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The Circularity Gap Reporting Initiative highlights the urgent need to transition to a circular economy. The Initiative measures current states of circularity and by bringing together stakeholders…
On 6 May 2022, in a landmark win for advocacy efforts combating SLAPPs (Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation), anti-pesticide activist Karl Bär the Munich Environmental Institute (…
Spanish Law 4/2021 on the recovery and protection of the Mar Menor recognised the rights of the Mar Menor lagoon ecosystem and its basin. The implementation of the new legal status allows for…
The Freedom of Information Unit of the Ministry of Justice of Israel and TAIEX came together for a joint workshop on ensuring the transparency of information towards the environment.  According…
Key issue: Denial of legal standing to appeal air quality plans. Key words: Legal standing, access to justice, air quality plans, particulate matter
In 2015, the Ministry of the Environment made the PARTICIPA website available in recognition of the need to increase public involvement in decision-making in environmental matters. The aim of the…
Current sustainability information reported by companies across the EU is frequently insufficient and incomparable. High-quality and reliable public reporting by companies will help create a culture…
MEPIELAN e-Bulletin is a digital academic and practitioner newsletter of the MEPIELAN Centre, launched in 2010. It features insight articles, reflective opinions, specially selected documents and…
UNESCO, in collaboration with the Centre for Law and Democracy (CLD), created an open online course on access to information. The self-paced course introduces right-to-information legislation and its…
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in partnership with the UNDP’s Regional Bureau for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (RBEC) and the Regional…