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One of the main programmes of REC Caucasus is directed to information and public participation issues. One concrete project under this programme is the project “Implementing the Aarhus Convention:…
This is a press release of a call that came at the third regional seminar on the implementation of the Aarhus Convention in Central Asia which was held in Dushanbe.(Original source: http://www.osce.…
Doors to Democracy (published in 1998) takes a look at how public participation works - in law and in practice - in a large selection of European countries in different sub-regions.
This report comprises an outline of the book Human Rights in Natural Resource Development. Public Participation in the Sustainable Development of Mining and Energy Resources, which was published in…
This website lists environment related legislation and provides access to environment related strategies.
The "Virtual Classroom" is a pilot project on exchanging knowledge about Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers (PRTR) between member countries of the Aarhus Convention and participating…
This booklet addresses how new international agreements commit the states of Europe and Eurasia to including environmental considerations in the most important decisions made by governments and…
Your Right to Know About Sources of Pollution, by Mary Taylor, Olga Speranskaya and Ondrej Velek, surveys the major features of the PRTR Protocol of the Aarhus Convention and how NGOs and others can…
The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) is a non-partisan, non-advocacy, not-for-profit international organisation with a mission to assist in solving environmental…