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Aarhus Centres Tajikistan

Aarhus Centre Tursunzade

Tajikistan

Activities: General support to the implementation of the Aarhus Convention

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Aarhus Centre Kumsangir

Tajikistan

Activities: General support to the implementation of the Aarhus Convention

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Aarhus Centre Garm

Tajikistan

Activities: General support to the implementation of the Aarhus Convention

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Aarhus Centre Khorog

Tajikistan

Activities: General support to the implementation of the Aarhus Convention

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Aarhus Center Khujand

Tajikistan

Activities: Water resources management, Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Climate change, Hazardous waste, including uranium tailings, Urban waste, Sustainable development, Green economy, Environmental impact assessment (EIA), Environmental legislation, Eco-journalism, Youth empowerment

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Aarhus Centre Kurgan-Tyube

Tajikistan

Activities: General support to the implementation of the Aarhus Convention

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Aarhus Centre Dushanbe

Tajikistan

Activities: General support to the implementation of the Aarhus Convention

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Climate change

Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)

Eco-journalism

Environmental impact assessment (EIA)

Environmental legislation

Green economy

Hazardous waste, including uranium tailings

Sustainable development

Urban waste

Water resources management

Youth empowerment

Other

Tajikistan has a wide network of Aarhus Centres operating in seven cities. The first Aarhus Centre opened in the capital Dushanbe in 2003, followed by the Aarhus Centre Khujand in 2005. In 2009, an Aarhus Centre opened in Kurgan-Tyube followed by the Aarhus Centre Khorog in 2011. In 2013, three Aarhus Centres were established in the cities of Garm, Kumsangir and Tursunzade. In Tajikistan, youth is at the driving seat of many of the Aarhus Centre activities that promote environmental awareness, disaster risk reduction and stakeholder engagement in uranium legacy remediation.