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Sustainable Soil Protection in Germany

January 1999 to March 2000

Aiming at the generation of a concrete concept of sustainable soil protection, the analysis of the current situation of soil protection and the development of options for further actions to be taken in the field of soil protection policy in Germany, this project elaborates a set of criteria and principles for sustainable soil use.

The objective of this study is to develop a precise concept of sustainable soil protection, to analyse the current situation of soil protection and to develop options for further actions to be taken in the field of soil protection policy in Germany. For theRead more

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Green Investment - Market Transparency and Consumer Information

September 1998 to November 1998
The impact of financial services on the environment has been attracting increasing attention for quite some time now. The area of the so called Green Investment, meaning the combination of pecuniary reward with ecological concerns, plays an especially prominent role. Following the steady growth of this market share, the issue of market transparency has become one of the major concerns for the near future. Read more

Responding to Environmental Conflicts: Implications for Theory and Practice

January 1998 to December 2002

In January 1999, Ecologic conducted the workshop on "Responding to Environmental Conflicts: Implications for Theory and Practice". The aim was to discuss how to prevent environmental conflicts using approaches in different policy fields. In particular, non-governmental ways to tackle the complex dynamics of this type of conflict were considered.

From 21-23 January 1999, Ecologic Institute directed in collaboration with the Zrínyi Miklós University of National Defence in Budapest, Hungary, a NATO Advance Research Workshop (ARW) entitled "Responding toRead more

The Kyoto Protocol

November 1997 to January 1999
After protracted negotiations involving the highest political levels, the Kyoto Protocol to protect the global climate was adopted in 1997. Not only does it set, for the first time ever, quantitative limits for the emissions of greenhouse gases by industrialised countries, but it also introduced a number of complex and innovative mechanisms. In the project report that was published as a book, the negotiations and their result are analysed in detail. Read more
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EU Policies and Measures on Climate Change

September 1997 to January 1998

In the 1997 Kyoto Protocol to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, the EU and its member states committed to an 8% reduction of their greenhouse gas emissions by 2008-2012 compared to 1990. This project investigated the effects of EU regulations and activities that had been implemented or planned by 1998 on the greenhouse gas emissions of the Union.

The study identifies the main fields of political activities of the EU that have an impact on the emissions of greenhouse gases, names the regulations (Directives, Regulations, Decisions) and programmes adopted and planned inRead more

Sustainability Indicators for International Institutions

September 1997 to October 1997

Since the 1990s, there has been a lively debate on which indicators should best be employed to measure and assess sustainability. Varying indicators are suitable for different thematic areas. In this project, indicators for the sustainability of international institutions were assessed and further developed.

Established in 1992, the Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) over several years developed a list of indicators that could be employed in order to describe and assess comprehensively the situation inRead more

Risks of Anthropogenic Environmental Changes for International Security

July 1997 to March 1999

The risks and consequences of the anthropogenic environmental impact for international security are analyzed and evaluated by Ecologic in this project.

In the course of the NATO/CCMS Pilot Study "Environment and Security in an International Context" initiated by Germany, Ecologic analyzes and evaluates the risks and consequences of the anthropogenic environmental impact for international security and in addition proposes alternatives for international security policy. The study focuses on the evaluation of the consequences of the greenhouse effect -Read more

Structures, Policy Instruments and Key Stakeholders in Tourism and Environment

December 1996 to May 1997

Over the past few years environment and tourism has evolved into an issue of importance. As increasing environmental problems result from tourist activities, efforts to confront the issue are becoming more diverse and intense. This is mainly the outcome of the growing understanding that a sound environment sets the basis for any succesful tourism policy.

The Office of Technology Assessment at the German Parliament (TAB) is addressing this issue in its project "Development and consequences of tourism". A firstRead more

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Implementation of the Montreal Protocol: Analysis of Production and Consumption Data

December 1996 to December 1997
Effective implementation of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer can only be achieved if a sound informational basis concerning the current status of the phase out of ozone-depleting substances (ODS) exists. Information on production and consumption of ODS is submitted to the Ozone Secretariat in Nairobi by the Parties to the Montreal Protocol.Read more
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Research, Development and Water Management Systems in the Context of Sustainable Development

July 1996 to December 1998
In this project Ecologic analysed the connection between water management systems and national innovation systems with regard to sustainable development. To this end, an international research group (Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy) was formed. Ecologic's part was to look into the German system and mechanisms, and to contribute to the international comparison.Read more
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Towards Sustainable European Water Management (Water 21)

June 1996 to December 1998
The main objective of this project was to evaluate how practices in water management in EU Member States deviate from the principles of sustainable development and to identify changes and shifts in water policy that could lead to water management practices more compatible with the goal of sustainable water management.Read more

Trends in the European Environmental Policy

May 1996 to November 1996
Europe and the European Union are facing profound changes and the importance of environmental policy is growing. In response to this, Daimler-Benz Research & Technology has asked Ecologic to prepare a report on trends in European environmental policy.Read more

The Effectiveness of Instruments for Environmental Policies in the Field of Industry: Regulation Packaging and Transport of Hazardous Waste

May 1996 to May 1998
The number of EU directives and regulations that shape the environmental policy of the Member States has increased substantially over the last decades. At the same time it has become evident that in many areas implementation of the European guidelines has occurred only in an insufficient manner and that the effectiveness is limited. Read more
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Comparison of Drinking Water Prices

February 1996 to March 1998
Water prices have become the topic of an often heated political debate in many European countries. Rising prices increasingly call into question the costly measures to protect consumers, health and the environment. Against this background international comparisons of water prices have been attracting more and more media and political attention.Read more

Oekom Research – Development of Criteria and Indicators for Country Ratings for Sustainable Investment

October 1995

oekom research AG is one of the world's leading providers of information on the social and environmental performance of companies, sectors and countries. The scientifically based rating system for the assessment of countries and their public policies is being constantly updated with the support of an independent advisory board, co-chaired by R. Andreas Kraemer of Ecologic.

The comparatively greater security that bonds offer is making them a popular form of investment, especially among risk-conscious investors. Where bond issuers are also rated as progressive in terms ofRead more

Oekom Research – Development of Criteria for Company Ratings for Sustainable Investment

October 1995
Oekom research AG is one of the world's leading providers of information on the social and environmental performance of companies, sectors and countries. The scientifically based rating system for the assessment of businesses and their products, processes, services and business models is being constantly updated with the support of an independent advisory board, co-chaired by R. Andreas Kraemer of Ecologic. Read more

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