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EU Environmental Governance: A Benchmark of Policy Instruments

EU Environmental Governance: A Benchmark of Policy Instruments

With a focus on Agriculture, Energy and Transport

Kraemer, R. Andreas; Anneke Klasing; David G. Wilkinson et al. 2002: EU Environmental Governance: A Benchmark of Policy Instruments. Ecologic/Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP), Berlin.


Zitiervorschlag

Kraemer, R. Andreas; Anneke Klasing; David G. Wilkinson et al. 2002: EU Environmental Governance: A Benchmark of Policy Instruments. Ecologic/Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP), Berlin.

Sprache
Englisch
Autor(en)
David G. Wilkinson (IEEP)
Jahr
2002
Umfang
96 S.
Projektnummer
1909
Inhaltsverzeichnis

1 Preface
2 Executive Summary
2.1 Background, Purpose and Scope of this Study Report
2.2 Overall Objectives and Policy Approaches
2.3 Institutional Structures and Procedures
2.4 Policy Dimensions and Policy Instruments
2.5 Sector Policies and Environmental Policy Integration
3 Introduction
3.1 Background: Conclusions of the Council (Environment) of December 2001
3.2 Purpose and Scope of the Belgian Presidency (in office from July to December 2001) Study
4 Baseline: EU Environmental Policy and Governance in 2001
4.1 Traditional Environmental Policy
4.2 Sixth Environment Action Programme
4.3 Cardiff Process
4.3.1 Common Agricultural Policy
4.3.2 Energy Policy and Climate
4.3.3 Transport and Mobility
4.3.4 Internal Market
4.3.5 Cohesion Policy
4.4 Sustainable Development Strategy
4.5 Reform of the Council of Ministers
4.5.1 The European Council
4.5.2 Co-ordinating the work of sectoral Councils
4.5.3 The EU Presidency
5 Benchmarking
5.1 Processes with impact on EU Environmental Policy
5.1.1 The Lisbon Process
5.1.2 The White Paper on Governance: A Europe Close to its Citizens
5.1.3 The Convention on the Future of Europe
5.1.4 Enhanced Co-operation
5.2 Structures for EU Environmental Policy
5.3 Policy Coherence and Consistency
5.4 Effectiveness of Environmental Policy and its Implementation
5.5 Environmental Policy Integration (EPI) in the Sectors
5.5.1 Energy Policy
5.5.2 Common Agricultural Policy
5.5.3 Common Transport Policy
5.5.4 Internal Market
5.5.5 Cohesion Policy
5.6 External Aspects and Enlargement
5.6.1 Enlargement
5.6.2 External Aspects
6 Basis for Better Environmental Governance
6.1 Enhancing Environmental Content in Processes with impact on EU Environmental Policy
6.1.1 Lisbon Process
6.1.2 The White Paper on Governance: A Europe closer to its citizens
6.1.3 The Convention on the Future of Europe
6.1.4 Enhanced Co-operation
6.2 Strengthening Overall Structures for EU Environmental Policy
6.3 Ensuring Policy Coherence, and Consistency
6.4 Increasing the Effectiveness of Environmental Policy and its Implementation
6.5 Enhancing Environmental Policy Integration (EPI) in the Sectors
6.5.1 What can be Done in the Sectors?
6.5.2 What can be Done with Instruments and Cross-Cutting Issues
6.5.3 What can be Done in the Member States?
6.6 External Aspects and Enlargement
6.6.1 Enlargement
6.6.2 External Aspects
6.7 Sustainability Impact Assessment
6.7.1 Incorporation of SIA within an integrated EU impact assessment system
6.7.2 The principle of introducing SIA at EU level
6.7.3 SIAs in practice
7 Conclusions and Recommendations
7.1 Overal Objectives and Policy Approaches
7.2 Institutional Structures,and Innovative Procedures
7.3 Policy Instruments: Diversity and Appropriate Combinations; Policy Dimensions
7.4 Environmental Policy Integration, the main Sectors & Cross-Cutting Issues
8 Annexes
8.1 Environmental Policy Instruments Compendium
8.2 Glossary
8.3 Comparative Table : 6th EAP and Integration strategies (Cardiff)
8.4 Bibliography
8.5 Abbreviations