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Resources 'Article 6: Public Participation in Decisions on Specific Activities'

To protect human health and the environment and ensure consumer choice, there is strict legislation controlling the deliberate release into the environment of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in…
Great interest and concern has arisen among the NGOs, mass media and other interested parties on the conclusion submitted to the Government of Armenia on the implementation of decision v/9a of the…
Public access to information in decision-making procedure on specific activities serving national defence purposes.
Standing of environmental non-governmental organizations – Procedural law shall be interpreted in order to give the public concerned broad opportunities to challenge in court decisions on forestry.
Event for environmental and planning solicitors dedicated to the Aarhus Convention.
''On May of this year, with the support of the EU, UNDP and GEF, on the initiative of the Armenian Inter-Church Charitable Round Table Foundation of the World Council of Churches has…
The 1998 Aarhus Convention constitutes a landmark international agreement to promote public participation, not only domestically, but also at the international level. In 2005, its parties adopted…
Public participation has become a recurring theme and a topical issue in the field of international environmental law, with many multilateral environmental instruments calling on states to guarantee…
TIRANA, 26 March 2015 – More than 40 representatives of central and local governments, Aarhus Centres and civil society from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia discussed the…
Public support grows for wind farms if they are located away from recreational areas and if they are either fully or partly owned by organisations within the local community. In addition, Swedish…