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Conclusions of the Second Joint Technical Seminar of the Environment Agency for England and Wales and the Landerarbeitsgemeinschaft Wasser (LAWA) on Approaches to River Basin Management

Kraemer, R. Andreas; Stefani Bär 1997: Conclusions of the Second Joint Technical Seminar of the Environment Agency for England and Wales and the Landerarbeitsgemeinschaft Wasser (LAWA) on approaches to river basin management. Ecologic - Institute for International and European Environmental Policy, Berlin.Read more
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Die Grüne Agenda im Europa der 15

Die Auswirkungen des EU-Beitritts von Schweden, Finnland und Österreich auf die Umweltpolitik in Europa
Kraack, Michael 1997: Die Grüne Agenda im Europa der 15. Die Auswirkungen des EU-Beitritts von Schweden, Finnland und Österreich auf die Umweltpolitik in Europa. Ecologic: Berlin.Read more
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Sustainable Water Management in Germany?

An Overview for the International Symposium 'SustainabIe Water Management' Bonn, 8-9 October 1996
Kraemer, R. Andreas; Walter Kahlenborn 1996: Sustainable Water Management in Germany. An Overview for the International Symposium 'SustainabIe Water Management' Bonn, 8-9 October 1996. Berlin.Read more
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Nachhaltige Wasserwirtschaft in Deutschland?

Ein Überblick für das Internationale Symposium "Sustainable Water Management" Bonn, 8.-9. Oktober 1996
Kraemer, R. Andreas; Walter Kahlenborn 1996: Sustainable Water Management in Germany? An Overview for the International Symposium “Sustainable Water Management” Bonn, 8-9 October 1996. Ecologic, Berlin.Read more
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Networks of Cooperation: Water Policy in Germany

German water policy-making, analysed in this article by Wolfgang Rüdig and R. Andreas Kraemer of Ecologic Institute, defies easy categorisation. Policy processes are highly complex, fragmented, and diverse. In the areas of drinking water supply and water pollution, the most important feature is the enormous importance of regional and local government in both policy formulation and implementation.Read more

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