Policymaking framework for environmental protection and sustainable development

Since Georgia’s first Environmental Performance Review (EPR) in 2003, major political changes have come about, mostly in the aftermath of the Rose Revolution of November 2003. Following the presidential elections of 4 January 2004, a host of constitutional, institutional and legislative changes took place, reflecting the President’s main priority of drastically reforming the economy in order to achieve rapid economic growth, and accelerating the privatization of State property.

Related Subject(s): Environment and Climate Change
Sustainable Development Goals:
Countries: Georgia
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