Hacked BY Tarzan
02/09/2016 montenegro (news)

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Hacked BY Tarzan
02/09/2016 montenegro (news)

Hacked BY Tarzan
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Hacked BY Tarzan
02/09/2016 montenegro (news)

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European ECO Forum Statement to the Fourth Meeting of the Parties to the Aarhus Convention
30/06/2011 UE Countries (news)

We, >100 non-governmental organisations and representatives of civil society from 35 countries of Caucasus, Central Asia and Europe, agree the following on 29 June 2011, in Chișinău, Moldova.
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ECOForum
29/06/2011 italy (news)

The guideline document of the ECO Forum submitted to the IV Meeting of the Parties contains some interesting proposals for the roots of the principles of the Aarhus Convention in the legal structures of the various European countries.
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ECOForum
24/06/2011 italy (news)

AGNet is participating at the ECOForum meeting in Chisinau – Moldova Republic- before the beginning of the 4th Meeting of the Parties of the Aahrus Convention (about access to information, public participation and access to justice about environmental rights)
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Italian National Report on implementation of the Aarhus Convention - 2007 AdriaticGreeNet-notes
24/06/2011 italy (news)

The situation described by the report is a clear example of what was the realization of the principles of the Convention in the last decade: something very "reserved" and "internal", restricted to the administrative structures at all levels.
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REQUEST FOR INTERNAL REVIEW ON THE COMISSION'S DECISION
19/04/2011 italy (news)

AdriaticGreeNet has submitted a request for internal review on the Commission's decision to place on file the complaint against the approval of the project for a new LNG plant - location Zaule - Municipality of Trieste, proposing: Company Natural Gas Regasification Italy spa.
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EC takes UK to court on cost of environment cases
14/04/2011 UE Countries (news)

The European Commission is taking the UK to the EU Court of Justice over the high cost of challenges of decisions on the environment. Under EU law, the possibility of challenging decisions affecting the environment should be fair, equitable, timely and not prohibitively expensive. The Commission is concerned that the potentially high cost of losing legal actions is preventing NGOs and individuals in the UK from bringing cases in the first place.
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