The strategy of the “Environmental and People's Cooperation Department” of the Lazio Region has been implemented between 2007-2009 with an integrated approach aiming at taking full advantage of the four natural elements “Earth, Water, Air and Fire”. These elements can be the guidelines of the regional action regarding two different aspects: the regulatory phase (programming and planning) and the implementation and management phase.
According to the first aspect, the results which have to be reached in the short period are as follows: improving and increasing the legal framework in the environmental sector, finalizing the sectorial planning tools and optimizing the financial programming tools, as well as strengthening the synergies set up among the structural funds in 2007/2013 (ERDF, EAFRD, ESF), the framework programme agreements and the regional financial resources. This can be done also by means of multisectoral intervention, aiming to the protection, the valorisation and the development of specific territorial contexts. Therefore, one of the main objectives is to introduce sustainability and eco-friendly criteria not only in regional environmental policies but also in the social, economic and infrastructural ones, duly disseminated through Agenda 21 Programmes.
The regional environmental strategy is turned to the implementation of the Regional Action Plan for Kyoto which objective is to face, in an integrated way and among the most remarkable issues, the problem of the emissions’ reduction in the atmosphere. Moreover, the Lazio Region publishes the Environmental Status Report (ESR). This report is intended to provide an updated situation on the environmental status of the Lazio Region. The ESR points out the emergencies, the critical situations and the intervention priorities on the territory. It can be used as an information, communication and guide tool for citizens and those working in the environmental field. Last but not least, the ESR can monitor the efficiency of the adopted environmental policies.
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Last Updated ( Thursday, 09 June 2011 11:30 )