This is Germany's second EITI Report, covering 2017. The Report in English will be added once available.
Please also refer to Germany's online portal to find information on the extractive resources sector, as much of the information on the sector is disclosed online.
The German report includes chapters on:
Dealing with human intervention in nature - what the legal requirements are on renaturation of the landscape, as well as legal environmental requirements for receiving the permit to extract.
This is Germany's 2016 EITI Report. The German version has been updated slightly (see below).
Germany EITI has an online portal for the EITI Report: http://www.rohstofftransparenz.de/en/
The Report contains chapters on environmental regulation and renewable energies (see table of contents below).
Introduction The extractive industry in Germany Legal framework for the extractive industry Revenues generated by the extractive industry The economic contribution of the extractive industry in Germany Dealing with human intervention in nature State subsidies and ta
Attached below is Germany's roadmap on how it intends to disclose the beneficial owners of the companies active in the extractives sector (requirement 2.5). The multi-stakeholder group has decided to postpone the decision on how to deal with the issue of beneficial ownership and to await the decision that is made regarding the German implementation law on the amended EU Money Laundering Directive.
More information on beneficial ownership can be found at eiti.org/beneficial-ownership
This is the Germany EITI 2016 work plan (in accordance with Requirement 1.5).
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