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Background Paper on Economic Aspects of Enforcement and Compliance (Russian)
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Terms of Reference of REPIN
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5th Annual REPIN Meeting, October 2003, Kiev, Ukraine
International Conference “Strategies for Improving Environmental Compliance Assurance in Russia: Policy and Practical Issues”, October 2005, Moscow, Russian Federation
This project establishes practical ways to strengthen Environmental Enforcement Agencies (ENFAs), as well as creates international peer pressure to catalyse the reform of compliance assurance systems.
Empirical data and analysis in EECCA and other regions have shown that inadequate enforcement and compliance can result is significant costs. Most importantly they can impose the costs of addressing negative impacts of pollution on human health.
The objective of this work is to assist environmental regulatory agencies in EECCA to streamline and integrate environmental permitting procedures and requirements
The objectives of this work is to develop approaches for optimising the design of compliance monitoring systems, particularly by developing environmental self-monitoring by enterprises.
Work under this theme support the implementation of the "Guiding Principles for Environmental Enforcement Authorities in Transition Economies of EECCA".