News 2014/11/04 Georgian experts are learning from the EU experience

During the two-day training, 3-4 November 2014, the experts from the Environmental and Education Center in the Republic of Georgia have ascertained the European longstanding expertise in managing the environmental information.

The study tour organised by the European Environment Agency (EEA) in the framework of the ENPI-SEIS project, aimed at sharing the best practices in order to provide a set of tools for potential uptake by the recently established Center. The programme of this visit was structured around the communication activities, reporting chain and data flow management. At the end of the study tour, it was agreed to organise a follow-up meeting in the beginning of 2015 to assess the advancements made and to hold a specific hands-on training in the selected areas of interest.

For more information on the study tour please consult agenda, presentations and additional documentation, provided as follow-up on the requests made during the visit on the ENPI-SEIS website: http://enpi-seis.ew.eea.europa.eu/east/georgia/study-tour-environmental-information-and-education-centre-eiec-republic-georgia

For more information, please contact Inese Podgaiska: inese.podgaiska@eea.europa.eu

Release date 10/11/2014

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