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G. for environment, transport infrastructure or public health) Legal initiatives by the European Commission are negotiated and adopted by the Council and the Parliament. , water quality, ﬂood prevention on an international level. , for the puriﬁcation of the Elbe river (ARGE Elbe) as partly as statutory bodies with coordinative and facilitative duties Federal states State Water Acts, ordinances, and statutory orders in all ﬁelds of water management State Government State Ministry with responsibility for environmental issues – the ‘Supreme Water Authority’ Subordinate environment or water agencies with executive functions (planning, monitoring, and preparation of authority decisions) states.
130). At the regional and local level there are two main public actors in the water sector. In most cases, the municipalities are responsible for drinking water supply and wastewater management. They are in turn controlled in terms of emission and quality standards by local and district water authorities. Municipal responsibility results in an extremely fragmented 18 DANIEL PETRY AND INES DOMBROWSKY organizational structure. More than 7000, mostly municipally operated, enterprises are in charge of wastewater management in Germany (UBA, 2001a, p.
2003). Wasserwirtschaft in der DDR. In: T. ), Das Flussgebiet als Handlungsraum. Institutionenwandel durch die EU-Wasserrahmenrichtlinie aus raumwissenschaftlichen Perspektiven (pp. 47–87). Mu¨nster: LIT-Verlag. , & Uebe, R. (1999). Na¨hrstoffbilanzierung der FluX gebiete Deutschlands. Berlin: UBA-Texte 75/99. Bernauer, T. (1995). The international ﬁnancing of environmental protection: Lessons from efforts to protect the river Rhine against chloride pollution. Environmental Politics, 4(3), 369–390.