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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…
The Bulgarian site dedicated to the Aarhus convention.
The INSPIRE initiative aims at making available relevant, harmonised and quality geographic information for the purpose of formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Community policy-…
This manual is a supplement to “Chapter 2: Assessing Environmental Issues and SettingPriorities” of the Guide to Implementing Local Environmental Action Programs in Central and Eastern Europe (2000…
This paper by Thomas Beierle and Sarah Cahill surveys how the Internet is broadening public participation in the administration of environmental laws and regulations in each of the 50 U.S. states.
The Green Mountain Institute for Environmental Democracy is a USA-based NGO that works with communities and government agencies to increase the use of environmental information and the participation…
The Working Group on Community Right-to-Know is a non-profit, public interest organization that helps people defend and improve the right-to-know about environmental and public health concerns.…
The Guide explores how Local Environmental Action Plans (LEAPs) can be launched at the community level; describes how to assess environmental issues and set environmental priorities; and explains how…