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The indicators in this report are intended to promote the integration of environmental concerns into transport policies.
This report presents a peliminary review of air quality status and trends in OECD countries based upon elaboration of the indicators developed for major traditional pollutants.
Interest in sustainable development and awareness of the international dimension of environmental problems, have stimulated governments to track and chart environmental progress and its links with economic conditions and trends. This publication ...
In May 1997, OECD and WHO's European Centre for Environment and Health (ECEH, Bilthoven, Netherlands) organised a Workshop on Environmental and Environmental Health Information to Support NEAPs and NEHAPs: Using Data and Indicators.
Recommends that Member countries take all necessary actions within the framework of their national laws to increase the availability to the public of environmental information held by public authorities.
This report presents selected indicators on the state of and trends in environmental conditions, pressures and responses across five Central and Eastern European countries and the Russian Federation.
This report reviews the environmental information system (EIS) in Mexico. Environmental information is viewed as responding to decsion making and public information needs in the transition of Mexico towards sustainable development.
This report assesses the adequacy of environmental information in the Russian Federation against the background of the changing needs for environmental information in the current process of economic transition.
Published in 1994, this report assesses the adequacy of environmental information systems in Belarus against the background of the changing needs for environmental information in the transition to a market economy.
Published in 1993, this report covers environmental information systems in the former Czech and Slovak Republics, Hungary and Poland.