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Sep 16, 2013
Quince países de América Latina preparan convención internacional por derechos ambientales

Entre los gobiernos presentes en la instancia se cuentan Brasil, Argentina, Colombia, México y Chile, los cuales están negociando una Convención Internacional sobre ‘democracia ambiental’, para aplicar el Principio 10 de la Convención de Río, y fijar así una base institucional, administrativa y política sobre tres pilares: acceso a información, participación ciudadana y derecho a Justicia en materia medioambiental. El Gobierno chileno preside actualmente el proceso, que se encuentra en fase de negociación técnica.

Sep 9, 2013
RESULTS: Latin American and the Caribbean (LAC) and Europe Exchange: Moving Forward to a LAC Convention on P10 Workshop

On July 30-31, The Access Initiative, in partnership with the Regional Environmental Center for Central and Easter Europe and the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) and through Centro Ecuatoriano de Derecho Ambiental (CEDA), Iniciativa de Acceso Mexico (IA-Mex) and World Resources Institute (WRI), hosted the Latin American and the Caribbean (LAC) and Europe Exchange: Moving Forward to a LAC Convention on P10 workshop in Quito, Ecuador. Additionally, the meeting included partners from 19 different countries across the Americas and Europe.

Sep 4, 2013
Eye on Earth Access for All Meeting September 3, 2013
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The Eye on Access for All Special Initiative meeting was co-hosted by UNEP and WRI’s Access Initiative on September 3, 2013.

To listen to this event’s audio and see presentations, please follow the link: https://vimeo.com/73810592

Aug 19, 2013
Argentina Joins P10 Process

Argentina is now a member of the Latin American and Caribbean Principle 10 Process, bringing the number of LAC countries to 15. Joining the P10 Process is expected to bring about more public participation in environmental decision making in Argentina, a country that has and continues to have issues concerning access to information, access to justice, and citizen engagement in the EIA process.

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