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Evaluation of the Regional Environmental Centres (RECs)

The results of the recent evaluation of the EECCA RECs performed by experts of European Commission.

Nord Stream and public control: International Meeting of Nord Stream AG with Baltic NGOs

30/05/2008 The Round Table devoted to the gas pipeline planned to be constructed on the seabed of the Baltic Sea, took place on in Riga on May 14, 2008. NGOs of the Baltic Region met with experts of Company Nord Stream AG.NGOs from Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Sweden and Estonia represented the public of the region. The company was represented by 7 specialists: Permitting Director, experts of Nord Stream AG and Ramboll,company’s manager in the field of the communication with the public.

A media briefing will be held by representatives of EBRD

27/03/2008 Members of the press are invited to cover a public consultation meeting on the draft revisions of the Bank’s Environmental and Social Policy and on the Public Information Policy. The meeting will take place on March 28, 2008 at hotel ‘Izmailovo Gamma-Delta’, hall “Rostov”, Izmailovo road 71, ‘Partizanskaya’ metro station.

How Climate Change Affects Mountain Regions. Media-training

The Russian Regional Environmental Centre (RREC) has issued a booklet dedicated to its project “Media-training for Journalists on Climate Change Challenge in Mountain Regions”, which was being conducted with the financial support of the British Embassy in Moscow. The booklet covers step-by-step implementation of the project for its possible replication.

EBRD Public Consultation Meeting in Russia

06/03/2008 The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) invites civil society organisations, its clients, partners and all interested people to comment on draft revisions of the Bank’s Environmental and Social Policy and Public Information Policy.

The winners of the all-Russian contest for journalists “Climate Change – a Hot Topic” have been announced today.

20/12/2007 The all-Russian contest for journalists “Climate Change – a Hot Topic”was organized by the Russian Regional Environmental Centre under the sponsorship of the British Embassy in Moscow and was aimed at enhancement of professional coverage of the climate change issues in mass-media, as well as at attraction of general public attention to the problem. The winners of the contest have been announced today.

Sergey Kuraev has passed away

01/06/2007 With deep sorrow we inform you that today, on the first of June 2007 in Bonn, Sergei Nikolaevich Kuraev's heart has stopped beating.

“International Environmental Cooperation” No.9

12/10/2006 Bulletin “International Environmental Cooperation” No.9 (September 2006) is now available on the web.

International Environmental Cooperation No.7-8

31/08/2006 Bulletin “International Environmental Cooperation” No.7-8 (August 2006) is now available on the web.