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Title: Towards a global biological information infrastructure
Title (other): Challenges, opportunities, synergies, and the role of entomology
Abstract
This report describes the state of the art in biodiversity informatics in the field of entomology. The seven papers in this volume are the results of a one-day symposium that was held during the XXI International Congress of Entomology in Iguassu Falls, Brazil, on 24 August 2000.[Author vide copyright]
Series Title: Europäische Umweltagentur - Technical report ; 70
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Year: 2002
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: biodiversityEUenvironmental research
Subject: European Communities. European UnionGeneralities of biologyInsects and pests
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: High nature value farmland
Title (other): Characteristics, trends and policy challenges
Abstract
Farmland supports many habitats and species of European conservation concern. In 2003, Europe's environment ministers agreed to identify all farmland areas with high nature value and take conservation measures. This report shows that these areas cover roughly 15-25 % of the European countryside and suffer from land abandonment and intensification. Current policy measures appear insufficient to prevent further biodiversity decline..[Author vide copyright]
Series Title: Europäische Umweltagentur - Report ; 2004, 1
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Publisher: Europäische Gemeinschaften / Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2004
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-9167-664-0
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: biodiversityEUagricultureenvironmental policy
Subject: Agriculture. Forestry. FisheriesEcologyProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: An inventory of biodiversity indicators in Europe, 2002
Abstract
This review of biodiversity-related indicators was undertaken to support the development of a core set of environmental indicators by the European Environment Agency. Among its main conclusions is that a great variety of indicators has been developed to assess aspects of biodiversity at the national, international or global scale, but only a limited number of them are actually in use on a regular basis. The main content of the report is a summary of 655 such indicators.[Author vide copyright]
Author: Delbaere, Ben
Series Title: Europäische Umweltagentur - Technical report ; 92
Contributer: Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Publisher: Europäische Gemeinschaften / Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2004
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-9167-664-0
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: biodiversityEUenvironmental policy
Subject: EcologyProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: LIFE and agri-environment supporting Natura 2000
Title (other): Experience from the LIFE programme
Author: Gazenbeek, Anton
Series Title: LIFE-Focus
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Umwelt | European Commission / Directorate General for the Environment
Publisher: Quelle: Europäische Kommission (http://europa.eu.int/)
Year: 2004
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-894-6023-7
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU environmental policybiodiversityEUagriculturesustainable developmentenvironmental policy
Subject: Agricultural policy. Agricultural developmentProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: The European environment – state and outlook 2010 : Biodiversity
Abstract
This biodiversity assessment is integrating our knowledge on species, habitats and protected areas into the complex issues of ecosystem management, ecosystem services, human health and wellbeing. Chapter 2 includes an overview of the state of biodiversity in the EU and EEA member countries and an analysis on pressures with a more specific focus on terrestrial ecosystems. Biodiversity loss and ecosystem services are discussed in Chapter 3. Chapter 4 considers outlooks, responses, next steps and knowledge gaps. Most of the information on which this assessment is based, derives from assessments of the SEBI 2010 indicator set, the EU Biodiversity Baseline (EEA, 2010a) and the 2010 biodiversity assessment report (EEA, 2010b).[Author vide copyright]
Author: Spyropoulou, Rania
Contributer: Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Publisher: Europäische Gemeinschaften / Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-9213-153-1 | TH-30-10-543-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Aufsätze (Einzelbeiträge)
Keyword: biodiversityEUenvironmental policy
Subject: European Communities. European UnionPollution control. Environmental technologyProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Distribution and targeting of the CAP budget from a biodiversity perspective
Abstract
The EU has highlighted the importance of using the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) to prevent the abandonment of high nature value farmland and its intensification as a key action to halt biodiversity decline. The present report sets out to assess whether the current distribution of CAP funds is likely to favour the maintenance of farmland with high nature value (HNV). And it explores the extent to which CAP funds are likely to support the long-term economic and ecological sustainability of these HNV farming systems.[Author vide copyright]
Author: Beaufoy, Guy
Series Title: Europäische Umweltagentur - EEA Technical report ; 2009,12
Contributer: Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 1725-2237 | 978-92-9213-062-6 | TH-AK-09-013-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: agricultural policybiodiversityEUagricultureenvironmental policy
Subject: European Communities. European UnionAgricultural policy. Agricultural developmentPollution control. Environmental technologyProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Ecosystem accounting and the cost of biodiversity losses
Title (other): The case of coastal Mediterranean wetlands
Abstract
This report focuses on ways we can use land and ecosystem accounting techniques to describe and monitor the consequences of biodiversity loss in the coastal wetlands of the Mediterranean. These ecosystems are characterised by the close coupling of economic, social and ecological processes, and any accounting system has to represent how these key elements are linked and change over time. This report discusses the importance of estimating the ecological and social costs of maintaining these systems, and the problems surrounding providing monetary estimates of the services associated with wetlands. It also shows how individual wetland socio-ecological systems (SES) can be defined and mapped using the remotely sensed land cover information from Corine Land Cover.[Author vide copyright]
