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Bosnia and Herzegovina

Aarhus Centres in Bosnia & Herzegovina

Aarhus Centre Sarajevo

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Activities: Water resources management, Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Urban waste, Sustainable development, Environmental impact assessment, Environmental legislation

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Aarhus Centre Tuzla

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Activities: Water resources management, Climate change, Urban waste, Extractive industries, including mining, Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental legislation

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Aarhus Centre Banja Luka

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Activities: Water resources management, Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Climate change, Extractive industries, including mining, Environmental impact assessment, Environmental legislation

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Climate change

Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)

Environmental impact assessment (EIA)

Environmental legislation

Extractive industries, including mining

Sustainable development

Urban waste

Water resources management

There are three Aarhus Centres in Bosnia and Herzegovina: the first Aarhus Centre opened in Sarajevo in 2012. One year later, in 2013, it was followed by the Aarhus Centres in Tuzla and Banja Luka. The Aarhus Centres support Bosnia and Herzegovina in reporting on the national implementation of the Aarhus Convention as well as on boosting the citizen-state-private sector interaction. They also focus on participatory local governance and organize activities related to Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR).         

  • Aarhus Centre Banja Luka

    The principal goal of the Aarhus Centre Banja Luka is to promote the implementation of the Aarhus Convention in BiH and act as a liaison between public intuitions and the community at large, especi

  • Aarhus Centre Sarajevo

    Aarhus Centre Sarajevo has four staff, Director, Administrative and Legal Assistant, Legal Associate and IT/Logistics Assistant.  In addition, it has a network of experts and volunteers that are en

  • Aarhus Centre Tuzla

    The Center for Ecology and Energy (CEE) was established  in 2001 and currently has 7 employees and over 50 volunteers.