Information from other sources
Correspondence as a result of information provided to the Committee from other sources
The Committee, at its eighth meeting, decided to make available on the Convention's website its correspondence with concerned Parties, as an illustration of the Committee's approach to a specific compliance issue and of a proper and sufficient response from a Party to address the issue. The Committee, at its seventeenth meeting, similarly decided to ask sources of information for their permission to publish their information on the website.
EIA/IC/INFO/y symbols used for follow-up to information provided to the Committee under rule 15 of the operating rules (decision IV/2, annex IV), "y" is an index number.
Regarding the Republic of Moldova
Information form submitted by Ecoclub, a Ukrainian non-governmental organization, to the Committee on 1 July 2009 regarding a proposed nuclear power plant in Belarus. This matter has been closed, but related information is availalbe further to a submission by Lithuania concerning the same facts (EIA/IC/S/4 Belarus).
On the basis of information submitted by Ecoclub, a Ukrainian non-governmental organization, to the Committee on 20 April 2011 regarding a proposed extension of the lifetime of nuclear reactors in Ukraine and by the Government, at its twenty-seventh session, the Committee decided to open a Committee initiative (EIA/IC/CI/4 Ukraine)
Information form submitted by non-governmental organization, Ecohome, of Belarus, to the Committee on 5 November 2012 regarding the construction of two nuclear reactors in Ukraine (Khmelnytskyi nuclear power plant).
Information gathering regarding the likely significant adverse transboundary impact of two Azerbaijani projects in the Caspian Sea on other littoral States Party to the Convention (further to the consideration by the Committee of submission EIA/IC/S/5).
Information forms submitted by a German Member of the Parliament and the Irish NGO Friends of the Irish Environment, on 12 March and 27 March 2013, respectively, regarding the planned construction of NPP Hinkley Point C by the United Kingdom. At its thirtieth session, the Committee decided to open a Committee initiative (EIA/IC/CI/5 United Kingdom)
Information forms submitted by Members of a political party with representatives in the Hungarian and European Parliament, on 3 October 2013, regarding the planned construction and operation of a gold-mine in Muzhiyevo, Ukraine, using cyanide technology.