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The collapse of communism in Central Europe in the late 80's, and the disintegration of the Soviet Union in the early 90's, brought the region's serious environmental problems to the attention of the international community. Many of these problem...
This report is based on exchanges with officials of the Spanish Ministries of the Environment; Economy; Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and Foreign Affairs; the Chairs of the Environmental Commissions of the Congress and the Senate, as well as ...
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The overview of the recent country applications is presented in the EAP Task Force Background Paper on Financing Strategies in Urban Water Sector in the NIS both in English
This report is based on exchanges with officials of the Czech Ministries of the Environment, of Industry and Trade, and of Foreign Affairs, representatives of several non-governmental organisations.
This report is based on exchanges with officials of the Finnish Ministries for Foreign Affairs, Environment, and Trade and Industry, and of the Grand Committee of the Finnish Parliament.
Analysis and reporting on environmental financing trends in the NIS and CEE has been an important underlying activity in the developments and conclusions from the Conferences under the Environment for Europe process.
The NIS Environmental Finance Network, previously known as NIS Environmental Funds Network, was launched in 1997 in Almaty, Kazakhstan under the auspices of the EAP Task Force.
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The following on-line and free of charge documents on co-operation with Non-Members are available here in .pdf format. You will need Adobe's (free) Acrobat Reader installed to view these files.
Pressures on the environment have been high in the recent past both in OECD regions and globally, but at the same time, there have been a number of environmental improvements. Economic, social and technological developments over the next few deca...
The "Environment for Europe" Conferences are important international fora, allowing environment ministers from CEEC and NIS to meet their counterpart from OECD countries.