This report explains the environmental challenges that these transition economies face, and assesses the financial tools and resources, both domestic and foreign, available to tackle them.
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This report assesses the feasibility and possible modalities for implementing a debt-for-environment swap between the Kyrgyz Republic and some of its creditors. It concludes that such a swap could be feasible and mutually beneficial if specified conditions are met.
Country Policy Dialogues for Institutional Strengthening project aims at helping EECCA Ministries of Environment (MoE) to address weaknesses in their "strategic functions".
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China's State Environmental Protection Administration and the OECD organised a workshop, 9-10 August 2005 in Kunming to discuss experience with environmental performance assessment in Yunnan Province and its implications for conducting an OECD Environmental Performance Review of China.
The Guidelines (OECD, 1995) recommend the key internationally-recognised good standards for institutional set-up, management and performance of environmental funds.
The Guidelines developed by the EAP Task Force in 1995, were used as a benchmark for conducing performance reviews of several environmental funds.
The governance of public expenditure in the environmental sector is often weak in the Eeastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia countries.
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The Report, written in English, supports and supplements an analysis of environmental financing in EECCA countries that was also prepared by the OECD Secretariat of the Task Force for the Implementation of Environmental Action Programme for Central and Easterm Europe (EAP TF).
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The Report on the Demonstration Project MYIP Lutsk Ukraine, written in English, constitutes a report of work conducted for development of a Multi-Year Financial Plan for the City of Lutsk, Ukraine. It presents the entire range of elements implemented as well as a background to the project.
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Environmental expenditure studies: Pollution Abatement and Control (PAC) Expenditure