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Mrs. Martina Motlova

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Background

Employment History

  • Deputy Minister - Director General
    Ministry the Environment
  • President
    Hungary's National Society of Conservationists Erzsebet Schmuck
  • Czech Republic Deputy Environment Minister
    Hungary's National Society of Conservationists Erzsebet Schmuck
  • Czech Republic Deputy Environment Minister
6 Total References
Web References
CP7
www.uneptie.org, 23 Dec 2001 [cached]
Mrs Martina Motlova, Deputy Minister-Director General, Ministry the Environment, Czech RepublicChairperson:
Invitation to a Press Conference on
www.eeb.org, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
Czech Republic Deputy Environment Minister Martina Motlova,
Invitation to a Press Conference on
www.eeb.org, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
Czech Republic Deputy Environment Minister Martina Motlova,President of Hungary's National Society of Conservationists Erzsebet Schmuck,
EEB TO HOLD CONFERENCE ON EU ENLARGEMENT  The European Environmental Bureau
www.eeb.org, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
Present will be: Hungarian Environment Minister Bela Turi-Kovacs, Belgian Environment Minister Magda Aelvoet (President EU Environment Council), Czech Republic Deputy Environment Minister Martina Motlova, President of Hungary's National Society of Conservationists Erzsebet Schmuck, REC Director Toni Popovski and EEB Secretary-General John Hontelez.
7 - 13 July
www.unido.org, 17 June 2002 [cached]
The Forum was structured as follows: Round Table I - Regional Initiative: Establishment of a Fund for the Disposal of Obsolete Stockpiles of Persistent Organic Pollutants in Central and Eastern Europe, Chairperson: Slovak Minister of Environment, László Miklós; Roundtable II - International Water Management and Waste Water Treatment-related Technologies, Chairperson: Czech Deputy Minister of Environment, Martina Motlová; Roundtable III: Waste Management, Recycling Schemes and Related Technologies Chairperson: Croatian Minister of Environment, Božo Kovacevic.Papers presented at at the Forum are available at http://www.unido.org/doc/511803.htmls.
A number of recommendations were made by the Forum, among them that immediate action be taken: to find effective tools and mechanisms to implement, enforce and control the shared responsibility for a change over to cleaner technologies; to change production and consumption patterns; and to promote end-of pipe policies, tools and mechanisms.Becoming party to the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants was also high on the list of recommendations, as was the continuation of work towards the development of te CDD Forum on Remediation of Polluted Sites, being promoted by the International Centre for Science and High Technology, ICS-UNIDO as a platform of exchange of information and knowledge.
The Forum was one of a series of events being held in the region on environmental issues.
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