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Meetings and Events


List of Meetings and Events - 2014

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Regional overview of the development of the Information Society – Prof. Larissa Kapitsa, Professor, Moscow State Institute of International Relations

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Trends in access to environmental information among Parties to the UNECE Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters (Aarhus Convention) – Mr. Chris Jarvis, Chairperson, Task Force on Electronic Information Tools and Freedom of Information Policy Manager, Environment Agency of England and Wales

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Regional capacity-building and guidance for policy makers in Central Asia – Ms. Michiko Enomoto, Economic Affairs Officer, Economic Cooperation and Integration Division, UNECE

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A second session was devoted to Web-based information clearinghouses. It sought to highlight the unique partnerships between UNECE and other agencies created to support the development and management of these increasingly popular public information services.

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The Aarhus Clearinghouse for Environmental Democracy: UNECE and GRID-Arendal
Mr. Michael Stanley-Jones, Environment, Housing and Land Management Division, UNECE

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Transport, Health and Environment: Lessons from THE PEP Clearinghouse: UNECE and WHO/Europe – Mr. Martin Magold, Chief, Border Crossing Facilitation Section, Transport Division, UNECE

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The Good practices in Education for Sustainable Development and UNESCO Education for Sustainable Development web portals: UNECE and UNESCO – Mr. Bernard Combes, Programme Specialist for Education for Sustainable Development, UNESCO

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Development of the Stockholm POPs Convention Clearinghouse – Mr. Osmany Pereira Gonzalez, Information Manager, Secretariat to the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants, UNEP

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The Biosafety Clearinghouse of the Convention on Biological Diversity – Ms. Jyoti Mathur-Fillipp, UNEP - GEF Biosafety Protocol Unit, Geneva

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Caucasus Environmental NGO Network (CENN) and the “Aarhus” Public Environmental Centres – Ms. Nana Janashia, Executive Director, CENN

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A final session examined European and national perspectives on the Directive establishing Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE) and the complementary development of a Shared Environmental Information System (SEIS). E-tools Task Force members and other experts discussed how INSPIRE and SEIS may transform public access and use of environmental information, and the impact these changes are expected to have in the areas of e-environment, e-commerce, e-democracy in Europe.

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Directive 2007/2/EC establishing an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE) – Ms. Meropi Paneli, Directorate-General Environment, Commission of the European Communities

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National perspectives on the Shared Environmental Information System (SEIS) – Ms. Michaela Dombrovská , Czech Environmental Information Agency

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E-commerce as a strategy for development – Mr. Jean Kubler, Chief, Global Trade Solutions Section, UNECE

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Public/Private Partnerships for Sustainable Development – Mr. Geoffrey Hamilton, Chief, Cooperation and Partnerships Section, Economic Cooperation and Integration Division, UNECE

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E-democracy and the quest for environmental sustainability: the role of the Aarhus Convention – Mr. Jeremy Wates, Secretary to the UNECE Aarhus Convention

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