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Challenges and success factors for cross-border public participation in the site selection process (HErüber)

Project manager: Schütte, S. | Mbah, M.
Start of project: 08 / 2020

The Standortauswahlgesetz (StandAG), a german law defining the selection process, regulates the individual procedural steps for a scientifically based, participatory and transparent search for a secure disposal site for high-level…

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Evaluation of the sports grounds noise protection regulation

Project manager: Schütte, S.
Start of project: 07 / 2019

The research project evaluates the amendment to the Sports Facilities Noise Regulation. The aim is to investigate the effects of the changes - in particular the increase in the permitted noise levels emitted by sports facilities. It…

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Evaluation of public participation – Improving planning and permitting of major environmentally-relevant projects through participation of citizens and environmental organisations

Project manager: Schütte, S.
Start of project: 01 / 2019

The research project assesses the advantages of public participation in planning and approval procedures, with a focus on the improved consideration of environmental concerns. It also examines the extent to which the possible costs and…

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Reduction of commercial noise in cities

Project manager: Schütte, S.
Project staff:  Brohmann, B.
Start of project: 08 / 2018

The research project focuses on the build-up of existing German cities and analyses health risks with respect to noise in living areas near commercial sites.

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Evaluating the legal framework for aircraft noise quotas

Project manager: Schütte, S.
End of project: 05 / 2019

The report aims to determine the legal possibilities for aviation authorities to limit air traffic for noise control. It takes into account the current approval situation – existing airfields, airfields with a fictitious approval and…

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Public Participation in the Siting Procedure for a Final Repository: Challenges of a Cross-generational, Self-reflecting and Learning Procedure

Project manager: Brohmann, B.
Project staff:  Mbah, M. | Schütte, S.
Start of project: 05 / 2018

The German Federal Office for the Safety of Nuclear Waste Management mandated a two-year research project in which the challenges of public participation in the siting procedure for a final repository for high-level radioactive waste…

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Evaluation of the 2nd Aircraft Noise Protection Regulation (2. FlugLSV)

Project manager: Schütte, S.
End of project: 11 / 2015

The study focuses on the regulation as well as on the effectiveness and compliance of the 2. FlugLSV. Beginning with a review of the existing requirements, in further steps the application of the regulation in practice will be assessed…

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Environmental Partnership Project - Component 2 - CCICED "International Dialogue on Environmental Policy"

Project manager: Schütte, S.
End of project: 10 / 2014

Conformity Study for Germany: Directive 2006/118/EC on the protection of groundwater against pollution and deterioration

Project manager: Schütte, S.
End of project: 08 / 2011
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