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|Titolo:||EVER – Research findings, Final Report to the European Commission|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2005|
|Autori interni:||IRALDO, FABIO|
|Autori:||F. Iraldo; P. Lanzini; M. Melis; W. Kahlenborn; F. Rubik; D. Scheer; B. Nielsen; A. Petersen; J. Hertin|
|Abstract:||The EVER study has been carried out on behalf DG Environment of the European Commission, by a consortium of consultants led by IEFE – Università Bocconi, (IT). The other partners in the consortium were Adelphi Consult (DE), IOEW, Office Heidelberg (DE), SPRU, Sussex University (UK) and Valør & Tinge A/S (DK). The fundamental aim of the EVER study has been to provide recommendations for the revision of two voluntary schemes managed by the European Commission: EMAS and the EU Eco-label. The options and recommendations proposed for the schemes are based on the evidence collected in the different phases of the EVER study. The ‘desk research’, consisting of a thorough review of existing literature and previous studies and surveys on the schemes, and the ‘in-field’ research, carried out by way of direct interviews and case studies, provided the background relating to their strengths and weaknesses. The findings of the research phase were presented, discussed and enriched through a stakeholder-engagement exercise, carried out within two workshops held in September 2005, that involved experts, institutions, companies, practitioners and NGOs. The positions and suggestions collected from the stakeholders (during and after the workshop) were used as empirical evidence for the study, and were further elaborated as the input for the final proposals. The whole process of research, consultation and elaboration led to the defining of options and recommendations.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||85 - Rapporti di Ricerca|
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