Contains the tools to assess implementation of several “access principles” as they relate to environmental decision-making – access to information, access to participation, access to justice, and capacity-building, with accompanying instructional text.
The Access Initiative (TAI) has developed a unique methodology allowing users to assess implementation of several “access principles” as they relate to environmental decision-making - access to information, access to participation, access to justice, and capacity-building. Assessing Information, Participation and Justice for the Environment: A Guide contains the actual tools for this assessment, with accompanying instructional text. With the resources on this CD-ROM and web-based application, new TAI partners around the world will be able to score their countries’ performance in providing access.
Download the Microsoft Access database file for computers with Access 2000 or Access XP only. - This version is interactive and allows you to run reports and store data. If you do not have Access 2000 or Access XP on your computer then you should request a full CD, which has files and instructions for older computers. If you would like to request a free copy of the CD, please email us at email@example.com with “How-to Guide Request” in the subject line.
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