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About the Regional Environmental Center
for Central and Eastern Europe (REC)
 

  The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) carries out its mission through its topic areas. The REC maintains a thorough list of its current projects online.



REC Head Office building

The REC has studied the region's environment and guided its stakeholders for more than 15 years. REC experience and knowledge, gained in concert with its donors and beneficiaries alike, represent both an asset for future work and a responsibility of everyone involved.

Head Office, Country Offices
The REC has its head office in Szentendre, Hungary, and country offices in 17 Central and Eastern European countries.

REC Video
This 9-minute video introducing the REC, its achievements and future goals was produced with the financial support of the Ministry for the Environment and Territory of Italy.
It is available for downolad in two languages and two formats:
English Win. Media (15 Mbyte WMV file), DivX (90 Mbyte AVI file)
Hungarian Win. Media (15 Mbyte WMV file), DivX (90 Mbyte AVI file)

Organisational and Financial Information
The REC's projects are financed by a wide range of international donor organisations. Please see the REC's Statement of Contributions for details.
The REC collaborates closely with the Japan Special Fund and the Italian Trust Fund.
The REC's work is supervised and managed by its Board of Directors, General Assembly and Management Team
The REC celebrated the 15th anniversary of its foundation in 2005.
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