There are two Aarhus Centres in Moldova. The first one was inaugurated in the capital city of Chisinau in 2012 which was followed by the opening of a Public Environmental Centre in Bender in 2013 on the left bank of the Dniester/Nistru River. The two Aarhus Centres of Moldova focus on access to environmental information, environmental research and raising awareness about the Aarhus Convention. 

  • Aarhus Centre Bender - Public Environmental Centre

    The work of the Public Environmental Centre is dedicated to promoting the principles of the Aarhus Convention in Transdniestria (Moldova), through the development of dialogue between civil society, public authorities and the expert community on a wide range of environmental issues.
  • Aarhus Centre Chisinau

    The mission of the Aarhus Centre Chisinau is to raise the level of public awareness on environmental issues and encourage participation in decision-making.