Series Title: Europäische Umweltagentur - EEA Technical report ; 2010,3
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 1725-2237 | 978-92-9213-092-3 | TH-AK-10-003-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Mediterranean regionbiodiversityEUswamplandcoastal regionenvironmental policy
Subject: European Communities. European UnionPollution control. Environmental technologyProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Towards an early warning and information system for invasive alien species (IAS) threatening biodiversity in Europe
Abstract
Invasive alien species (IAS) have become a major driver of biodiversity loss, second only to habitat fragmentation in recent decade. Europe is particularly affected by alien species, which are invading the continent an unprecedented pace. Their impact means that many of the region's rarest endemic species are on the brink of extinction and that our well-being and economies are affected. Establishing an early warning and rapid response framework for Europe become a key target. The present publication is the EEA contribution to achieving this goal.[Author vide copyright]
Series Title: Europäische Umweltagentur - EEA Technical report ; 2010,5
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 1725-2237 | 978-92-9213-099-2 | TH-AK-10-005-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: PlantbiodiversityEUanimalenvironmental policy
Subject: European Communities. European UnionPollution control. Environmental technologyProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: EU 2010 Biodiversity Baseline
Abstract
The EU 2010 Biodiversity Baseline provides facts and figures on the state and trends of the different biodiversity and ecosystem components.It thereby supports the EU in developing the post 2010 sub targets and provides factual data for measuring and monitoring progress in the EU from 2011 to 2020. [Author vide copyright]
Series Title: Europäische Umweltagentur - EEA Technical report ; 2010,12
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 1725-2237 | 978-92-9213-164-7 | TH-AK-10-012-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: biodiversityEUenvironmental policy
Subject: European Communities. European UnionPollution control. Environmental technologyProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: The territorial dimension of environmental sustainability
Title (other): Potential territorial indicators to support the environmental dimension of territorial cohesion
Abstract
This study undertakes an analysis of the environmental dimensions of territorial cohesion and of related EU policies. It is intended to contribute to and support external processes including the European Commission's Green Paper on Territorial Cohesion, revision of the EU budget (e.g. regarding Cohesion Policy) and the work of ESPON (the European Spatial Planning Observation Network) on territorial indicator development[Author vide copyright]
Author: Dige, Gorm
Series Title: Europäische Umweltagentur - EEA Technical report ; 2010,9
Contributer: Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 1725-2237 | 978-92-9213-104-3 | TH-AK-10-009-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: biodiversityEUsustainabilityarea development planningenvironmental policy
Subject: European Communities. European UnionPollution control. Environmental technologyProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Scaling up ecosystem benefits
Title (other): A contribution to The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) study
Abstract
At the 2007 meeting of the environment ministers of the G8+5 in Potsdam, Germany, the European Commission launched The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) study. Its aim is to assess the economic repercussions of global biodiversity loss. TEEB has reinforced the need for the economic valuation of changes in ecosystems at large geographical scales. Assessing the costs and benefits of changes in ecosystems includes the valuation of scarce, non-market goods and services. That requires the use of specialised research methods that are commonly labour intensive because they frequently involve interviewing and detailed statistical analysis. Such techniques are often location-specific and become expensive and time-consuming when carried out across large geographical areas, including multiple ecosystem sites. The present report analyses options for scaling up existing estimates of ecosystem service values to larger geographical scales. It also presents a case study of wetlands at the European level and discusses the results and policy applications. [Author vide copyright]
Author: Kuik, Onno | Vos, Hans
Series Title: Europäische Umweltagentur - Report ; 2010,4
Contributer: Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Publisher: Europäische Gemeinschaften / Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-9213-098-5 | TH-AL-10-004-EN-C | 1725-9177
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: WetlandsbiodiversityEUscalingenvironmental economyenvironmental policy
Subject: European Communities. European UnionProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Land in Europe: prices, taxes and use patterns
Abstract
Developments in land use patterns across Europe are generating considerable concern, particularly in relation to achievement of environmental goals. Land use trends — such as urban sprawl and land abandonment — are jeopardising the future for sustainable land use. Moreover, these trends endanger the achievement of European environmental goals in areas such as biodiversity protection and water management and also hinder the effectiveness of instruments in these areas, including the Natura 2000 network and the Water Framework Directive. [Author vide copyright]
Series Title: Europäische Umweltagentur - Technical report ; 2010,4
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Publisher: Europäische Gemeinschaften / Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-9213-094-7 | TH-AK-10-004-EN-N | 1725-2237
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: LandLand marketLand economicsbiodiversityland useEUland utilizationenvironmental policy
Subject: European Communities. European UnionProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Web of knowledge, web of life, web of wonder
Abstract
With the help of a small and little understood mushroom, this story has linked a small forest ecosystem, the goods and services provided by that[Author vide copyright]
Series Title: Our Natural Europe
