EU, framework, implementation, tradeoffs
Excerpt:A one-day conference to examine the role of the EU in shaping an effective international climate change regime. The aim of this conference is to understand the challenge from the perspective of academics, policy makers and civil society organisations.
Excerpt:As a result of the review and public consultation process that has started in 2010, the Commission adopted a proposal for a new Directive on 26 October, 2012 to amend the current Directive. ...
Excerpt:Radboud University Nujmegen, the Netherlands, is offering three PhD Student Positions related to research on the implementation of EU Directives. The deadline for submitting applications is 22 September, 2012.
Excerpt:The better implementation of EU environmental legislation could save €50bn a year according to a Communication published by the Commission. A range of approaches to improve implementation are suggested including improved surveillance and inspection, better sharing of information, and more access to justice for environmental groups.
Excerpt:This report for the European Commission focuses on the costs of not fully implementing the EU environmental acquis. The report is an attempt to quantify the benefits of full compliance with EU environmental laws and policies and aims to provide an overview on the implementation gaps and the associated costs.
Excerpt:Ministers of the environment of the EU have adopted conclusions on the EU 2020 Biodiversity Strategy proposed by the Commission. The have, however, been unable to agree on measures to be taken to implement the strategy.
Excerpt:The conference is aimed at anyone interested in the development of the next Strategic Framework Programme for Research and Innovation of the European Union. Stakeholders from research institutions, industry, universities, non-governmental organisations, scientists and politicians are especially invited to take part.
Excerpt:This seminar will bring together representatives from relevant ministries and international organisations as well as researchers and members of the private sector, providing them with an opportunity for high level and interdisciplinary exchanges on the meaning of "green growth" and on the problems that emerge in its implementation in public policy.