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This report presents the main findings of a capacity screening of oblast environmental funds in Ukraine.
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This Review was conducted with the aim of evaluating all aspects of the Fund against internationally recognised standards for public financing institutions.
Work has been undertaken on how national governments and other public authorities could generate both direct and indirect environmental benefits through greener public purchasing programmes and initiatives.
This database includes information regarding products derived using modern biotechnology, e.g. transgenic plants, which have been approved for commerical application, as well as some plants with novel traits produced by conventional breeding or mutagenesis.
The OECD’s Chemicals Committee held a Special Session on the Potential Implications of Manufactured Nanomaterials for Human Health and Environmental Safety, 7th June 2005.
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These Guidelines include strategic and procedural guidance for EECCA environmental authorities in designing an effective and transparent integrated permitting system for large industry while simplifying the permitting regime for smaller polluters.
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This policy report focuses on social aspects of the ongoing Armenian urban water sector reforms,conclusions, and recommendations prepared within the emonstration Project “Consumer Protection in Urban Water Sector Reforms in Armenia: Ability to Pay and Social Protection of Low Income Households.”
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This document, written in Russian, presents the key principles of improving environmental permitting systems by introducing integrated permitting for large industry and simplified permitting for small and medium-sized enterprises.