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Wasserwirtschaft im Verhältnis zur Umweltpolitik

  • Ilja Betlem

Zusammenfassung

Dieser Bericht erörtert die Verhältnisse zwischen Wasserpolitik und Umweltpolitik auf EU-Ebene sowie innerhalb der fünf EUROWATER-Länder, d.h. Deutschland, Frankreich, Niederlande, Portugal und Vereinigtes Königreich. Im Rahmen des Berichtes wird versucht, institutionelle Trends und Entwicklungen auf dem Weg zur Integration zwischen Wasserpolitik und Umweltpolitik herauszuarbeiten.

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