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Comments of the Minister of the Environment Mr. Richard Brabec after his meeting with the UN Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki-moon at the flood protection system on the riverside of Prague

Comments of the Minister of the Environment Mr. Richard Brabec after his meeting with the UN Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki-moon at the flood protection system on the riverside of Prague

04.04.2014

Prague, April 4th, 2014 – “Over the course of the past decade, we have repeatedly faced devastating floods. In my view, this is, among other things, a proof of the fact that climate change has shifted from the science-fiction scenarios position to the bare reality.Display the article

Mongolian Minister of Environment visits the Czech Republic. Bilateral cooperation with the Czech Ministry of the Environment is being discussed.

Mongolian Minister of Environment visits the Czech Republic. Bilateral cooperation with the Czech Ministry of the Environment is being discussed.

31.03.2014


Mongolian Minister of Environment and Green Growth Mrs. Sanjaasuren Oyun came for a five-day visit to the Czech Republic. She discussed the cooperation between the two countries in the field of green economy and deployment of clean technologies with the Deputy Minister for EU Funds Mr. Jan Kříž. Display the article

The Ministry of the Environment will auction the rest of European emission allowances from its New Entrants Reserve

The Ministry of the Environment will auction the rest of European emission allowances from its New Entrants Reserve

05.03.2013


The revenues of the sale will be used to support energy savings in public buildings within the Green Investment Scheme.Display the article

On the basis of an intergovernmental EIA process, today the Ministry of the Environment issued an affirmative statement on environmental impact assessment for implementation of the project of a “New nuclear source at the Temelín site, including power to the Kočín distribution point“

On the basis of an intergovernmental EIA process, today the Ministry of the Environment issued an affirmative statement on environmental impact assessment for implementation of the project of a “New nuclear source at the Temelín site, including power to the Kočín distribution point“

18.01.2013


On the basis of an intergovernmental EIA process, today, 18 January 2013, the Ministry of the Environment issued an affirmative statement on environmental impact assessment for implementation of the project of a “New nuclear source at the Temelín site, including power to the Kočín distribution point“ (i.e. an EIA statement), where 90 conditions were stipulated as necessary for environmental protection, under which the project is acceptable from the viewpoint of impacts on the environment and the public health. The Ministry of the Environment thus completed one of the most demanding and professionally complicated EIA processes in history. During the entire EIA process, thousands pages of expert studies were prepared, together with analyses, expert reports and other documents, with participation by dozens of experts from the Czech Republic and abroad.Display the article

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