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Environmental Permitting in Ukraine - Case Study in English
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ECE Indicators - INECE-OECD Workshop Proceedings Part 2
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This report contains the results of an analysis of member countries' case studies concerning persistent and bioaccumulative pesticides in OECD Member countries that were conducted in 2003, with the following objectives:
- establish the differences in how member countries identify persistent (P) and bioaccumulating (B) substances as such
- establish the differences in how member countries take persistence (P) and bioaccumulation (B)
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Following the publication of Series on Pesticides, No. 15, the Netherlands agreed to take the lead on carrying out an examination of member country case studies.
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This report contains the results of an analysis of member countries’ case studies concerning persistent and bioaccumulative pesticides in OECD Member countries that were conducted in 2003.
Dieser Bericht ueber die Ueberwindung von politischen Hindernissen bei der Einführung der Leistungsabhängigen Schwerverkehrsabgabe in der Schweiz wurde erstellt von Ueli Balmer vom schweizer Bundesamt fuer Raumenentwicklung.
This document, prepared by Ueli Balmer, assesses the political economy of the implementation of the distance-related fee for heavy goods vehicles in Switzerland. Due to the new fee, and a higher weight limit, heavy goods transport on the road has become much more efficient.
This document, prepared by Prof. Oene Oenema and Paul B.M. Berentsen, assesses the political economy of the implementation of the ‘minerals accounting system’ MINAS in the Netherlands. While the system contributed to some environmental improvements, the costs of its implementation were rather high.
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Opinion article published in The Japan Times deals with ways to continue the complex and painstakingly slow process of negociating international commitments to reduce greenhouse emissions and actively mainstreaming climate change and its impact into sectoral policies, development projects and international aid portfolios.
In November 2004, the OECD member countries agreed on the principles for validating (quantitative) structure-activity relationship [(Q)SAR] models for their use in regulatory assessment of chemical safety.
(Q)SARs are methods for estimating the toxicity and other properties of a chemical from its molecular structure.