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State of Environment reports - National
  • State of the Environment Report: Republic of Macedonia 2000
    2000 Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning, Republic of Macedonia
    This report assesses the air, water, waste, biodiversity, forest, soil and ozone in the Republic of Macedonia. The driving forces-state-pressure-impact-response framework is used for some factors, while a general assessment is used for others.
  • State of Environment in Republic of Macedonia, 1998
    1998 Ministry of Urban Planning, Construction and Environment, Republic of Macedonia
    This report includes information on Macedonia's environmental management, standards, regulations and priority activities. Ten sectors are assessed: population, air, water, waste, land, forests, natural heritage, cultural heritage, noise and ozone.
State of Environment reports - Local
  • Analytical Results of UNEP Field Samples from Industrial Hot Spots and Refugee Sites in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 2000
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    2000 UNEP Balkans
    During the week of 10-17 September 2000, a UNEP mission visited the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYR of Macedonia) to assess environmental conditions in the aftermath of the Kosovo conflict. The ‘hot spot’ subgroup visited ten environmental sites throughout the country. At the sites, UNEP experts met with company and local officials, inspected facilities and environmental conditions, and took samples, as appropriate. This report summarizes UNEP’s sample results and contains expert observations on site conditions.
  • Environmental Impacts of the Refugee Influx in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 2000
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    2000 UNEP Balkans
    The purpose of this report is to assess the impacts of the 1999 refugee influx on the environment of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The report concludes that the long-term environmental impacts of refugee influxes to FYR of Macedonia are minimal. The report provides site-specific recommendations for each of the assessed camps and collective centers, and also considers actions that can be taken to further integrate environmental protection into future refugee operations.
State of Environment reports - Thematic
  • Biodiversity, Republic of Macedonia 2000
    2000 Ministry of Environment
    Report on the state and protection of biodiversity in the Republic of Macedonia.
  • Post-Conflict Environmental Assessment - FYR of Macedonia 2000
    2000 United Nations Envrionment Programme
    UNEP identified environmental 'hot spot' conditions during its field mission which require urgent attention in order to halt serious risks to public health and the natural environment. The international community should immediately provide technical and financial assistance to these priority areas. The long-term environmental impacts of refugee influxes to FYR of Macedonia are considered to be minimal. The Government of FYR of Macedonia has taken significant strides toward developing its environmental protection capacities. Government environmental responsibilities, however, need to be better coordinated, and the MEPP's funding base greatly improved. Environmental monitoring is insufficient and not adequately linked to public health. Enforcement of regulations is weak, and can be strengthened through the creation of a permitting system.
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