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Publisher: Europäische Gemeinschaften / Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2010
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: FungusForestbiodiversityEUFinlandenvironmental consciousness
Subject: European Communities. European UnionProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Circles of discovery
Title (other): Entdeckungskreise | Les cercles de la découverte
Author: Schlup, Kathrin | Schlatter, Christian | Girard, Céline | Marendaz, Evelyne | Göttin, Thomas
Series Title: Our Natural Europe
Contributer: Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Publisher: Europäische Gemeinschaften / Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2010
Language: en | de | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: AppleOrganic farmingbiodiversityEUSwitzerlandenvironmental consciousness
Subject: European Communities. European UnionProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: 10 messages for 2010
Title (other): Climate change and biodiversity | Protected areas | Freshwater ecosystems | Marine ecosystems | Forest ecosystems |
Urban ecosystems | Agricultural ecosystems | Mountain ecosystems | Coastal ecosystems | Cultural landscapes and
biodiversity heritage
Abstract
Key messages: 1) Diverse climatic conditions, varied geology and morphology and centuries of pre- and post-industrial land use created Europe's diverse mosaic of cultural and natural landscapes, rich in biodiversity. 2) Europe's landscapes have become highly fragmented and homogenised, threatening their biodiversity and affecting their multifunctional role. 3) By managing its multifunctional culture-historical landscapes and related biodiversity sustainably, Europe can secure valuable ecosystems services while preserving its cultural and natural heritage. 4) Various legal instruments and initiatives address European biodiversity heritage at the landscape level. Incorporating these into regional and local planning and involving local communities is necessary to secure Europe's biodiversity heritage and maintain multifunctional landscapes.[Author vide copyright] | Key messages: 1) Diverse climatic conditions, varied geology and morphology and centuries of pre- and post-industrial land use created Europe's diverse mosaic of cultural and natural landscapes, rich in biodiversity. 2) Europe's landscapes have become highly fragmented and homogenised, threatening their biodiversity and affecting their multifunctional role. 3) By managing its multifunctional culture-historical landscapes and related biodiversity sustainably, Europe can secure valuable ecosystems services while preserving its cultural and natural heritage. 4) Various legal instruments and initiatives address European biodiversity heritage at the landscape level. Incorporating these into regional and local planning and involving local communities is necessary to secure Europe's biodiversity heritage and maintain multifunctional landscapes.[Author vide copyright] | Key messages: 1) Diverse climatic conditions, varied geology and morphology and centuries of pre- and post-industrial land use created Europe's diverse mosaic of cultural and natural landscapes, rich in biodiversity. 2) Europe's landscapes have become highly fragmented and homogenised, threatening their biodiversity and affecting their multifunctional role. 3) By managing its multifunctional culture-historical landscapes and related biodiversity sustainably, Europe can secure valuable ecosystems services while preserving its cultural and natural heritage. 4) Various legal instruments and initiatives address European biodiversity heritage at the landscape level. Incorporating these into regional and local planning and involving local communities is necessary to secure Europe's biodiversity heritage and maintain multifunctional landscapes.[Author vide copyright] | Key messages: 1) Diverse climatic conditions, varied geology and morphology and centuries of pre- and post-industrial land use created Europe's diverse mosaic of cultural and natural landscapes, rich in biodiversity. 2) Europe's landscapes have become highly fragmented and homogenised, threatening their biodiversity and affecting their multifunctional role. 3) By managing its multifunctional culture-historical landscapes and related biodiversity sustainably, Europe can secure valuable ecosystems services while preserving its cultural and natural heritage. 4) Various legal instruments and initiatives address European biodiversity heritage at the landscape level. Incorporating these into regional and local planning and involving local communities is necessary to secure Europe's biodiversity heritage and maintain multifunctional landscapes.[Author vide copyright] | Key messages: 1) Diverse climatic conditions, varied geology and morphology and centuries of pre- and post-industrial land use created Europe's diverse mosaic of cultural and natural landscapes, rich in biodiversity. 2) Europe's landscapes have become highly fragmented and homogenised, threatening their biodiversity and affecting their multifunctional role. 3) By managing its multifunctional culture-historical landscapes and related biodiversity sustainably, Europe can secure valuable ecosystems services while preserving its cultural and natural heritage. 4) Various legal instruments and initiatives address European biodiversity heritage at the landscape level. Incorporating these into regional and local planning and involving local communities is necessary to secure Europe's biodiversity heritage and maintain multifunctional landscapes.[Author vide copyright] | Key messages: 1) Diverse climatic conditions, varied geology and morphology and centuries of pre- and post-industrial land use created Europe's diverse mosaic of cultural and natural landscapes, rich in biodiversity. 2) Europe's landscapes have become highly fragmented and homogenised, threatening their biodiversity and affecting their multifunctional role. 3) By managing its multifunctional culture-historical landscapes and related biodiversity sustainably, Europe can secure valuable ecosystems services while preserving its cultural and natural heritage. 4) Various legal instruments and initiatives address European biodiversity heritage at the landscape level. Incorporating these into regional and local planning and involving local communities is necessary to secure Europe's biodiversity heritage and maintain multifunctional landscapes.[Author vide copyright] | Key messages: 1) Diverse climatic conditions, varied geology and morphology and centuries of pre- and post-industrial land use created Europe's diverse mosaic of cultural and natural landscapes, rich in biodiversity. 2) Europe's landscapes have become highly fragmented and homogenised, threatening their biodiversity and affecting their multifunctional role. 3) By managing its multifunctional culture-historical landscapes and related biodiversity sustainably, Europe can secure valuable ecosystems services while preserving its cultural and natural heritage. 4) Various legal instruments and initiatives address European biodiversity heritage at the landscape level. Incorporating these into regional and local planning and involving local communities is necessary to secure Europe's biodiversity heritage and maintain multifunctional landscapes.[Author vide copyright] | Key messages: 1) Diverse climatic conditions, varied geology and morphology and centuries of pre- and post-industrial land use created Europe's diverse mosaic of cultural and natural landscapes, rich in biodiversity. 2) Europe's landscapes have become highly fragmented and homogenised, threatening their biodiversity and affecting their multifunctional role. 3) By managing its multifunctional culture-historical landscapes and related biodiversity sustainably, Europe can secure valuable ecosystems services while preserving its cultural and natural heritage. 4) Various legal instruments and initiatives address European biodiversity heritage at the landscape level. Incorporating these into regional and local planning and involving local communities is necessary to secure Europe's biodiversity heritage and maintain multifunctional landscapes.[Author vide copyright] | Key messages: 1) Diverse climatic conditions, varied geology and morphology and centuries of pre- and post-industrial land use created Europe's diverse mosaic of cultural and natural landscapes, rich in biodiversity. 2) Europe's landscapes have become highly fragmented and homogenised, threatening their biodiversity and affecting their multifunctional role. 3) By managing its multifunctional culture-historical landscapes and related biodiversity sustainably, Europe can secure valuable ecosystems services while preserving its cultural and natural heritage. 4) Various legal instruments and initiatives address European biodiversity heritage at the landscape level. Incorporating these into regional and local planning and involving local communities is necessary to secure Europe's biodiversity heritage and maintain multifunctional landscapes.[Author vide copyright] | Key messages: 1) Diverse climatic conditions, varied geology and morphology and centuries of pre- and post-industrial land use created Europe's diverse mosaic of cultural and natural landscapes, rich in biodiversity. 2) Europe's landscapes have become highly fragmented and homogenised, threatening their biodiversity and affecting their multifunctional role. 3) By managing its multifunctional culture-historical landscapes and related biodiversity sustainably, Europe can secure valuable ecosystems services while preserving its cultural and natural heritage. 4) Various legal instruments and initiatives address European biodiversity heritage at the landscape level. Incorporating these into regional and local planning and involving local communities is necessary to secure Europe's biodiversity heritage and maintain multifunctional landscapes.[Author vide copyright]
Author: Zisenis, Marcus | Georgi, Birgit | Biala, Katarzyna | Makarewicz, Karina
Contributer: Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Publisher: Europäische Gemeinschaften / Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-9213-150-0 | TH-30-10-531-EN-N | 978-92-9213-149-4 | TH-30-10-530-EN-N | 978-92-9213-146-3 | TH-30-10-527-EN-N | 978-92-9213-143-2 | TH-30-10-524-EN-N | 978-92-9213-144-9 | TH-30-10-525-EN-N | 978-92-9213-148-7 | TH-30-10-529-EN-N | 978-92-9213-142-5 | TH-30-10-523-EN-N | 978-92-9213-141-8 | TH-30-10-522-EN-N | 978-92-9213-145-6 | TH-30-10-526-EN-N | 978-92-9213-147-0 | TH-30-10-528-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Mountain areaCoastal areaMarine pollutionNature reserveForestagricultural policybiodiversityclimate change
Subject: European Communities. European UnionProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Die Biodiversitätsstrategie der EU bis 2020
Title (other): The EU Biodiversity Strategy to 2020 | La stratégie de l’UE en matière de biodiversité à l’horizon 2020
Abstract
Die Biodiversitätsstrategie der EU bis 2020Am 3. Mai 2011 nahm die Europäische Kommission eine neue Strategie zur Eindämmung desVerlustes der biologischen Vielfalt und zur Verbesserung des Zustands der europäischen Arten,Lebensräume, Ökosysteme und Ökosystemleistungen im nächsten Jahrzehnt an. Zugleich stocktesie den Beitrag der EU zur Bekämpfung des globalen Verlustes der Artenvielfalt auf. Die Strategie, diedie politischen Rahmenbedingungen für das Handeln auf EU-Ebene in den kommenden zehn Jahrenfestlegt, ist auf sechs Hauptziele ausgerichtet, bei denen es darum geht, die wichtigsten Belastungender Natur und der Ökosystemleistungen innerhalb und außerhalb der EU in den Griff zu bekommen.[Author vide copyright]
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Union / Kommission / Generaldirektion Umwelt
Publisher: Europäische Gemeinschaften / Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2011
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-20761-7 | KH-31-11-258-DE-C | 978-92-79-20762-4 | KH-31-11-258-EN-C | 978-92-79-20764-8 | KH-31-11-258-FR-C
Language: en | de | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: biodiversityEUenvironmental policy
Subject: EcologyProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Addressing biodiversity and habitat preservation through measures applied under the Common Agricultural Policy
Abstract
Based on a thorough review of the relationship between agriculture and biodiversity, the purpose of this study is to consider how policies, particularly the Common Agricultural policy (CAP), have worked in terms of their design, coordination and implementation for sustaining biodiversity and associated ecosystem services through agriculture, and how their role can be enhanced in the future to contribute towards meeting the EU’s biodiversity goals. The interactions between forest management and biodiversity were out with the remit of this study. It considers the impacts and effectiveness of the current suite of policy measures, both within and outside the CAP, on delivering biodiversity benefits through agriculture and mitigating adverse agricultural impacts. Stepping back from a purely agricultural focus, the study also considers how biodiversity associated with farmland can be delivered alongside other economic and social priorities in rural areas. It concludes by discussing the policy developments needed, particularly within the CAP, to ensure that biodiversity associated with agriculture is delivered as a strategic priority.
