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Usposabljanje za izvajanje presoj vplivov na okolje.

22. oktober 2019, ARSO, Novice, Okolje

Na Agenciji Republike Slovenje za okolje smo 22. 10. 2018 v sodelovanju z Gospodarsko zbornico Slovenije izvedli usposabljanje za izvajanje presoje vplivov na okolje. Na ta način želimo pomagati vlagateljem, da bi z njihove strani prejeli formalno in vsebinsko popolne vloge ter tako omogočili hitrejše odločitve pri izdaji okoljevarstvenih dovoljenj (OVS). Nimamo neskončno mnogo virov, zato mora okoljska zakonodaja postavljati omejitve posegom v okolje, ki je okolje nas vseh. Izobraževanje …


Objavljeno 10.11.2019 v/na ARSO
http://www.arso.gov.si/o%20agenciji/novice/#N17160




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