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Informationspolitik in der Wasserwirtschaft

  • Maria A. Santos
  • Rui Rodrigues

Zusammenfassung

Eine korrekte Umweltpolitik von der Konzeption bis zur Umsetzung und Kontrolle kann nur dann sichergestellt werden, wenn sowohl in quantitativer als auch in qualitativer Hinsicht ausreichende Informationen zur Verfügung stehen (CEC, 1992). Ohne solche Daten können umweltspezifische Phänomene nicht überwacht und Modelle für weitere Prognosen nicht bewertet werden. Umwelt-daten und Umweltinformationen sind daher zwei sehr wichtige Instrumente, mit denen im Zusammenspiel mit anderen technischen, finanziellen und rechtlichen Instrumenten politische Zielsetzungen angemessen formuliert und deren Umsetzung beurteilt werden kann.

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  • Maria A. Santos
  • Rui Rodrigues

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