Author: Jana Poláková | Graham Tucker | Kaley Hart
Contributer: Institute for European Environmental Policy
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Landwirtschaft und Ländliche Entwicklung, Brüssel
Year: 2011
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 30-CE-0388497/00-44
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Agricultural PolicyBiodiversityCommon agricultural policyAgricultural developmentRural developmentagricultural policybiodiversityagricultural development
life space
Subject: Agricultural policy. Agricultural development
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Evaluation of Visibility of EU external action : Final Report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation of Visibility of EU external action : Final Report ; Volume 2 – Annexes Part 1 | Evaluation of Visibility of
EU external action : Final Report ; Volume 3 – Annexes Part 2 | Evaluation of Visibility of EU external action : Final
Report ; Volume 4 – Thematic Report on Crisis and Fragile States | Evaluation of Visibility of EU external action :
Final Report ; Volume 5 – Thematic Report on Financial and Economic Crisis | Evaluation of Visibility of EU external
action : Final Report ; Volume 6 – Thematic Report on Food Crisis | Evaluation of Visibility of EU external action :
Final Report ; Volume 7 – Thematic Report on Migration Part 1 - Mali | Evaluation of Visibility of EU external action :
Final Report ; Volume 8 – Thematic Report on Climate Change and Energy | Evaluation of Visibility of EU external action
: Final Report ; Volume 9 – Thematic Report on Environment, Biodiversity and Deforestation | Fiche Contradictoire :
Evaluation of the Visibility of EU external action 2005-2010 | Quality Grid : Visibility of EU External Action ; Final
Report, June 2012 | Thematic Evaluation of the Visibility of EU external action : 2005-2010
Abstract
The mandate for this study was to undertake an evaluation of EU external action as managed by three DGs: DG RELEX, DG DEV and DG AIDCO. The Terms of Reference identified two main objectives (ToR, Feb 2010, Section 1 – reproduced in Annex 1):· To provide an overall independent assessment of the visibility of the Commission’s external action· To identify key lessons to improve current and future Commission strategies on visibility.The ToR also set out the temporal scope, 2005 to 2010, and a geographical scope that is essentially global with the exception of the EU enlargement countries. Stakeholders from both inside and outside the EU, in both partner countries and global organisations, were to be covered. The main element to limit the focus of the study was the designation of six themes which were to be the object of thematic studies involving six field visits to different countries (listed below – section 1.3).Finally the ToR also asked for the evaluation to be forward looking, providing lessons and recommendations concerning visibility and also on coordination within the EU and on coherence within the EU and internationally.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1 Purpose of the Evaluation
1.2 Background of the Evaluation
1.3 Methodology
1.4 Analysis of the main findings for each Evaluation Question
1.5 Main Conclusions and Recommendations
2. INTRODUCTION
2.1 Synthesis of the Commission’s Strategy and Programmes
2.2 Context
2.3 Purpose of this Evaluation
3. METHODOLOGY
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Judgement Criteria & Indicators
