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A second (final) version of a format  of description of the case studies dealing with public participation in a transboundary EIA


No of Case Study

1.Information about the project (title, activity; stage of EIA procedure):

2.1Party of origin (PO): was PO a Party of the Convention during the EIA procedure (YES/NO):

2.2.Affected Party (AP): was AP a Party of the Convention during the EIA procedure(YES/NO):

3.Special agreement between Parties about transboundary EIA and/or Joint body:

4.Proponent (title (if possible); public/private):  

5. Notification of public of PO – according to national legislation  (Yes/No):

6. Notification of public of AP:

       6.1.In what stage:

       6.2.Who informed public:

       6.3.Methods used for public notification:

       6.4.Number of sets of EIA information transmitted to public of AP:

7.Translation of EIA documentation for public of AP ( Yes/No):

        7.1.All EIA documentation / summary:

        7.2.Translation was undertaken by:

        7.3.Payment was covered by:

8.Time limits established for receiving comments or objections(c/o) from public:

9.Collecting the comments or objections(c/o) of  public of AP:

      9.1.Who collected  c/o:

       9.2.Methods used for collecting c/o:

      9.3.Number of received c/o of public of AP:

10.Cost of public participation (total sum; who cover this cost):

11.Transmission of c/o of public of AP to the competent authority (CA) of PO:

       11.1.Who sent c/o of  public of AP to the CA of PO:  

       11.2.Who made translation of these c/o:

       11.3.Did CA of AP receive c/o of  public of AP which were sent to the CA of  PO:

12.Taking into account in final decision outcome of EIA, including public comments or objections on the proposed activity and public comments on EIA documentation:  

13.Difficulties encountered:

14.Case study was presented by: