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The availability of integrated, relevant, high-quality, timely and easily accessible environmental information provides the means for assessing environmental status and the foundation for meaningful and informed environmental governance. Timely, relevant, reliable and easily accessible environmental information is also essential to efforts to inform citizens about the quality of their environment
The UNECE Working Group on Environmental Monitoring and Assessment has been engaged in efforts to make environmental monitoring an effective instrument in policymaking and, in particular, to assist countries of Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia. UNECE member States, with the support of the secretariat, have made significant progress in establishing the Shared
Available in English and in Russian (not laid out). (ECE/CEP/176, 44 pp.) This publication contains guidelines to help make biodiversity monitoring a practical tool for environmental policy for countries of Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Central Asia and South-Eastern Europe. The guidelines offer advice on how to: Develop plans and strategies for conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity
Available in English and Russian (not laid out). (ECE/CEP/175, 44 pp.) The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Programme on Environmental Monitoring and Assessment assists UNECE member States in working with environmental data and information to enable their timely flows and adequate assessment. In this way, the Programme helps enable an informed decision-making process, both
Available in English and Russian. (ECE/CEP/168, 46 pp.) This publication contains guidelines to help make monitoring a practical tool for environmental policy for countries of Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Central Asia and South-Eastern Europe. The guidelines offer advice on how to: Link air and water quality monitoring to environmental policy development. Modernize and upgrade air and water
Available in English and Russian. (ECE/CEP/141, 37 pp.) Substantial improvements in environmental monitoring and data collection are needed in countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia. Such improvements are difficult to achieve without the commitment and cooperation of enterprises. The present publication contains the Guidelines for Strengthening Environmental Monitoring and
Available in English and Russian. (ECE/CEP/140, 102 pp.) Environmental indicators are a key tool for environmental assessment, reporting and policymaking. They can show key trends and help describe causes and effects of environmental conditions. They can also help in setting priorities and evaluating environmental policy implementation and in assessing compliance with international commitments
Available as an archived copy. ISBN 92-1-002114-2 Sales No. GV.E/R.04.0.3 The “Environment for Europe” process, which is supported and contributed to by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), has worked since 1991 to strengthen international cooperation to
Available in English and Russian. (ECE/CEP/118, 84 pp.) The “Environment for Europe” process, under the aegis of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe countries of Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia, has worked since 1991 to strengthen international cooperation to protect and improve the environment across Europe. At the fourth “Environment for Europe” Conference, in