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UNECE HOSTS SIDE EVENT ON PRTRs AT EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH MINISTERS CONFERENCE

“PRTRs Now! How pollutant release and transfer registers can promote pan-European environmental and public health” is the seminar organized by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) on the opening day of the Fourth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health in Budapest: “The future for our children”.

For more information, see the Programme and the Press release

Opening and introduction: Mr. Patrice Robineau, Acting Deputy Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) DOC ENG
Aarhus Convention Protocol on Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers: Mr. Michael Stanley-Jones, UNECE Aarhus Convention Secretariat PPT ENG
Future E-PRTR, EH InfoSystems, E-Scorecard - co-operating tools for Risk Management of Chemicals:
Mr. Ondrej Velek (Czech Republic)
PPT ENG
Implementing EPER and PRTR in Hungary:
Mr. Robert Rakics, Deputy State Secretary, Minister of Environment and Water, Hungary
PPT ENG
Environment and health information system for Europe:
Ms. Dafina Dalbokova, Mr. Michal Krzyzanoski; WHO European Centre for Environment and Health
PPT ENG
European Pollutant Emission Register (EPER) and the future European-PRTR: Mr. Andreas Barkman, European Environment Agency PPT ENG
Communicating PRTR systems to the public:
Mr. Dmytro Skrylnikov, Co-director, Association of Environmental Law of Central/ Eastern Europe and Newly Independent States /ECO Forum (Ukraine)
PPT ENG
First steps of EPER in Hungary: Mr. Csaba Sándor, Environmental Management and Law Association (EMLA) PPT ENG
Challenges of developing national capacity for PRTR systems in Central and Eastern Europe: Ms. Magda Toth Nagy, Head of Public Participation Programme, Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe PPT ENG