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Resources 'Article 5: Collection and dissemination of Environmental Information'

UNECE Task Force on Access to Information / EIT Case StudyBrief descriptionThis tool provides public access to information about atmospheric pollutants: (i) Measurements of concentrations of…
UNECE Task Force on Access to Information / EIT Case StudyThis tool provides access to documents relating to the water management plans and information on surface and ground waters of the Walloon…
This report aims to strengthen civil society groups and the public's awareness of the need for integrated data and monitoring of toxic pollution, its sources, and its impacts on human health and the…
The report examines legal frameworks in selected EU Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland and Portugal) to assess whether they ensure…
UNESCO, in collaboration with the Centre for Law and Democracy (CLD), created an open online course on access to information. The self-paced course introduces right-to-information legislation and its…
Current sustainability information reported by companies across the EU is frequently insufficient and incomparable. High-quality and reliable public reporting by companies will help create a culture…
In 2015, the Ministry of the Environment made the PARTICIPA website available in recognition of the need to increase public involvement in decision-making in environmental matters. The aim of the…
The Freedom of Information Unit of the Ministry of Justice of Israel and TAIEX came together for a joint workshop on ensuring the transparency of information towards the environment.  According…
The Circularity Gap Reporting Initiative highlights the urgent need to transition to a circular economy. The Initiative measures current states of circularity and by bringing together stakeholders…
This new story by UNDP Liberia focuses on how ASM miners and communities impacted by mining near the Gola Forest National Park joined forces to establish the region's first participatory…