Hungary

TAI Hungary is led by Environmental Management and Law Association (EMLA). EMLA has been a founding member of TAI since 2000 and has been participating in TAI related activities both on the national and international level since then. TAI Hungary now comprising of three environmental non-governmental organizations has been active in assessing the national legal framework and its implementation relating to access rights. TAI Hungary has taken part in shaping the first assessment methodology (2001), presented the findings of the first nine pilot assessments at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg (2002), helped expand the coverage by TAI in Europe (2003), hosted a Core Team Meeting (2004), participated in refining the assessment methodology (2005) hosted a Regional Meeting (2006) and performed a sectoral assessment of the forestry sector in Hungary (2007).