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2 July 2016, a Bill on establishing a Whistle-blower's Centre has entered into force in the Netherlands. The law explicitly covers environmental whistleblowers, but is not limited to them. The…
This handbook summarises the key European legal principles in the area of access to justice. It seeks to raise awareness and improve knowledge of relevant legal standards set by the European Union…
Austria's Aarhus Convention webpage has developed out of a preoccupation with the subject of environmental mediation yet encompasses information on a host of participative processes. A toolbox…
The information in these pages will provide you with an overview of the Resource Management Act (RMA) and its processes, with a particular emphasis on how the you can become involved in the RMA as an…
On this site you can find a “package” of three legislative proposals adopted by European Commission to align Community legislation with the requirements of the Århus Convention.
The European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) represents over 90 non-governmental and other not-for-profit organisations working in support of health in Europe. Their website promotes legal bases…
The Great Debate is an umbrella title for a series of courses and public discussions on a variety of topics. Their aim is to facilitate lively, open debate on scientific and social issues. Outline…
These web pages highlight all public consultations that are currently in progress under CEPA 1999 and provide the public with information on where to direct their comments. The Registry is not a…
The Department of Energy (DOE) has a stated commitment to environmental justice and public participation. The publication "Environmental Justice and Public Participation Through Technology-…
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