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OSCE-supported Aarhus Centres discuss their role in trans-boundary water management in South-East Europe

TIRANA, 26 March 2015 – More than 40 representatives of central and local governments, Aarhus Centres and civil society from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia discussed the challenges of public participation in trans-boundary water management and in trans-boundary Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) processes at a two-day regional roundtable organized by the OSCE, that ended today.
Participants learnt about the main features and public participation procedures of the UNECE Helsinki Convention on the Protection and Use of Trans-boundary Watercourses and International Lakes, and the UNECE Espoo Convention on Trans-boundary Environmental Assessment in Trans-boundary Context.
The roundtable discussions, which …read more

Source: OSCE

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