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Policy Reponses

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  • Between 2004 and 2007 public environmental expenditure increased by 31%, rising to €82 million, which was equivalent to 1.5% of GDP.
  • In the 2007/2008 scholastic year, 76 schools took part in the EkoSkola programme, with 30,000 students participating.
  • Between 2005 and 2008 54 pieces of legislation concerning the environment were published.
  • In 2008 an IPPC permit was required for 14 industrial installations coming from the chemicals, energy, waste management and animal rearing sectors.

Policy Responses Sub-report

PR1 Public environmental expenditure
PR2 Schools covered by EkoSkola
PR3 Sites requiring Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control Permits

Public environmental expenditure
Schools covered by EkoSkola
Outstanding environmental infringements
Applications that required an EIA

Sites regulated under the IPPC Directive

Background documents & Links
A Sustainable Development Strategy for the Maltese Islands 2006-2016, Third Draft
Public Attitudes Survey for the 2008 State of the Environment Report
European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register
Malta Standards Authority
MTA eco-certification scheme
Dinja Wahda
Environmental Impact Assessment
Strategic Environmental Assessment