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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Bioenergy related studies for the International Panel für Sustainable Resource Management in May 2008
Contaminants in consumer products: New chemicals and opportunities to substitute them
Environmental product indicators and benchmarks in the context of environmental labels and declarations
ANEC commissioned the Öko-Institut e.V. to conduct a research study on various issues related to environmental labels and declarations which are of particular relevance to the consumers. The issues involve: (a) the usefulness of life…
REACH Baseline Study : improvement of the satistical coverage of the Risk and Quality indicator system
Guideline for companies: Use of nanomaterials in the paint and varnish sector
Modelling of the impacts of policies for sustainable use of cars
Öko-Institut has participated in a project for the European Commission, the Joint research Centre and the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies, the aim of which was to develop TREMOVE by adding a waste materials module and…
Tasks under the project "Mitigation of climate change in the land-use sector - scope of an international scheme to reduce emissions form deforestation in developing countries"
Use of PRODCOM for the Data Centres
The number of products (i.e. both goods and services) that can be object of study to be included in the Data Centres on Products is enormous. There is a need to limit it to a reduced number of meaningful products or classes of…
Assistance in the implementation and operation of the Environment Date Centre for Waste
The main objective of this contract is to assist Eurostat in the establishment and operation of the Environmental Data Centre for Waste. Öko-Institut assists Eurostat to achieve the following general objectives:
- Be the reference point…
Contextualising behavioural change in energy programmes involving intermediaries and policymaking organizations working towards changing BEHAVIOUR
Nuclear Power in Liberalised EU Energy Markets
Developing an analytical framework to assist decision makers and stakeholders in assessing the environmental implications of bioenergy development by providing state-of-the-art information on environmental impacts of the most important biofuel prod.
Programmatic CDM for energy efficiency in the building sector in India
AIB -Support for AIB conferences
Adaptation to Scientific and Technical Progress under Directive 2002/95/EC
Study on hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment, not regulated by the RoHS Directive
A European Tracking System für Electricity Phase II (E-Track II)
Adaptation to scientific and technical progress of Annex II to Directive 2000/53/EC
Report on the brazilian biodiesel programme with focus on its socio-economic sustainabilitiy
Implementation of Environmental Data Centres
This report contains the results of the pre-study on the “Implementation of Environmental Data Centres” carried out on behalf of Eurostat between December 2006 and August 2007.