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Aarhus Convention, Environment Division, 2006-2013 © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
Description
PRTR-related activities held among stakeholder groups (NGOs etc), localities or sectors as preliminary to national-scale PRTR projects; also capacity-building activities in related chemical, waste or information management initiatives (e.g., SAICM)
Description
Identification of the main goals and key issues for national PRTR development
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In-depth study of capacity needs
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Detailed design of technical, legal and institutional approaches
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Pilot in a specific region of the country or specific sector to test the proposed PRTR system and the mechanisms contemplated for reporting from key polluting facilities. Should include efforts to raise public awareness
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Development of a full proposal, including any necessary legal instruments. Should include detailed review of capacity-building needs, as well as specific plans for raising public awareness
Description
The workshop, with broad participation (including at political level), will review the PRTR proposal and launch a final proposal for a national PRTR
Description
Activities undertaken to implement a national PRTR system
Description
Activities undertaken on subregional, region-wide or international level in support of implementation of PRTRs and/or the UNECE Protocol on PRTRs
Possible values
For period: 2007 - Start: 2007 End: 2007
for period: 2006 - Mid 2007 - Start: 2006 End: 06/2007
for period: Started from/after 2005 - Start: 2005
All incorect date will be ignored!
Definition of SAICM activities are taken from
Table B. "List of possible work areas and their associated activities, actors, targets/timeframes, indicators of progress and implementation aspects"
Global Plan of Action, Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management: SAICM texts and resolution of the International Conference on Chemicals Management (United Nations Environment Programme, 2006, p. 37 ff).
Definitions

Macro geographical (continental) regions, geographical sub-regions, and other groupings

Macro geographical regions:
Africa
 - Eastern Africa
 - Middle Africa
 - Northern Africa
 - Southern Africa
 - Western Africa
Asia
 - Central Asia
 - Eastern Asia
 - Southern Asia
 - South-Eastern Asia
 - Western Asia
Europe
 - Eastern Europe
 - Northern Europe
 - Southern Europe
 - Western Europe
Latin America and the Caribbean
 - Caribbean
 - Central America
 - South America
Oceania
 - Australia and New Zealand
 - Melanesia
 - Micronesia
 - Polynesia

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UNECE subregions:
Central and Eastern Europe
Southeastern Europe
South Caucasus

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