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The UK based mining company Lydian International will soon begin constructing the Amulsar mine in Armenia. Once fully operational, it will be the single largest mining operation in the country. The…
Publisher:opendemocracy.net
The Portuguese People-Animal-Nature Party (PAN) plans to file two complaints to the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe for breach of both the Aarhus and the Espoo Convention. The alleged…
Publisher:jn.pt
The Director General of UNESCO and the mayor of Venice will talk about the status of Venice as a UNESCO site in Paris today. A group of French sympathizers with the city made clear that they want to…
Publisher:nuovavenezia.gelocal.it
On 17-19 January 2017, the experts convened in Paris at the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency Workshop on Stakeholder Involvement in Nuclear Decision Making to compare their vast array of experiences and to…
Publisher:OECD Nuclear Energy Agency
The European MEP Marina Albiol alerted the European Commission of the individualized temporary storage project in the Cofrentes nuclear power plant. The European Parliament, which received the…
Publisher:eldiario.es
The Country Counsellor from Vorarlberg, Johannes Rauch, presented the annual program of its department for the year 2017: A professional area support service is organised for the European nature…
Publisher:oekonews.at
The former British MP John Hemming filed a complaint to a UN committee concerning a dispute with the Birmingham City Council. Two years ago, Mr. Hemming had asked the City Council to clear garden…
Publisher:dailymail.co.uk
Green Party peer Baroness Jones, who voted Leave, and Liberal Democrat Baroness Parminter, who backed Remain both assessed the risks and opportunities of the Brexit regarding UK environmental policy.
Publisher:politicshome.com
The Federal Republic of Germany from time to time gets into trouble with the EU because the country is more negligent in the implementation of guidelines and regulations than other Member States.…
Publisher:vdi-nachrichten.com
The overwhelming majority of responses received by environmental NGOs and private firms condemn the MoJ’s proposal to change to the Civil Procedures Rules in respect of costs in environmental cases.…
Publisher:lawgazette.co.uk

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