PRTR: Making the data on pollution understandable to the public

15.9.2017 - BUDVA, MONTENEGRO

Last side event organized by Arnika on the Sixth Meeting of the Parties to the Aarhus Convention together with third session of the Protocol on Pollutants Release and Transfer Registers, which took place in Budva, Montenegro in September 2017.

Friday 15 September / 13:15 - 14:45

Venue: Hotel Montenegro (Bojana or Zeta meeting room)

Importance of pollution data for the public ▪ Why citizens of certain countries do not have access to information? Example of the best practice: Integrated pollution registry of the Czech Republic ▪ Interpretation of the data: Polluters under the magnifying glass & Top tens of largest polluters ▪ Access to the pollution data in non-EU countries where PRTR systems do not exist: Alternative PRTRs in Bosnia and Herzegovina & Kazakhstan

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Presentations & speakers:

Martin Skalsky, Arnika (CZ):

Importance of pollution data for the public / Why citizens of certain countries do not have access to information?

 

Eduard Hlavaty, Ministry of Environment (CZ):
Example of the best practice: Integrated pollution registry of the Czech Republic
 
 
Martin Skalsky, Arnika (CZ):
Interpretation of the data: Polluters under the magnifying glass & Top tens of largest polluters
 
Zuzana Vachunova (CZ, BiH):
Access to the pollution data in non-EU countries where PRTR systems do not exist: Alternative PRTRs in Bosnia and Herzegovina
 
 
Svetlana Mogilyuk (KZ):
Access to the pollution data in non-EU countries where PRTR systems do not exist: Alternative PRTRs in Kazakhstan

Video recordings of each presentation to be added soon.

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