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Yerezhepkyzy, R.a , Egorov, A.b , Sadvokassov, A.c , Shestak, V. d Implementing the aarhus convention (2021) European Energy and Environmental Law Review, 30 (4), pp. 120-127.

a Department of Financial and Ecological Law, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan

b Department of Public Law Disciplines, Pskov Branch of the Academy of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, Pskov, Russian Federation

c Institute of Management, The Academy of Public Administra-tion under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, NurSultan, Kazakhstan

d Department of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Criminology, MGIMO University, Moscow, Russian Federation

Краткое описание The United Nations Economic Convention for Europe Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in DecisionMaking and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters (Aarhus Conven-tion) is a peremptory international treaty that enshrines the procedural public rights to access environmental information, to make decisions regarding the environment, and to protect the right to a healthy environment. However, the Russian Federation is still not a party to this Conven-tion. The analysis of the legislation of the Russian Federation in the context of its compliance with the Aarhus Convention is carried out to identify the reasons for not ratifying this agreement. The article aims to: 1) argue the need to ratify the Aarhus Convention by the Russian Federation; 2) develop an effective legal mechanism to ensure the implementation of its provisions. By applying the conceptual method, the provisions of the Aarhus Convention were analysed, its key requirements were studied, and the fundamental role of this treaty in the field of harmonizing relations ‘human-environment’ was determined. Through the combined application of conceptual and comparative methods, an analysis of the environmental legislation of the Russian Federation, the Republic of Kazakhstan, and the Republic of Belarus was carried out. Through the combined application of statistical and comparative methods, the effective-ness of environmental policy in the studied states in the context of the Aarhus Convention was identified and compared. As a result of the study, the need for the ratification of the Aarhus Convention by the Russian Federation was stated along with measures proposed for Convention implementation. In addi-tion, attention was focused on the need for a com-prehensive approach to the implementation of the provisions of this Convention.

© 2021, Kluwer Law International.

All rights reserved. Ключевые слова автора Access to environmental information; Access to justice; Criminal liability; Environmental legislation; Healthy environment; international law

Сведения о финансировании Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of KazakhstanAP08857095-OT-20 Roza Yerezhepkyzy was funded by the Science Committee of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan (Grant No. AP08857095-OT-20).

Издатель: Kluwer Law International ISSN: 18793886 Язык оригинального документа: English Сокращенное название источника: Eur. Energy Environ. Law Rev. 2-s2.0-85111292511

Тип документа: Article

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