Projects

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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Trafo 3.0 - Model for designing socio-ecological transformation processes in practice: development and testing in three application areas

Project manager: Gensch, C.
End of project: 09 / 2018

From the viewpoint of sustainability, there is an urgent need and time pressure to achieve a change of direction towards more sustainable production and consumption patterns. Although there are many individual initiatives, there is a…

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Environmental information on products and services - requirements, tools, examples

Project manager: Gensch, C.
End of project: 07 / 2013

Aim of the project is an update of the existing brochure from 2008 (published by BDI, BMU and UBA), taking into account the recent developments relating to PCF, PWF and PEF.

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Comparison of frozen food with other types of presentation in terms of climate

Project manager: Gensch, C.
End of project: 05 / 2012

Critical Review on Innovations for Greenhouse Gas Reductions – A life cycle quantification of carbon abatement solutions enabled by the chemical industry

Project manager: Gensch, C.
End of project: 11 / 2009

Adaptation to scientific and technical progress under the RoHS Directive

Final Report + Annexes

Project manager: Gensch, C.
End of project: 07 / 2006

The EU Directive on the restriction of use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (the so-called RoHS - Restriction of Hazardous Substances – Directive) has come into force on 1 July 2006. It regulates…

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To publication "Adaptation to scientific and technical progress under the RoHS Directive"

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