3.3 Data & Information Collection
3.3.1 Thematic Studies
3.3.2 Media Coverage Analysis
3.3.3 E-Survey
3.3.4 Interviews with Brussels-based actors
3.3.5 Eurobarometer reports analysis
3.3.6 Case studies of specific events and partnerships
3.4 Methods of Analysis
3.5 Methods of Judgement
4. MAIN FINDINGS AND ANALYSIS
4.1 Findings from the Thematic Studies and the other Data Sources
4.1.1 Findings from the Thematic Studies
4.1.2 Case studies of specific events and partnerships
4.1.3 Findings from other sources
4.2 Answers to each Evaluation Question
4.2.1 EQ1: The image of EU external action
4.2.2 EQ2: Do the Visibility communication priorities achieve their objectives?
4.2.3 EQ3: A single, clearly defined Visibility strategy for EU external action?
4.2.4 EQ4: Perceptions of the benefits of EU external action
4.2.5 EQ5: Coordination between the EU institutions and with the EU Member States?
4.2.6 EQ 6: Coherence of message across external and internal policies?
4.2.7 EQ 7: Value added of the EU as a global actor in major international fora?
4.2.8 EQ8: Adequacy of EC resources to carry out the visibility strategy
4.2.9 EQ9: Stakeholder perceptions of results relative to the costs
4.2.10 EQ10: Translating visibility strategies into action plans
| 5. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 Conclusions
5.1.1 The image of EU external action is generally in line with pre-Lisbon officialpriorities
5.1.2 Communication work on EU external action lacks overall direction and leadership
5.1.3 Working in partnership with others is essential but there is a trade-off in lower EUvisibility
5.1.4 The image of EU external action varies geographically as well as by constituency
5.1.5 The nature of the EU imposes constraints that impact on its visibility
5.1.6 The resources for promoting the visibility of EU external action have been adequate
5.2 Recommendations
5.2.1 Reaffirm, renew and strengthen the established image of EU external action
5.2.2 Provide stronger central direction and leadership for communication work on EUexternal action
5.2.3 Agree that ‘working in partnership’ is an intrinsic part of the image of EU externalaction and a core message for communication
5.2.4 Manage sensitively geographic and constituency variations in the visibility of EUexternal action
5.2.5 Pay special attention to the impact on visibility of the EU’s specific nature
5.2.6 Review the distribution of resources for promoting the visibility of EU externalaction particularly at the level of EU Delegations
5.2.7 Other specific recommendations for each theme
5.3 Summary of key conclusions and recommendations
LIST OF BOXES, FIGURES AND TABLES
VOLUME 2 – ANNEXES PART 1
ANNEX 1: TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEX 2: THE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
ANNEX 3: THE EU LEGAL FRAMEWORK: THE EXTERNAL ACTION OF THE EU
ANNEX 4: INTERVENTION LOGIC
ANNEX 5: STANDARD FORMAT FOR COLLECTING EVIDENCE IN RELATION TO THE EQS
ANNEX 6: THE ORGANIZATION OF COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE COMMISSION
ANNEX 7: COUNTRY SELECTION
ANNEX 8: GUIDELINES FOR THE THEMATIC WORK
ANNEX 9: EVIDENCE FROM INTERVIEWS WITH EU OFFICIALS IN RELATION TO THE EQS
ANNEX 10: REPORT FROM INTERVIEWS WITH CIVIL SOCIETY
ANNEX 11: LIST OF PEOPLE INTERVIEWED
| VOLUME 3 – ANNEXES PART 2
ANNEX 12: MEDIA COVERAGE ANALYSIS
ANNEX 13: E-SURVEY – SYNTHESIS REPORT
ANNEX 14: THE PARTNERSHIP WITH THE UNITED NATIONS
ANNEX 15: EUROBAROMETER SURVEY
ANNEX 16: CASE STUDY: TUNISIA
ANNEX 17: BIBLIOGRAPHY
VOLUMES 4-9: THEMATIC REPORTS ON THE SIX THEMES
VOLUME 4: THEMATIC REPORT ON CRISIS AND FRAGILE STATES
VOLUME 5: THEMATIC REPORT ON FINANCIAL & ECONOMIC CRISIS
VOLUME 6: THEMATIC REPORT ON FOOD CRISIS
VOLUME 7: THEMATIC REPORT ON MIGRATION - PART 1: MALI & PART 2: LAMPEDUSA
VOLUME 8: THEMATIC REPORT ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY
VOLUME 9: THEMATIC REPORT ON ENVIRONMENT, BIODIVERSITY AND DEFORESTATION
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Aide a? la De?cision Economique, Ottignies Louvain la Neuve | Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik, Berlin | DRN | European
Year: 2012
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EuropeAid/122888/C/SER/Multi | EVA 2007 – Lot 5
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: foreign policyevaluationbiodiversityenergy policydevelopment aid policyEUfinancial crisisglobalization
climate changecooperationcrisis interventionMalimigrationfoodTunisiaenvironmental policyperceptioneconomic crisis
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Overseas Countries and Territories: Environmental Profiles ; Final report ; Part 1 - Main report
Title (other): Overseas Countries and Territories : Environmental Profiles ; Final report ; Part 2 - Detailed report ; Section A -
Caribbean Region | Overseas Countries and Territories : Environmental Profiles ; Final report ; Part 2 - Detailed report
; Section B - Indian Ocean Region | Overseas Countries and Territories : Environmental Profiles ; Final report ; Part 2
- Detailed report ; Section C - North Atlantic Region | Overseas Countries and Territories : Environmental Profiles ;
Final report ; Part 2 - Detailed report ; Section D - Pacific Region | Overseas Countries and Territories :
Environmental Profiles ; Final report ; Part 2 - Detailed report ; Section E - South Atlantic Region
Abstract
This report contains environmental profiles for the 25 Overseas countries and territories (OCTs) associated with the European Union. These environmental profiles are set in a socio-economic developmental perspective so that the findings can be used to assist in programming projects in the framework of the EU 2014-2020 cooperation programming. A specific regime is applied to OCTs as specified in the Overseas Association Decision adopted on November 2013. Greenland is also in a special position in so far as it receives budget support from the General budget. The OCTs, the EU Member States to which they are linked and the European Commission hold an annual forum to discuss progress.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Abbreviations and acronyms
