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Addressing the Challenge of Global Climate Mitigation

An Assessment of Existing Venues and Institutions
Recent years have seen the climate negotiations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change fail to achieve a major breakthrough on climate change mitigation, and no such breakthrough is expected in the near future. In a study commissioned by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Dr. Camilla Bausch and Michael Mehling evaluate various venues and institutions addressing the climate challenge, and assess their influence on the future of global mitigation efforts. The study is available for download.Read more

Perspectives for Stability and Democracy in Pakistan

March 2011 to April 2011

How can we foster democratic development in Pakistan? What role could the European Union play? These questions were addressed in a joint workshop of the European Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs and Delegation for Relations with South Asia on 30 March 2011 in Brussels that was organized by Ecologic Institute. The European Parliament has recently published the thoroughly reviewed report of the workshop, in which EcologicRead more

Transatlantic Options for Improved Integrated Maritime Governance

Final Conference Synthesis Report
Reid, Andrew; Katriona McGlade; Franziska Stuke et. al. (2011): Final Conference Synthesis Report: Transatlantic Options for Improved Integrated Maritime Governance. Ecologic Institute | Berlin.Read more

Recommendations for Transatlantic Cooperation on High Seas Governance

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7 June 2011
Lund
Sweden

At the 2011 Alumni Conference of Lund University’s Master’s Program of International Environmental Science (LUMES) in Lund (Sweden), Elena von Sperber presented and discussed the results of the CALAMAR project, a transatlantic dialogue on marine governance lead by Ecologic Institute, which was concluded in June 2011.

 Henrik ThorénRead more

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