En 2016, hubo al menos treinta y siete personas asesinadas por su trabajo de defensa del ambiente y la tierra en Colombia.
There were thirty‐seven killings of environmental and land defenders in Colombia in 2016. Global Witness' data has placed the country among the three deadliest in the world since at least 2013.
The Aarhus Convention Indicators were created by Environmental Management and Law Association (EMLA), Friends of the Irish Environment, and WRI, with support from the Dutch Ministry of Environment
This document contains the full results for the Aarhus Convention Indicator pilot for Ukraine.
This document contains the full results for the Aarhus Convention Indicators pilot in the Czech Republic.
This document contains the full results for the Aarhus Convention Indicator pilot in Armenia.
This document contains the full results of the Aarhus Convention Indicator pilot in the United Kingdom.
This report summarizes the results of the Aarhus Convention Indicator pilot results for Armenia, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, and Ukraine.
Civil society is extremely disappointed with the regressive nature of the access to information provisions in a region which has some of the strongest right to information legislation in the world.
La sociedad civil está extremadamente decepcionada con la naturaleza regresiva de las disposiciones sobre el acceso a la información en una región que cuenta con una de las legislaciones más fuerte
STOCKHOLM (August 30, 2017) — A new report from World Resources Institute’s (WRI)
Improving transparency of concessions data—the who, what, when and where of commercial activities that drive over 60% of global deforestation—is critical to preventing forest loss.
A policy brief from the Climate Development and Knowledge Network (CDKN) called "Driving, Connecting, Communicating: the many roles of national government in climate adaptation planning" refers to
The Global Gathering report outlines the outcomes of this bi-annual event held in Paris just days before the
WRI created this topic guide on national climate change governance in response to a request from the UK governmen
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