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(30.01.2014) The EUROSAI WGEA presents an introduction to the topic of fraud and corruption in environmental auditing, based on experiences from the 2013 training seminar on addressing fraud and corruption issues in environmental and natural resource management.
(22.01.2014) The 12th annual meeting will be held 7-10 October 2014 in Vilnius, Lithuania. A training seminar will be organised on 6 October, prior to the meeting.
(18.09.2013) The seminar report from the EUROSAI WGEA seminar on auditing water management is now available from the website. The seminar was held in Oslo, 23-24 April 2013, covering water management models and water protection measures.
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(18.09.2013) The fifth short example of methodological practices is now available. The EUROSAI WGEA encourages all to read the examples!
(20.01.2013) The Academy of European Law will organise a conference on the European Emissions Trading System in trier, 18-19 April 2013.


(25.03.2014) This final audit in the Swedish National Audit Office audit strategy Sustainable development – climate is based on and supplements the eleven audits that have been published within the strategy between 2009 and 2013. The Swedish National Audit Office has examined whether central government uses its policy instruments so that emissions of greenhouse gases decrease in accordance with climate objectives and at reasonable cost. Side-effects and reporting were included in the audit.
(12.11.2013) The summary from the Swedish NAO's audit Energy efficiency in industry - effects of central government action (RiR 2013:) is now available. Read the summary here.
(11.10.2013) The joint report on eight audits of the enforcement of the EU Waste Shipment Regulation (ESWR) is now available. The report concludes that the EU Regulation has been implemented in all eight countries but that there are considerable differences in its enforcement from one country to another. Differences can be seen in the enforcement strategies applied by the supervisory authorities, and the number of inspectors involved and the number of inspections carried out of international waste shipments. The response to infringements of European rules also differs. The eight audits found that the authorities had only a limited insight into the effects of their inspections and had little if any insight into the reliability of the information they received on waste processing abroad.
(08.10.2013) Press release from the OAG of Norway's investigation of the Norwegian State's work on CCS is now available.


(18.12.2013) The report from the 11th Annual EUROSAI WGEA Meeting is now available. The meeting was organised in Prague, Czech Republic, 15-17 October 2013. Read the report here.
(08.10.2013) The EUROSAI WGEA will organise a training seminar on fraud and corruption the day prior to the 11th Annual EUROSAI WGEA Meeting, Monday 14 October 2013. The programme for the seminar is now available.