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This book provides a systematic analysis of the different types of voluntary approaches, their economic characteristics, their role and effectiveness.
This report is a synthesis of the existing literature on the use of voluntary approaches in the EU. Its aim is to portray the use of voluntary approaches in the Member States and to identify both their common characteristics and those that separate them. The report relies mainly on four studies: a quantitative and qualitative inventory of voluntary agreements in the European Union (EU) by the Directorate General for Industry (DGIII)
This report was prepared by Ms. Janice Mazurek, an environmental policy consultant in Washington DC, in the context of the OECD survey on the use of voluntary approaches in environmental policy.
This is the final version of the report prepared by Ms. Janice Mazurek, an environmental policy consultant in Washington DC, in the context of the OECD survey on the use of voluntary approaches in environmental policy.
This paper was submitted to the Delegates of the WMPG at the April 1998 meeting for consideration. The paper provides guidance for distinguishing wastes from non-wastes and outlines the remaining unresolved contentious issues.
Extended Producer Responsibility Phase 2 : Case Study on the German Packaging Ordinance
Extended and Shared Producer Responsibility: Phase 2, Executive Summary
Extended Producer Responsibility - Phase 2 - Case Study on the Dutch Packaging Covenant
Extended and Shared Producer Responsibility: Phase 2: Framework Report
The report develops an analytical framework which enables policy makers to identify those support measures whose removal is most likely to lead to "win-win" benefits.