19 – 21 January 2021
The National Audit Office of Lithuania is holding the 4th Conference on Sustainable Development SIGNALS 2020 on 25 November.Conference SIGNALS is an annual event organised since 2017 by the NAOL for Lithuanian public sector representatives. Its national popularity has reached some 500 participants in 2019; it is broadcast live by the National Radio and Television and covered by numerous quality media outlets. Prominent national and international speakers, experts from the academia, policy makers, and public figures give speeches and take part in conference discussions.
A strong focus of the SIGNALS 2020 is placed on the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals: the actions that need to be taken to reduce the impact of climate change; the role of education in closing the achievement gap and reducing the digital divide. The importance of data in making vital national decisions will also be covered.
In light of the current global situation, SIGNALS 2020 is planned as both a live and virtual event, with simultaneous English interpretation. The conference will be open to EUROSAI and INTOSAI communities. Since one of the conference‘s key topics is climate change, it might be relevant to EUROSAI WGEA members as well.
More information and registration to SIGNALS 2020 are available at signals.lt/en.
The topic was:
Air quality and urban traffic – problems and possible solutions in auditing tasks.
Latest Environmental Audits
(30.01.2019) Results of EUROSAI WGEA cooperative audit on air quality performed by 16 SAIs and led by the SAIs of the Netherlands and Poland are now published. Documents: press release and joint report. Click here for a video by the SAI of Poland.
(05.10.2018) EUROSAI WGEA cooperative audit on energy efficiency of public sector buildings conducted by 8 SAIs is now finalized. You will find the press release and the report here.
EUROSAI WGEA Spring Session will be held online on 26-27 April 2021
The topic is: Waste management
(29.04.2020) Pre-registration is open for the EEEN2020 taking place Nov 4-5 in Helsinki. Colleagues from the Finnish SAI are shouldering the event focused on SDG implementation and policy evaluation.