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Ökonomische Instrumente in der Wasserwirtschaft

  • Jon Buckland
  • Thomas F. Zabel

Zusammenfassung

Dieser Bericht vergleicht das wirtschafts-und finanzpolitische Instrumentarium, das im Rahmen der Wasserwirtschaft in den fünf EUROWATER-Ländern, d.h. in Frankreich, Deutschland, den Niederlanden, Portugal sowie im Vereinigten Königreich Anwendung findet. Im Falle des Vereinigten Königreichs wird jedoch vorwiegend die Situation in England und Wales erörtert und beschrieben. Das ökonomische Instrumentarium steht im Einklang mit dem Verursacherprinzip, das im 1. EG-Umweltaktionsprogramm als Richtschnur für die Umsetzung der Umweltpolitik festgelegt wurde.

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  • Jon Buckland
  • Thomas F. Zabel

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