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The 2019 meeting of the Steering Committee was organized in the framework of the the EU-funded project of the European Environment Agency on further implementation of the Shared Environment…
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…
After introducing Open Data and advertising for its value by pointing out several areas of benefit such as economic development or transparency, the article takes a look at practices in the EU…
The updated version of the 2017 report prepared by the NGO Crude Accountability, FrackTracker Alliance and Ecoforum of NGOs of Kazakhstan covering cases of reprisals against environmental defenders…
On-line resource providing information on important ecological sites such as e.g. waste collection points, environment protection organizations, and sites with renewable energy installations.
General information about the joint European Union and United Nations Development Programme project “Support to the development of a comprehensive framework for international environmental…
General information about the joint European Union and United Nations Development Programme project “Support to the development of a comprehensive framework for international environmental…
The web-page of Hrodna Aarhus Centre (Belarus) provides information about activities in Hrodna and Hrodna region (Belarus) related to Aarhus Convention. In Russian and English. The first regional…
The purpose of this study is to identify the impediments faced by the Parties to the Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-Making and Access to Justice inEnvironmental…
The decision of the Parliament of Ukraine on the construction of the 3rd and 4th blocks of the Khmelnytska nuclear power plant caused indignation in many countries. However, the Belarusian public was…