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  • 4-February-2004

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    Self-Monitoring in Kazakhstan (English)

    Self-Monitoring in Kazakhstan, written in English, summarises the strengths and weaknesses of the national environmental self-supervision system and provides policy recommendations for its improvement.

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  • 4-February-2004

    English, , 314kb

    Self-Monitoring in Kazakhstan (Russian)

    Self-Monitoring in Kazakhstan, written in Russian, summarises the strengths and weaknesses of the national environmental self-supervision system and provides policy recommendations for its improvement.

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  • 4-February-2004

    English, , 120kb

    Peer Review of Compliance Assurance in Armenia (English)

    Peer Review of Compliance Assurance in Armenia (English)

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  • 4-February-2004

    English, , 718kb

    Background Paper on Economic Aspects of Enforcement and Compliance (Russian)

    Background Paper on Economic Aspects of Enforcement and Compliance (Russian)

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  • 4-February-2004

    English, , 25kb

    Terms of Reference of REPIN

    Terms of Reference of REPIN

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  • 4-February-2004

    English, , 102kb

    Work Programme of the REPIN for the period 2003-2006

    REPIN Work Programme

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  • 4-February-2004

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  • 4-February-2004

    English

    International Conference “Strategies for Improving Environmental Compliance Assurance in Russia: Policy and Practical Issues”, October 2005, Moscow, Russian Federation

    International Conference “Strategies for Improving Environmental Compliance Assurance in Russia: Policy and Practical Issues”, October 2005, Moscow, Russian Federation

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  • 3-February-2004

    English

  • 3-February-2004

    English

    Economics of Compliance Assurance

    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.

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