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On 3 June 2009, the inauguration of the new German Pollutant Release and Transfer Register (PRTR) took place in Berlin. PRTR now offers free of charge online information to all citizens on pollutants…
The PRTR webpage of the German Ministry of Environment includes introductory material, maps, geographic search engine and an innovative PRTR-wiki, also with How-to, FAQs and other documentation. In…
The first meeting of the Steering Committee for the Global Environment Facility medium-sized project "POPs monitoring, reporting and information dissemination using Pollutant Release and…
This workshop presented the state of the art in environmental accounting modeling, including life cycle analysis, material flows accounts, input/output assessment and environmental footprinting. Also…
Ninety percent of the 5.5 billion kilograms of toxic pollutant releases and transfers reported in North America in 2005 can be traced to just 30 substances from 15 industrial sectors across the…
This website provides information on the first meeting of the Steering Committee to the Global POPs PRTR project. The Global POPs PRTR project is funded though the Global Environmental Facility and…
On 11 March 2009, President Barack Obama signed into law a restoration of the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI), reversing changes made under the previous United States administration under its "…
In March, 2004, the Government of Canada announced the introduction of mandatory reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by major emitters. By providing a more precise picture of the sources and…
This document is a revised version of the former Guidance Manual [ENV/EPOC/WGWPR(2001)6/FINAL]. It includes:detailed explanations on how to implement the OECD Decision C(2001)107/FINAL, asamended;…
This report provides a global overview and framework to quality PRTR information and activities from countries and organizations around the world. Considerations for Ensuring Quality PRTR Data…