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Environmental Management Systems and Reporting

Many environmentalists, government officials, and corporate leaders believe that the existing regulatory system, though it has accomplished much, is approaching the limits of its effectiveness. Environmental Management Systems (EMSs) -- which require a continuous cycle of planning, implementing, reviewing and improving procedures -- have emerged as an important tool in improving environmental performance above legal minimums. Our project is working to strengthen the overall credibility and usefulness of EMSs so we can reduce pollution, protect human health, and help our economy thrive.

[12-02-02] Multi-Stakeholder Roundtable Workshop "Tools to Improve Environmental Performance: Expectations and Obstacles"

"Forging Alliances to Prevent Industrial Pollution: New Approaches and Tools for Environmental Management: Multi-Stakeholder Workshop"

Workshop: "Defining Transparency: Expectations and Obstacles"

 

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[12-02-02] Multi-Stakeholder Roundtable Workshop "Tools to Improve Environmental Performance: Expectations and Obstacles"

"Forging Alliances to Prevent Industrial Pollution: New Approaches and Tools for Environmental Management: Multi-Stakeholder Workshop"

Workshop: "Defining Transparency: Expectations and Obstacles"

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