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Sometimes the changes happens in the budget in the middle of the year and budget information of next year published in the end of past year. The data seems to be openly licensed but I can't find a link to the license.
It seems to be openly licensed, but I can't find the URL.
QA review - Doc files are not machine readable. Change the question from Yes to No.
It is openly licensed but I can't find the link to the license.
its seem Air Quality is been Measured but the data not fond in a Government Website
link to a Report Improvement of Legislation on Assessment and Management of Ambient Air from the Report 2.1. OVERVIEW OF AIR POLLUTANTS RELEVANT TO AZERBAIJAN Monitoring of pollution of ambient air in Azerbaijan is conducted by the Department of National Environmental Monitoring in accordance with the statute “On the rules of implementation of state monitoring of the environment and natural resources” prepared by the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, and approved by the resolution No.90 of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan dated 1 July, 2004. There are 3 categories of observation and control stations in order to determine concentration of sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, dust, phenol, and other noxious substances. Observations on the pollution of ambient air are carried out at stationary and mobile stations. Stationary and mobile stations are supposed to be established by taking into account the area, landscape, industrial development, mobile pollution sources, and number of population of each city (settlement) as follows: 50 000 inhabitants - 1 monitoring station; 50 000-100 000 inhabitants - 2 monitoring stations; 200 000-500 000 inhabitants - 2-3 monitoring stations, etc. Monitoring and observation of pollution of ambient air is regularly conducted at 26 observation stations located in eight big industrial cities of the Republic of Azerbaijan (Baku, Sumgayit, Nakhchivan, Ganja, Mingachevir, Shirvan, Lankaran, Sheki),covering basic polluting ingredients (dust, sulphur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide), and specific harmful substances corresponding to the industrial profile of each city. The number of stations is compliant with the above-mentioned criteria, except for Baku city, where there are fewer stations than it would be necessary
The data seems to exist. The IBP's Open Budget Survey reports that there are Year end reports and audit reports public but looking through the Open Budget Library the year end reports are fairly old (2013) so the data is possibly not completely digital.
The weather forecast for each day is on the official page of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, with a short description. I couldn't identify any database with historical temperature data.
It doesn’t exist in the website of Azersu and Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Azerbaijan Republic. And they don’t share information about this. But you can find it in different websites which is not updated information (http://sei.az/upload/files/azsustandart_final.pdf)
Azerbaijan has a post code system http://www.upu.int/fileadmin/documentsFiles/activities/addressingUnit/azeEn.pdf but no official data is available.
Post code data is available at charge here http://www.geopostcodes.com/Azerbaijan
The data seem to exist, but is not public.
There is not evidence of a companies register such as we are looking for. The Ministry of Taxes has a "state register of business entities" which is searchable, but it is geared towards taxes, thus it only provides company names and Taxpayer Identification Number - not company registration number or any other company details. https://www.e-taxes.gov.az/ebyn/commersialChecker.jsp
- Georg Neumann
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- Neal Bastek
- Codrina Maria Ilie
- Mor Rubinstein
- Codrina Maria Ilie