EEB | The Aarhus Convention series: part one
What is The Aarhus Convention?
The Aarhus Convention is an international agreement that gives people the right to access information about the environment. It also promotes public participation in decision-making and in the preparation of environment-related policies. It provides access to justice on environmental matters, for individuals and NGOs.
META’s Q&As weekly series about the Aarhus Convention, aims to explain the role of the Convention in strengthening the contribution that both individuals and civil society can make to the green transformation of the European Union (EU) – and beyond.
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