8-10 June 2016 Batumi, Adjara, Georgia
Eighth Environment for Europe Ministerial Conference

This conference will address: the environmental dimension of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the pan-European region, including multilateral environmental agreements, mechanisms, policies and institutions supporting the 2030 Agenda, and review of the pan-European environment. It will also discuss: 10 years of education for sustainable development; greening the economy in the pan-European region; and improving air quality for a better environment and human health. The ‘Environment for Europe' process is a partnership of member States within the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) region, UN and other intergovernmental organizations, regional environmental centers, non-governmental organizations, the private sector and other major groups. The Environment for Europe process and its Ministerial Conferences provide a high-level platform for stakeholders to discuss environmental priorities across the 56 UNECE countries. It focuses, in particular, on helping countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia and of South-Eastern Europe to improve their environmental standards. This meeting is being organized by the UNECE.  

dates: 8-10 June 2016  
venue: Batumi Sheraton Hotel, 26-28 Rustaveli Avenue  
location: Batumi, Adjara, Georgia  
contact: Zaal Lomtadze, Secretary to the Conference, UNECE  
e-mail: efe@unece.org  
www: http://www.unece.org/environmental-policy/environment-for-europe/efe-conferences/batumi-conference/welcome.html