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Artificial intelligence (AI) offers significant opportunities to protect the environment, mitigate climate change, conserve resources and reverse the loss of biodiversity. Innovations based on AI can…
In 2018, the second edition of the Citizen's Guide to the Aarhus Convention “Beteiligungsrechte im Umweltschutz – Was bringt Ihnen die Aarhus-Konvention?” (in German) was published by the Federal…
The Independent Institute for Environmental Issues, UfU e.V., had the pleasure to invite highly ranked scholars from different jurisdictions and members of national and international authorities to…
The “Open Data Maturity in Europe Report 2018: New horizons for Open Data driven transformation” records the different speeds at which European countries are moving in their Open Data-driven…
Access to Justice for a Greener Europe aims to improve the implementation and enforcement of the European Union environmental law by providing the public with effective access to justice, such as…
The study examined legal questions on access to justice – of environmental-NGOs, individuals and municipalities – and the extent and the intensity of the judicial review which are of special…
The Forum for the Integration of Renewable Energies (Forum Netzintegration Erneuerbare Energien), founded by the German Environmental Aid, allows environmental NGOs, industry associations, citizen…
This document contains a comparison of the metadata conventions for describing open data in Switzerland, Germany and Austria. The text deals with the status quo of open data in the respective…
The EnviroInfo 2014 is the 28th edition of the long standing and established international and interdisciplinary conference series on leading environmental information and communication technologies…
This report sketches possible building blocks of an integrated information space in Europe, concentratingon information sources held by or destined to public authorities in the Member States.