Table of contents
Summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Purpose of the project
1.2 What are the overseas countries and territories?
1.3 Scope of the term environment
1.4 Vulnerability
1.5 Methodology
1.6 Structure of this report
1.7 Relationship between EU, MS and OCTs
1.7.1 New OAD
1.7.2 Relationship with Member States
2 OCTs basic information and statistics
2.1 Contrasting territories, distinguishing characteristics
2.2 Economies
3 Biogeography, endemism and importance for global biodiversity
4 Status of the environment
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Evolution on environmental management
4.3 Priorities indicated by OCTs on environmental components
5 Environmental governance
5.1 Institutional framework
5.2 Policies, strategies, Plans
5.3 Legal framework
5.4 Civil society: role of consultation, NGOs, Aarhus
6 Cooperation
7 Recommendations
8 References
| Section A
Abbreviations and acronyms
1 Introduction
2 Description of the region
3 Biogeography, endemism and importance for global biodiversity
4 Issues and threats
5 Review of environmental governance
5.1 Environmental management administration
5.2 Policies, strategies, plans, awareness and monitoring
5.3 Legal Framework
6 Cooperation
6.1 Relevant regional organisations and programmes
6.2 Relevant regional initiatives and projects
7 Recommendations for cooperation in the environment between the European Union and Caribbean OCTs
8 References
Annex A : Anguilla
Annex B : Aruba
Annex C : Bonaire
Annex D : The Virgin Islands
Annex E : Cayman Islands
Annex F : Curaçao
Annex G : Montserrat
Annex H : Saba
Annex I : Saint-Barthélemy
Annex J : Sint Eustatius
Annex K : Sint Maarten
Annex L : Turks and Caicos Islands
Section B
Abbreviations and acronyms
1 Introduction
2 Description of the region
3 Biogeography, endemism and importance for global biodiversity
4 Issues and threats
5 Environmental governance
5.1 Institutions
5.2 Policies, strategies, plans
5.3 Legal framework
6 Cooperation
6.1 Relevant regional organisations and programmes
6.2 Relevant regional initiatives and projects
7 Recommendations for cooperation in the environment between the European Union and Indian Ocean OCTs
8 References
Annex A : British Indian Ocean Territory
Annex B : French Southern and Antarctic Territories
| Section C
Abbreviations and acronyms
1 Introduction
2 Description of the region
2.1 Key facts and statistics
3 Biogeography, endemism and importance for global biodiversity
4 Issues and threats
4.1 Introduction
5 Environmental governance
5.1 Institutions
5.2 Policies, strategies, plans, awareness and monitoring
5.3 Legal framework
6 Cooperation
6.1 Relevant regional organisations and programmes
6.2 Relevant regional initiatives and projects
7 Recommendations for cooperation in the environment between the European Union and Indian Ocean OCTs
8 References
Annex A : Bermuda
Annex B : Greenland
Annex C: Saint Pierre and Miquelon
(en)Section D
Abbreviations and acronyms
Environmental profile of Pacific OCTs - Regional
1 Introduction
2 Description of the region
3 Key facts and statistics
4 Biogeography, endemism, importance for global biodiversity
5 State of the environment
5.1 Built environment
5.2 Biodiversity
5.3 Natural hazards
6 Review of Environmental governance
6.1 Institutions
6.2 Policies, strategies, plans, awareness and monitoring
6.3 Legal Framework
7 Cooperation
7.1 Relevant regional organisations and programmes
7.2 Relevant regional initiatives and projects
7.2.1 EU projects and programmes
7.2.2 Pacific Community regional projects
7.2.3 France
8 Recommendations
9 References
Annex A : French Polynesia
Annex B : New Caledonia
Annex C : Pitcairn
Annex D : Wallis and Futuna
| Section E
Abbreviations and acronyms
1 Introduction
2 Description of the region
3 Key facts and statistics
4 Biogeography, endemism and importance for global biodiversity
5 Issues and threats
6 Review of environmental governance
6.1 Institutions
6.2 Policies, strategies, plans, awareness and monitoring
6.3 Legal Framework
7 Cooperation
7.1 Relevant regional organisations and programmes
7.2 Relevant regional initiatives and projects
8 Recommendations for cooperation in the environment between the European Union and South Atlantic OCTs
9 References
Annex A : British Antarctic Territory
Annex B : Falkland Islands
Annex C : South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
Annex D : Saint Helena, Ascension Island and Tristan da Cunha
Author (Corp. Body): Safège Consortium
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung | Prospect C & S | OCTA | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2015
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EuropeAid/127054/C/SER/multi | Request n° 2013/325768
