From January 2009, Centre for Environmental Policy and Advocacy (CEPA) has been implementing a project aimed at enhancing access to environmental information and justice in matters relating to the environment by facilitating enactment of the revised framework Environment Management Bill and the Access to Information Bill.
In a historic and momentous move, Michael Martin, the Speaker of the British House of Commons (lower House of Parliament) resigned his position yesterday. The last time a British Speaker resigned was three hundred years ago. The events were precipitated by proceedings under the new Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) that became operative four years ago.
The Bolivian Ministry of the Environment and Water has opened a Documentation Center on Environmental Quality
The Ministry of the Environment and Water, in April, opened a center to provide access to information on Environmental Quality. This Centre for the first time makes available to the public Environmental Impact Assessments and Environmental Licenses. Access to this information is vital for the communities to raise their voices and concerns about the projects that may impact their lives.
San José, Costa Rica. 2009
Last April 29th and 30th,representatives from TAI Coalitions from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Costa Rica gathered in regional workshop to create a common Action Plan to strengthen their work on the implementation of Principle 10.
The Action Plan has three sections: