20

Apr

Protocol on Strategic Environmental Assessment: Facts and Benefits

Armenian version of the brochure introduces the SEA procedure as set out in the Protocol with reference to its provisions,1 and presents the benefits of SEA while rectifying misconceptions regarding this procedure. It al...

03

Apr

Support to establishment of SEA system in Armenia, Phase IV: Final dissemination and awareness raising event

Final dissemination event ''Towards a fully-fledged SEA and EIA system in Armenia'' was convened within the fr...

13

Sep

Launching the Smart city Profile of Goris

Republic of Armenia State Committee on Urban Development, UNECE Land and Housing Division, Regional environmental center for Caucasus and Municipality of Goris city have launched the Smart city Profile for Goris (Syuniq...

14

Feb

Developing National Legal Framework on SEA in Armenia – 2nd Legal Roundtable

Legal roundtable is organised by the Ministry of Nature Protection of the Republic of Armenia in cooperation with the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and the Regional Environmental Center for Caucasus (REC C) in the framework of the EU funded Programme ‘Greening the Economies in the Eastern Neighbourhood’[1] and framework MOU between UNECE and REC C on Organisation of capacity-building activities to support the implementation of EIA and SEA procedures Armenia.  It will be held as a part of the process on developing the national legal framework on SEA in Armenia.  

The 2nd legal roundtable will follow the outcomes of the ‘Roundtable on integration of the SEA procedure into the national legal framework of Armenia’ organized in March 2016 – detailed information can be found at the following link https://www.unece.org/es/environmental-policy/conventions/environmental-assessment/meetings-and-events/environmental-impact-assessment/workshops-eap-green/2016/the-legal-roundtable-and-sea-workshop-in-armenia/doc.html#/.

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[1] The EaP GREEN programme is funded by the European Union and other donors, and is jointly implemented by the four partner organisations: OECD, UNEP, UNECE and UNIDO.

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