Black Sea Commission

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Name of Organization

The Black Sea Commission

Part of / Sub-organizations

Focus Areas

Protection of the Black Sea

Geographic Scope

Contacts

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Mission/Mandate

In 1992 the six coastal countries of Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine signed the Bucharest Convention for the Protection of the Black Sea Against Pollution. The Black Sea Commission (BSC) is the body responsible for implementing the Convention, which provides the legal framework for regional cooperation aimed at reducing pollution and protecting the marine environment. The BSC plays an important role in promoting the collaboration between different partners working to protect the Black Sea environment – particularly the work of national governments, non-government organisations and other regional projects and organisations.

Key Resources

See also complete list of WaterWiki-documented Black Sea Commission-Publications

Work on the Ground

See also complete list of WaterWiki-documented Black Sea Commission-Projects

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