Delivery of D22 1st Technical Workshop Report!

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Hello users, good news, a new deliverable is available for consultation and download in the result page, is the D22, the report of the 1st Technical Workshop on “Governance and administrative frameworks on implementation” that took place online on May the 25th, 2020.

More than 60 participants joined: the main partner participate offering important insights in the planning process and competent Authorities were also present providing further focus on national governances.Three main topics were identified: 1) Planning frameworks and planning instruments structure of each country  2) Governance frameworks of each country, 3) Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) procedures of each country. Results were quite extensive and are now available for the public.

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