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Bermudabiodiversitydevelopment aidEUIndian OceanCaribbean RegioncooperationPacific Rim
program planningregional developmentsocial economicsAntarcticaenvironmental managementenvironmental policyenvironmental protection
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEuropean Community external relationsConservation of resources
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesCaribbean. General ResourcesBermuda
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Title: EU Accountability Report 2012 on Financing for Development : Review of progress of the EU and its Member States
Title (other): European Commission Staff Working Paper : Accompanying document to the Communication from the Commission to the European
Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions ; Improving EU
support to developing countries in mobilising Financing for Development
Abstract
This Staff Working Document is the tenth in a series of annual progress reports drafted since 2003 (previ-ously labelled ‘Monterrey report’). Building on previous reports, it assesses where the EU and its Member States stand in relation to their common commitments on financing for development. This report is especially focused on the evolution in key areas since the previous one, and thus only summarises issues discussed at length last year.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1 Reducing Aid Dependency and Increasing Sustainable Financing for Development
1.1 Improving Domestic Resource Mobilisation
1.1.1 Strategic Orientations
1.1.2 EU Assistance to Developing Countries in Tax and Customs Reform and Related Capacity Building
1.1.3 Promoting Good Governance in the Tax Area
1.2 Maintaining Sustainable Debt Levels
1.2.1 Honouring EU Commitments on Debt Relief
1.2.2 Public Debt Management: A Critical Component of Debt Sustainability
1.2.3 Diversified Sources of Lending and Debt Vulnerabilities
1.2.4 The Status of Vulture Fund Litigation
2 International Private Flows for Development
2.1 Supporting Trade as An Engine for Development
2.1.1 Towards a More Focused EU Policy Framework on Trade and Development
2.1.2 Taking Stock of the Way the EU Has Delivered on Its Trade and Development Commitments since 2002
2.1.3 Progress on Aid for Trade
2.2 Remittances as An Instrument of Development
2.2.1 Towards a Renewed EU Overarching Framework for the Cooperation with Third Countries in the Area of Migration and Mobility
2.2.2 Progress on Remittance Outflows
2.2.3 Reducing Transfer Costs of Remittances
2.2.4 Donor Initiatives
3 Leveraging International Development Finance: beyond Official, beyond Development and beyond Assistance
3.1 Innovative Financing – Sources and Mechanisms
3.1.1 Distinction between Innovative Financing Sources and Mechanisms
3.1.2 State of Play and Revenues Raised by Existing Innovative Mechanisms
3.1.3 Major EU Initiatives
3.1.4 EU Blending Mechanisms
3.2 Facilitating Private Investment
3.2.1 Framework for Private Sector-led Growth
3.2.2 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
4 International Development Finance: EU Support to Global Goals
4.1 Scaling up Official Development Assistance (ODA)
4.1.1 EU ODA Commitments in the Global Context
4.1.2 EU ODA Performance 2005-2011 Compared to Other Donors
4.1.3 Performance on ODA Targets (2005-2011)
| 4.1.4 Achievement of the 0.7% ODA/GNI Target by 2015
4.1.5 The Way Forward
4.1.6 Falling Short of EU’s Promise on ODA to Africa
4.1.7 Honouring the EU Commitment on ODA to Least Developed Countries
4.2 Scaling up Funding for Tackling Climate Change and Biodiversity in the Context of Sustainable Development
4.2.1 Climate Change Fast-start Finance
4.2.2 Biodiversity
4.2.3 Sustainable Development
4.3 Seeking Synergies in EU Support
5 Making EU Actions More Effective for Development
5.1 Making EU Aid More Effective
5.1.1 EU and Member States Performance in Implementing The Paris Declaration (2005-2010)
5.1.2 EU and Member States Action on Alignment
5.1.3 EU and Member States Action on Complementarity and Division of Labour
5.1.4 EU and Member States Action on Mutual Accountability and Managing for Results
5.1.5 The Post-Busan Dialogue on Development Effectiveness
5.2 Supporting Better Global Governance
5.2.1 The Evolving Global Context
5.2.2 Reforming Multilateral Institutions
Annexes
Annex 1 Bibliography
Annex 2 Methodology
Annex 3 Statistical Annex on ODA Trends
Annex 4 Aid for Trade Report for 2012
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission
Year: 2012
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: SWD(2012) 199
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: biodiversitydevelopment aidEUfinancial assistancecommerceclimate changesustainabilitytariff policy
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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