Environment and Energy

Engergiepolitik - Ökonomische Expertise, Umweltpolitik und Konsum 1970-2000 - Nuclear energy

Forschung

Projekte

Signature of the Agreement Establishing the IEA, 18 November 1974. Left to right: Ulf Lantzke, Special Counsellor for Energy to the OECD Secretary-General; Etienne Davignon, Belgian Foreign Ministry, Chairman of the IEA-OECD Governing Board; Emile Van Lennep, OECD Secretary-General; Charles Wootton, OECD Deputy Secretary-General, (Photograph: OECD)

The International Organisation of National Energy Policy
Great Britain and Western Germany in the International Energy Agency (IEA), 1974–1993

Henning Türk

Research project

This DFG-funded research project scrutinises the relevance of international organisations for national policy-making since the 1970s, using the example of energy policy.

Nuclear energy, international organisations and the law

Jan-Henrik Meyer

Associated Reseach Project

Based on the history of the international, European and national legal regulation of nuclear power, the project deals with central questions of historical research: the role of international organisations and their experts; politics, law and regulation; environmental protection and energy use; and the handling of technologies and their risks.

Environment and Energy

Engergiepolitik - Ökonomische Expertise, Umweltpolitik und Konsum 1970-2000 - Nuclear energy

Forschung

Projekte

Signature of the Agreement Establishing the IEA, 18 November 1974. Left to right: Ulf Lantzke, Special Counsellor for Energy to the OECD Secretary-General; Etienne Davignon, Belgian Foreign Ministry, Chairman of the IEA-OECD Governing Board; Emile Van Lennep, OECD Secretary-General; Charles Wootton, OECD Deputy Secretary-General, (Photograph: OECD)

The International Organisation of National Energy Policy
Great Britain and Western Germany in the International Energy Agency (IEA), 1974–1993

Henning Türk

Research project

This DFG-funded research project scrutinises the relevance of international organisations for national policy-making since the 1970s, using the example of energy policy.

Nuclear energy, international organisations and the law

Jan-Henrik Meyer

Associated Reseach Project

Based on the history of the international, European and national legal regulation of nuclear power, the project deals with central questions of historical research: the role of international organisations and their experts; politics, law and regulation; environmental protection and energy use; and the handling of technologies and their risks.