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Compared to climate protection and the promotion of renewable energy and energy efficiency, the saving of natural resources has been a somewhat neglected field of EU sustainability law. Based on the thesis that from an environmental policy perspective it is not resource scarcity as such but the environmental impacts associated with resource use that must be addressed, the article analyses the existing EU law and possibilities for strengthening resource efficiency and eco-efficiency in EU law. In particular, it discusses possible strategic concepts and instruments, focusing on activity-based strategies such as product life cycle thinking.

Affiliations: 1: Research Centre for Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University, Frankfurt/Main, Germany Rehbinder@jur.uni-frankfurt.de

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Compared to climate protection and the promotion of renewable energy and energy efficiency, the saving of natural resources has been a somewhat neglected field of EU sustainability law. Based on the thesis that from an environmental policy perspective it is not resource scarcity as such but the environmental impacts associated with resource use that must be addressed, the article analyses the existing EU law and possibilities for strengthening resource efficiency and eco-efficiency in EU law. In particular, it discusses possible strategic concepts and instruments, focusing on activity-based strategies such as product life cycle thinking.

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