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Nachhaltige Nutzung der landwirtschaftlichen Biodiversität

Autor / Autorin: Wolff, F.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 12 / 2008

Global Governance

Autor / Autorin: Wolff, F.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 02 / 2008

‘The A to Z of Corporate Social Responsibility’, edited by Wayne Visser. The entries have been written by leading experts, global thinkers and CSR practitioners. The book aims to help managers, consultants and researchers navigate their…

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Rhetoric and Reality: Corporate Social Responsibility in Europe „Rhetoric and Realities – Analysing Corporate Social Responsibility in Europe” (RARE) war ein dreijähriges Forschungsprojekt innerhalb des europäischen 6. Forschungsrahmenprogramms, das im Juli 2007 auslief. Ziel des Projekts war es, zur Entwicklung eines europäischen Ansatzes sozialer und ökologischer Unternehmensverantwortung (auf englisch: Corporate Social Responsibility/ CSR) beizutragen. Das Projekt zielte darauf ab, ein besseres Verständnis der Wirksamkeit von CSR als Politikinstrument zu fördern und zu ermitteln, wie CSR eine nachhaltige Entwicklung der EU unterstützen kann. Unter Leitung des Öko-Institutes wurde das Projekt von einem interdisziplinären Team von 16 WissenschaftlernInnen und BeraternInnen durchgeführt, die sieben führenden Forschungseinrichtungen in der EU angehören. 2008 erschien eine Buchpublikation mit den Projektergebnissen bei Edward Elgar. 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Umweltrecht ohne Umsetzer? - Policy-Papier für Baden-Württemberg, Hessen und Niedersachsen

Die Strukturreformen in den Umweltverwaltungen ausgewählter Bundesländer und ihre Herausforderungen

Autoren: Schulze, F. | Wolff, F. | Barth, R.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 02 / 2007

Die Umsetzung umweltpolitischer Vorgaben erfolgt auch durch Umweltgesetze. Eine erfolgreiche Umsetzung durch ein Gesetz setzt vor allem zwei Dinge voraus: durchdachte Regelungen und einen effektiven Vollzug dieser Regelungen. Für den…

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Competitiveness, innovation and sustainability – clarifying the concepts and their interrelations

Autoren: Wolff, F. | Schmitt, K. | Hochfeld, C.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 01 / 2007

This paper aims at providing introductory information for all those who are interested in the topic but have not yet been confronted to a greater extent with the scientific background to it. Many citizens, members of social movements and…

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CSR between Rhetoric and Reality

Autoren: Barth, R. | Wolff, F. | Schmitt, K.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 01 / 2007

Kooperative Umweltpolitik als Beispiel sich wandelnder Staatlichkeit

Paper für die Tagung „Staatlichkeit im Wandel“, Bremen, 31.03.-02.04. 2006

Autor / Autorin: Wolff, F.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 03 / 2006

Der Artikel diskutiert die These, dass Politik auf Basis hierarchischer Steuerungsmechanismen (‚government’) in komplexen Gesellschaften an ihre Grenzen stößt und zunehmend durch kooperative, verhandlungsbasierte Steuerungsformen…

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Wettbewerb für Nachhaltigkeit – Positionen und Perspektiven

Ein Diskussionsbeitrag zur Jahrestagung 2006 des Öko-Instituts e.V.

Autoren: Hochfeld, C. | Schmitt, K. | Wolff, F.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 01 / 2006

Die Fokussierung auf die Wettbewerbsstrategie und die Schwerpunktsetzung innerhalb der Strategie von Lissabon führen dazu, dass Politikinitiativen zu anspruchsvollen Umwelt- und Sozialstandards unter Druck geraten – unter anderem unter…

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Wettbewerb für Nachhaltigkeit – Positionen und Perspektiven (English Version)

Ein Diskussionsbeitrag zur Jahrestagung 2006 des Öko-Instituts e.V.

Autoren: Hochfeld, C. | Schmitt, K. | Wolff, F.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 01 / 2006

Die Fokussierung auf die Wettbewerbsstrategie und die Schwerpunktsetzung innerhalb der Strategie von Lissabon führen dazu, dass Politikinitiativen zu anspruchsvollen Umwelt- und Sozialstandards unter Druck geraten – unter anderem unter…

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New Elements of the International Regime on Access and Benefit-Sharing of Genetic Resources

The Role of Certificates of Origin

Autoren: Dross, M. | Wolff, F.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 01 / 2005

Die Studie analysiert neue Elemente des bestehenden Regimes zum Zugang zu genetischen ressourcen und dem Ausgleich der daraus entstehenden Vorteile im Rahmen des Übereinkommen über die biologische Vielfalt (CBD). Der Schwerpunkt liegt…

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Agrobiodiversität entwickeln

Handlungsstrategien und Impulse für eine nachhaltige Tier- und Pflanzenzucht

Autoren: Barth, R. | Dross, M. | Wolff, F.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 01 / 2004

Das wissenschaftliche Verbundprojekt "Agrobiodiversität entwickeln!" untersuchte die Ursachen und Folgen, die der Verlust der Artenvielfalt im Bereich der Landwirtschaft mit sich bringt. ExpertInnen des Öko-Institutes aus den Bereichen…

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