The overall objective of DOTCOM Waste is to increase the capabilities of law enforcement agencies (LEAs), customs and port authorities, environmental agencies, and prosecutors to fight cross-border waste crime more cost effectively. IMPEL was a member of the high-level advisory board, established to act as a soundboard for the activities and directions of the project…. [Read more]
Archives for December 2017
The 16th IMPEL General Assembly was held 6 and 7 December in Tallinn, Estonia. Agenda items included IMPEL’s position regarding the Environmental Compliance Assurance Initiative, outcomes of a study on Implementation Challenges among environmental authorities, expanding IMPEL’s membership, and approving project reports and the work programme and budget for 2018. The meeting also welcomed two… [Read more]
To celebrate 25 years of IMPEL, the network issued a special edition of its newsletter. It features some of its main achievements and impacts and an outlook view on IMPEL’s future by the Chair of IMPEL.
What means IMPEL for you? Please share your views and opinions by using the #25yearsofimpel — IMPEL Network (@IMPELNetwork) December 5, 2017