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Resources 'Article 4: Access to Environmental Information'

Key issue: Appeal against a federal decision of excluding organisations from certain authorisation processes; access to justice and access to information – a public authority cannot exclude…
This is a space to examine the use and practices of Citizen Science for EU policies. This work includes the identification and development of methodologies and tools that interconnect Citizen Science…
ENI SEIS II project component "Access to Environmental Information" carried out by the European Environment Agency (EEA) in close cooperation with the ENI East countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus…
In September 2019, the Special Rapporteur on human rights and toxics presented a report (A/HRC/42/41) to the UN Human Rights Council, with fifteen principles to better protect workers from the…
The blog article highlights the linkages of the work undertaken under auspices of the Group on Earth Observations and the Aarhus Convention to promote effective public access to environmental…
Digital technology is changing people’s lives. The EU’s digital strategy aims to make this transformation work for people and businesses, while helping to achieve its target of a climate-neutral…
This SDG Primer aims to establish a common base of understanding and approach for the UN system in supporting the 2030 Agenda. It is primarily meant to inform, in broad terms, the programmes and…
The EEB report "For your information" examines the current state of play with regards to access to environmental information in the EU, with a special focus on current access to information at Member…
The event brought together representatives of different public authorities responsible for the environment, statistics and e-government and open data from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the…
The 2019 Report "Outsourcing Oversight? The case for reforming access to information law" submitted by the UK Information Commissioner to the Parliament aims to make an evidence-based case to extend…