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The Oeko-Institut’s researchers work on more than 350 national and international projects a year, focusing on Chemicals Management and Technology Assessment, Energy and Climate, Emission and Ambient Pollution Control, Radiation Protection, Agriculture and Biodiversity, Sustainable Consumption, Mobility, Resource Management and Industry, Nuclear Engineering and Facility Safety, and Law, Policy and Governance.

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Transparent monitoring in practice: Supporting post-Paris land use sector mitigation

Project manager: Böttcher, H.
Start of project: 11 / 2020

What is transparent monitoring?

Transparent Monitoring (TM) approaches refer to datasets, tools, and portals etc. that support countries’ needs, e.g. in the land use sector, by providing complementary data to what is mandated by their…

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LAND-use based MitigAtion for Resilient Climate pathways

Project manager: Böttcher, H.
Start of project: 06 / 2020

Implementation of the new sustainability criteria for agriculture and forest biomass under the Recast of the Renewable Energy Directive

Project manager: Böttcher, H.
Start of project: 08 / 2019

Study on EU Financing of REDD readiness activities, and result-based payments pre and post 2020: sources, cost-effectiveness and fair allocation of incentives

Project manager: Böttcher, H.
Project staff:  Siemons, A.
End of project: 11 / 2017

Calculating LULUCF credits with high environmental integrity and calculating this as a percentage of additional effort

Project manager: Böttcher, H.
End of project: 03 / 2016

Independent monitoring of GHG emissions from land activities for publishing, comparing and reconciling estimate

Project manager: Böttcher, H.
End of project: 11 / 2016

There is a need for independent monitoring approaches (i.e. unbiased data, tools and methods) that stakeholders involved in land-use sector mitigation activities can rely on for their own goals, but which would also be perceived as…

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Study on impacts on resource efficiency of future EU demand for bioenergy

Project manager: Böttcher, H.
End of project: 01 / 2016

Climate benefits of material substitution by forest biomass and harvested wood products: perspective 2030

Project manager: Böttcher, H.
End of project: 04 / 2015
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