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E-waste – moving beyond good and evil

Oeko-Institut report shows possibilities for sustainable e-waste recycling in Ghana E-waste contains many valuable metals such as gold, silver,… more

E-waste – moving beyond good and evil
 
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E-waste – moving beyond good and evil

Oeko-Institut report shows possibilities for sustainable e-waste recycling in Ghana more

E-waste – moving beyond good and evil
 
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Climate Protection with Bioenergy? Yes, but…

Oeko-Institut develops calculation method for comprehensive greenhouse gas emission balance of bioenergy

In the context of the EU Commission’s… more

Climate Protection with Bioenergy? Yes, but…
 
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Resources fever – A cool head for hot resource debates

Öko-Institut presents recent studies and reports on the sustainable use of resources on its website www.resourcefever.org. We discuss, for example, how resources can be used more efficiently within the EU as well as issues related to the recycling of electronic waste in newly industrialising and developing countries. more

Resources fever – A cool head for hot resource debates
 
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Nanotechnology in the Food Sector – Study now available in English

The study “Nanotechnology in the Food Sector”, commissioned by the Swiss Centre for Technology Assessment TA-SWISS, is now available in English. more

Nanotechnology in the Food Sector – Study now available in English
 
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Climate assessors under scrutiny

An Öko-Institut study hot off the press reveals that the United Nations continues to be dissatisfied with the performance of the companies validating climate change mitigation projects in the developing world. more

Climate assessors under scrutiny
 
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How useful are climate labels?

Öko-Institut makes recommendations on the use of product carbon footprints more

How useful are climate labels?
 
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Getting moving on climate protection – sustainable transport strategies

How can we make transport more climate-friendly in the face of increasing mobility? This is the question tackled in the current issue of eco@work, which is published today. more

Getting moving on climate protection – sustainable transport strategies