Experts of the Umweltbundesamt, the Environment Agency Austria, train Uzbek authorities in sustainable water management.
Umweltbundesamt and Kyrgyzstan will cooperate in the field of environmental protection.
The European Environment Agency invites European citizens to participate in this year's photo competition NATURE@work, open to all European citizens over the age of 18. Photos can be submitted until 15 August.
In the next two years Environment Agency Austria and Partners will make the Danube region a sustainable mobility ‘model region’ for Europe
In the next two years experts of the Environment Agency Austria and their partners will support the Azerbaijan authorities in modernising the air quality monitoring system.
The new co-operation project focuses on environmental inspection and environmental standards of Croatian industrial plants. At the kick-off meeting in Zagreb, Umweltbundesamt experts presented the work programme to their Croatian Partners.
Cross-border water project in six countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
Networking with science, the economy, administration and politics will continue to dominate the Environment Agency Austria’s activities in 2017. The focus will be on international engagement.
A delegation of Usbek water management experts is currently visiting the Environment Agency Austria to find out how water resources can be used economically and efficiently. The Austrian experts are giving their guests an insight into the Austrian water information system WISA and its applications.
A high-level delegation of Israel's Ministry of Environmental Protection is currently visiting the Environment Agency Austria as part of a study tour to Austria and Germany. The aim is to find out about permitting procedures for industrial installations and approaches to environmental inspection in Europe.
Since May 2015 experts of the Umweltbundesamt have been working together with the Macedonian Environmental Information Centre in order to build up emission inventories and emission reduction programmes.
Under HBM4EU more than 100 organisations from 26 countries will be working on putting together and expanding Human Biomonitoring activities in Europe so that they will become an established practice tool in European environmental, chemicals and health policy.
According to the Environment Agency Austria’s annual statement of emissions for 2015, Austria’s greenhouse gas emissions increased by 3.2% increase between 2014 and 2015, amounting to 78.9 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent in 2015.