UNECE And FAO Funded Project: Sustainable Forest Management For Greener Economies In The Caucasus And Central Asia
To strengthen the national capacity of countries in the Caucasus and Central Asia to enhance the contribution of their forest sector to greener economies through sustainable forest management.
EU ENPI East - Waste Governance
Overall objective of the project, of which this contract will be a part, is to reduce the risks arising from inappropriate management of wastes in the ENPI East, that thereby create environmental pollution hazards to the community and to natural resources, through cooperation with, and among, partner states in the region.
Identification and Implementation of Adaptation Response to Climate Change Impact for Conservation and Sustainable Use of Agro-Biodiversity in Arid and Semi-Arid Ecosistems of South Caucasus
The project has the regional scope and will address policy and institutional issues in the South Caucasus countries as well as pilot the activities in selected rural communities located in arid and semi-arid geographical areas to promote community based sustainable practices for agro-biodiversity use and conservation to reduce risk of climate change negative impact that benefit both the rural population and the environment.
Support Development of Biodiversity Conservation Policies and Practices in Mountain Regions of the South Caucasus
The Major Goal of the project ‘’Support Development of Biodiversity Conservation Policies and Practices in Mountain Regions of the South Caucasus’’ implemented by REC Caucasus is to build capacity of local communities and authorities to address biodiversity loss in forest ecosystems of mountain regions of South Caucasus in order to improve participatory biodiversity management.
Prevention, Preparedness and Response to Man-made and Natural-Disasters in the ENPI East Region” (PPRD-EAST)
The mission of the project is to raise awareness on DRR issues and improve collaboration between different stakeholders on national and regional levels via pinformation , communications and public relations.
Views from the Frontline
Today, on December 26, 2018 around 70 participants gathered to agree on activities, outcome and output level results to be achieved in the frame of upcoming GEF funded project “Georgia’s Integrated Transparency Framework for Implementation of the Paris Agreement (CBIT)”. The project is initiated by the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture (MEPA) and implemented by UN