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Improvement of knowledge on hazardous substances in North-West Russia
|Project title||Improvement of knowledge on hazardous substances in North-West Russia|
|Database||Data manually inserted in the NDPHS Database|
|ID in the source database||549|
|Thematic area||Health Promotion, Education and Information|
|Project geographical area||Russia|
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|Lead partner (owner or/and project manager)||no data|
|Target audience||no data|
Different approaches in understanding of the meaning “HAZARDOUS” definition in Russia and EU member states are a serious obstacle for minimizing pollution in water bodies jointly shared between these countries, such as the Baltic Sea. So the project aims:
1. To build up local capacities, according to the global/EU understanding of “hazardousness” and management of hazardous substances and aiming at its future adaptation in the Russian Federation.
2. To propose concrete steps for different actors and on different levels (recommendations) how to reduce emissions from hazardous substances to the aquatic environment;
3. To create a network of different stakeholder in NW Russia for whom hazardous substances and water management issues are of concern;
4. To promote a dialogue among authorities, industry and science, NGOs and other stakeholders on the management of hazardous substances;
|Objectives||Supporting to capacity building actions and cooperation of different stakeholders and thereof to contribute to the reduction of emissions from hazardous substances (HS) in the Russian part of the Baltic Sea basin.|
|Specific objectives/indicators||no data|
|Total foreseen budget||EUR 160,000|
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|Financing agencies / organisations||Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland|
|Project's URL / project's website||no data|
|Papers associated with this project||no data|
|Further information||no data|
|Last posted:||on 2011-03-12 at 16:11:11|