CEPL promotes research excellence in the areas of environmental policy and law, including the complex relationships between the latter and social and economic issues.
In addition to its own research projects, CEPL seeks to serve as a focal point for integrating environmental policy and law research on the post-socialist region and facilitate connections between researchers and institutions engaged in similar work.
CEPL is active on the following issues related to EEN policy priorities:
CEPL is a full Member since 2005.
Ms. Tamara Steiger
1051 Budapest HUNGARY
Written on 8 October 2006.
HEAL (then EEN) has been awarded the Children’s Environmental Health Recognition Award 2006.
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