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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…
Good Practice: Innovative practice of engaging the public in consultations. Case study represents a good example of thinking outside the box when deciding how to communicate plans or other public…
This study builds on preexisting studies by compiling and updating information on remedies available under Article 9(4) of the Aarhus Convention.The most extensive of these prior studies is the 2007…
The ambition of the EEA and Norway Grants is to contribute to a more equal Europe. The three donor states, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway will make available 1.3 billion europ of project funding…
Operating under the Nordic Council's Product and Waste Group, the PRTR Group is mandated to assist in development of Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers in the Nordic countries.…
The Norwegian Pollution Control Authority (SFT) is a subordinate agency of the Ministry of the Environment. Its goal is to promote sustainable development, i.e. to ensure that pollution, hazardous…
For UNDP, the right to information is a key underpinning for work in democratic governance and is vitalfor promoting ‘open governance’ and the accountability of public decision makers as well as…
National and sub-national data sets are available and accessible for international assessments through the GRID's portal to capacity building projects in Central & Eastern Europe, Caucasus,…
The report examines how Norway approaches provision of information, consultation and active engagement of citizens in public policy-making and includes a special focus on the use of consensus…
The Norwegian List of Dangerous Substances contains information about health and environmental hazards for approximately 3000 substances. The list is searchable by Substance name, Index number, CAS…