sessions.Read more

mountain.WOCUR - Wiki On Communicating Useful Research

EU researchers across an array of projects have produced valuable findings on change, adaptation and development strategies for European mountain regions in recent years. Yet, they often lack resources and experience for disseminating their results to practitioners. This collaborative webplatform, created by Ecologic Institute as part of the mountain.TRIP project, provides scientists with an expandable and user-friendly database of knowledge on communicating research results to practitioners.Read more

Regional Adaptation Strategies for the German Baltic Sea Coast (RADOST)

The RADOST project aims at strengthening the adaptive capacity of the German Baltic Sea coastal region towards climate change by fostering the dialogue between science, industry, government and civil society. The Ecologic Institute coordinates this project and is responsible for the design, creation and maintenance of the project's website. In addition to providing information about the project, the website offers a newsletter, a forum and a press section. An extensive internal website area serves the networking of partners and the project management. It contains a document management system, photo galleries, decision-making tools and a joint calendar.Read more


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