The project “Right to know, right now” was born as a result of the cooperation between the Ministry of environment and physical planning and the NGO for Environmental democracy – FLOROZON. The main objective of the project was the enforcement of the UNECE regulations derived from the PRTR Protocol in Macedonia.
The project lasted for 1 year (November 2014 to October 2015).
The Ministry of environment and NGO “Center for environmental democracy – FLOROZON”, undertook a series of activities within the project “Right to know, right now” for implementation of the UNECE PRTR Protocol in Macedonia. The project was financially supported by the Norwegian embassy in Belgrade, Serbia. The following project activities were realized:
This project is continuation of the initial project for supporting the establishment and implementation of the principles of the Aarhus Convention as well as the protocol and has a goal to provide public access to information through sustainable development of integrated, national registers for pollutant releases and transfers, providing public participation in decision – making in the environmental area as well as to contribute in pollution prevention and control.
The financial support for realizing the project activities is provided by the German Federal Ministry and Agency of environment focusing on the west Balkan countries and Moldavia. The implementation of the project was carried out by the Macedonian Ministry of environment in cooperation with the Regional environmental center (REC) – Office in Macedonia.
The project lasted for 2 years (March 2015 to February 2017).
The following project activities were finalized: