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UNECE expert group meeting under the auspices of the Aarhus Convention to explore development of guidelines for possible adoption (in May 2005) by the 2nd Meeting of the Parties to the Convention.
The Stakeholder Forum supports a strategic, global, multi-stakeholder movement to influence and implement sustainable development agreements and the Millennium Development Goals. The organization’s…
The Aarhus Convention Newcastle WorkshopGood Practice Handbook. Also available in Russian.
elni is a network of about 350 individuals and organisations who share an interest in environmental law. elni provides an international forum for the exchange of news, views ideas and experiences in…
VERTIC is an independent, non-profit making, non-governmental organization. Its mission is to promote effective and efficient verification as a means of ensuring confidence in the implementation of…
The web site provides background information and news about the Aarhus Convention and development of Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers (PRTRs) in the Newly Independent States. It includes…
The report of the conference BaltCoast 2004 - Managing the Baltic Sea. The conference's aim was to give a comprehensive overview on Baltic coastal zone management, enhance the exchange of…
This report by Capacity Global examines the role of the courts in accessing environmental justice in England and Wales; for the public, lawyers, NGOs and the judiciary. The Government's agenda…
This book by Minu Hemmati, with contributions from Felix Dodds, Jasmin Enayati and Jan McHarry, is the product of the UNED Forum project "A Framework For Multi-stakeholder Processes";…