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Aarhus Centres Georgia

In Georgia, the Aarhus Centre operates in Tbilisi. It is actively engaged in facilitating access to information regarding environmental issues; conducting trainings on the Aarhus Convention; monitoring public participation during the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process and providing legal counseling to citizens regarding environmental matters. The Aarhus Centre Georgia was established in 2005. Since 2013, the Aarhus Centre has been transformed into the Environmental Information and Education Centre.