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Resources Year '2005'

Foro de Sociedad Civil Centroamericana de Ambiente y Desarrollo (FOSCAD) is a participatory and consultative body constituted by Central American Commission on Environment and Development (CCAD). It…
The Deliberative Democracy Handbook is resource for democratic practitioners and theorists. It combines case material from many cities and types of institutional settings with reflection on core…
WECF director, coordinator Centeral Asia and 5 members participated in the Second Meeting of the Parties to the Aarhus Convention, on 25-27 May 2005 in Almaty, Kazakhstan. This photo gallery has…
This website informs about the "Environmental Information Act" (Umweltinformationsgesetz). It describes in a transparent way what environmental information are, who has access, where to get…
This site presents the Federal legislation passed implementing the first pillar of the Aarhus Convention in Germany. In German.
The author describes and analyses the requirements the European Community Directive 2003/35 and the Aarhus Convention set out with respect to access to justice in environmental matters especially…
In this law review article the author describes two earlier German legislative bills to implement the second and third pillar of the Aarhus Convention. In German.(Original source: http://www.…
In its statement the German Advisory Council on the Environment describes the situation of limited legal standing of NGOs according to German law in 2005. It points at shortcomings in the enforcement…
The Command Paper, and the original Explanatory Memorandum, were release in June 2000. This revised Explanatory Memorandum was produced to explain the implementing measures that have been taken…
In 2005, the Board of the World Bank approved revisions to the Bank’s policy on the disclosure of information. These changes addressed the Bank’s commitment to ensuring increased transparency about…