Annual Status of the Environment Report - 2001

The Annual Status of the Environment Report is prepared pursuant to Art. 22 of the Law on Environment Protection.1 The Report is prepared by an expert group of the Ministry of Environment and Water and the Executive Environmental Agency with the Ministry. For its preparation information and data have been used provided by the following sources: the National Automated Ecological Monitoring System managed by the Executive Environment Agency with the MoEW, the National Statistical Institute, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works, the State Agency of Energy and Energy resources. The Report was adopted by Resolution No.239/15.04.2003 of the Council of Ministers. The Report is aiming at the public information about the environment status in 2000, the trends and dynamics of the changes compared to the previous years, the solved and outstanding problems, the implemented major legislative and administrative measures and projects in the field of environment.

The Report consists of four sections:

   
Ecological Status and Natural Resources  
Political Instruments  
Impact of Economic Branches on Environment  
European Integration and International Cooperation  
   
1The Report on the State of Environment (Green Book) in 2001 is published behind schedule because the basic data at national level is processed by NSI till the end of November of the last year.

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