ECI Granted UNEA Observer Status

The Environmental Compliance Institute has been granted Accreditation as an Observer to the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) – the Governing    Body of UN Environment. The Accreditation was effected on 28th July 2016 following a successful application by ECI to the UNEA Secretariat.  The Accreditation is an important milestone for ECI at a time when...
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Toxicological Risk Assessment Workshop held in Nairobi

On 21st – 23rd June 2016, the Environmental Compliance Institute (ECI) through its regional network – the East African Network for Environmental Compliance & Enforcement (EANECE) – hosted a regional workshop on Toxicological Risk Assessment.  The workshop was held in Nairobi and brought together 45 scientists with expertise in toxicology, pharmacology and environmental science with...
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ECI Holds Capacity Building Workshop For African Journalists On MEAs

The Environmental Compliance Institute (ECI) held a capacity building workshop for African Journalists on Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) at The Laico Regency Hotel in Nairobi from 15-16 October 2015. The forum brought together forty journalists from the four African sub-regions (Eastern, Western, Northern and Southern Africa). It was held in partnership with Media for Environment,...
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EANECE Concludes Annual Capacity Building Workshops

The East African Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement (EANECE) has just concluded its 2014 Capacity Building Workshops. This year’s workshops were made possible with the support of DANIDA-Kenya under its ongoing Natural Resources Management Programme (NRMP) and Kenya’s National Environment Management Authority (NEMA). The workshops focused on the Principles of Environmental Compliance and Enforcement...
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USEPA and EANECE Hold Public Participation Workshop in Nairobi

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency partnered with EANECE to deliver the Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making Workshop in Nairobi, Kenya on 11-12 February, 2014. This was part of USEPA’s continued efforts to promote and increase the involvement of the public in environmental decision-making processes domestically and internationally. The objectives of the workshop were to: share...
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