The Environmental Information and Education Centre supports and promotes the implementation of the Aarhus Convention in Tbilisi.
The Environmental Information and Education Centre” (EIEC) provides access to environmental education and ensures access to comprehensive information on environment.
The Legal Entity of Public Law EIEC was established on the basis of the Aarhus Centre Georgia, which was a joint initiative of the OSCE and the Ministry of Environment Protection and Natural Resources. In an effort to institutionalize the Aarhus Centre, the Georgian Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection transformed the Aarhus Centre into an independent state entity - the Legal Entity of Public Law (LEPL). The principles of the ‘Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-Making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters’ are the guiding principles of the EIEC’s daily work.