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Die umweltpolitische Dimension der Osterweiterung der Europäischen Union

Carius, Alexander; Ingmar von Homeyer; Stefani Bär and R. Andreas Kraemer 2000: Die umweltpolitische Dimension der Osterweiterung der Europäischen Union. [Materialien zur Umweltforschung 34]. Stuttgart: Metzler-Poeschel.Read more
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A Nice Environment for Enlargement?

An Analysis of the Treaty of Nice and its Effects on the Environmental Policy of the European Union with a Special View to Enlargement
Bär, Stefani; Ingmar von Homeyer; Anneke Klasing et. al. 2001: A Nice Environment for Enlargement? An Analysis of the Treaty of Nice and its Effects on the Environmental Policy of the European Union with a Special View to Enlargement. Berlin.Read more

Rencontre Franco-Allemande/ Deutsch-Französisches Treffen

Nachhaltige Entwicklung und Integration des Umweltschutzes in allen Politiksektoren
Kraemer, R. Andreas; Anne-Gabrielle Mazurek; Alexandra Hähnel 2000: Rencontre Franco-Allemande/ Deutsch-Französisches Treffen.Développement durable et intégration des considérations environnementales à l'ensemble des secteurs politiques. Nachhaltige Entwicklung und Integration des Umweltschutzes in allen Politiksektoren. Ecologic, Berlin.Read more
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The Implementation of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer in the European Union

Ecologic provided an overview of the state of implementation of the Montreal Protocol by assembling 15 case studies on the efforts of various EU Member States in implementing measures. The case studies focused on three aspects: planned phase-out scenarios and measures, legislation and policy instruments used to ensure implementation, and controlling instruments that provide an understanding of the actual extent of implementation.Read more
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Umweltpolitische Anforderungen an den Beitritt ausgewählter Staaten Mittel- und Osteuropas zur Europäischen Union

The Eastern enlargement of the EU poses major challenges for German and European environmental policy. On the one hand, the process of political and economic transformation in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe offers a unique opportunity to substantially improve the state of the environment in the whole of Europe. On the other hand, there is a serious risk that the level of environmental protection will suffer - perhaps even that which has already been achieved so far will be undone - if an 'environmentally friendly' political strategy of Eastern enlargement should fail.Read more

Instruments and Options for Environmental Policy during the Accession Process of EU Associated Countries in the Area of Environment and Energy (Czech Republic)

This study identifies EU accession requirements for the Accession Countries in the area of the environment and energy, and the relevant specific circumstances in each of the five countries (Estonia, Poland, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Hungary). Based on the respective findings, it is possible to draw conclusions with respect to co-operation at the EU, intergovernmental and company level.Read more

Instruments and Options for Environmental Policy during the Accession Process of EU Associated Countries in the Area of Environment and Energy (Estonia)

This study identifies EU accession requirements for the Accession Countries in the area of the environment and energy, and the relevant specific circumstances in each of the five countries (Estonia, Poland, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Hungary). Based on the respective findings, it is possible to draw conclusions with respect to co-operation at the EU, intergovernmental and company level.Read more

Instruments and Options for Environmental Policy during the Accession Process of EU Associated Countries in the Area of Environment and Energy (Hungary)

This study identifies EU accession requirements for the Accession Countries in the area of the environment and energy, and the relevant specific circumstances in each of the five countries (Estonia, Poland, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Hungary). Based on the respective findings, it is possible to draw conclusions with respect to co-operation at the EU, intergovernmental and company level.Read more

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