The countries of Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia are at an environmental crossroads, according to a new OECD assessment. At present, the situation is grim, threatening human health and natural resources.
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Environmental Pollution and Product Charges in Armenia: Assessment of Reform Progress and Direction for Further Improvement
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The OECD has been working on environmental taxation in the Russian Federation since 2001. This report focuses on reforming pollution charges, the main and most comprehensive type of economic instrument used for environmental protection in Russia.
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This document presents a record of the international workshop on the development and use of environmental compliance and enforcement indicators hosted by INECE and the OECD in November 2003.
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This document presents the array of compliance promotion tools that are applied in many OECD countries as well as in Central Europe.
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This report was prepared by Environmental Resources Management (ERM) inthe context of the European Commission DG Environment frameworkcontract “Financing Capacity for Implementation and Enforcement ofHarmonizing Environmental Policy in the NIS”.
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Support to the Implementation of Environmental Policies and NEAPs in the NIS Task 10 : Sub-Project in Uzbekistan
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This document provides guidance to transition economies dealing with continual challenges in environmental enforcement by addressing the domestic enforcement of national legislation.
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Review of Economic Instruments in Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Centra Asia
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The Use of Economic Instruments in the Rostov Region, Russian Federation