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Pilot Project in Belarus – the use of Peatlands’ vegetal biomass for energy production, construction and other purposes: how to achieve the desired goals?
April 19, 2016

On 8 April, the EU/UNDP Project “Clima-East: Conservation and sustainable management of peatlands in Belarus to minimize carbon emissions and help ecosystems to adapt to climate change” hosted a round table in Minsk. The main issue, the Use of peatlands’ vegetal biomass for energy production, construction and other purposes, covered… Read more »

Pilot Project in Armenia: Works Resumed at New Forest Belt Establishment Site in ‪Tsovak‬ Community
April 15, 2016

Spring infilling activities launched on 18.2 ha pilot site in Tsovak community of ‪‎Gegharkunik‬ Marz. New mature seedlings will be planted to replace non survived ones to be followed by irrigation.
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Pilot Project in Armenia: Field Road Rehabilitation Activities in ‪‎Tsapatagh ‬Community
April 14, 2016

Field road rehabilitation activities in ‪Tsapatagh‬ community of ‪Gegharkunik‬ Marz aimed at improving access to summers pastures.
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Pilot Project in Armenia: Works Resumed at New Forest Belt Establishment Site in ‪Gegharkunik‬

Spring infilling activities launched on the pilot site in Tsovak sector of Vardenis Branch of Sevan National Park. Over 2000 new mature seedlings of walnut, feral apple, plum and ash-tree were planted to replace non survived ones. Preparatory activities for irrigation of 15 ha new forest belt site also conducted…. Read more »

Pilot Project in Armenia: Field Roads Rehabilitation
April 11, 2016

Rehabilitation of field roads is underway in ‎Tsapatagh‬ community of RoA ‪Gegharkunik‬ Marz to ensure improved access to summer pastures and reduce grazing burden on winter pastures…. Read more »

Pilot Project in Komi and NAO: Business plans for community-focused projects for reindeer breeders
March 23, 2016

The ecosystems of the Republic of Komi and the Nenets Autonomous Area (NAO) mainly belong to the Barents Sea basin. They are permafrost forest and marsh ecosystems, which are major reservoirs of carbon and the source of the most valuable biological diversity. At the same time they are areas where… Read more »

Pilot Project in Komi and NAO: Safeguarding virgin forests

The National Park “Yugyd va” is the largest national park in Russia and one of the largest national parks in the world. 56% of its area is occupied by unique primary forests. The northern area of the National Park “Yugyd va” (in the Inta region) is the most vulnerable. Various… Read more »

Be on the same wave – Clima East Expert Facility in Belarus
March 16, 2016

In the end of February 2016, within the framework of the Expert Facility under the international and regional Clima East Project, the implementation of the project “Development of a MRV system on greenhouse gas emissions for the major enterprises of the Republic of Belarus” began, in accordance with the application… Read more »

Clima East is supporting the promotion of Climate Smart Agriculture practices in Armenia and Georgia
February 11, 2016

A Clima East Expert Facility (CEEF) assignment on ‘Promoting Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) practice in Georgia and Armenia was launched in 2015, following an application by two Civil Society Organisations (CSOs): Caucasus Environmental NGO Network (CENN) from Georgia and Green Lane from Armenia. The two applicants pursued a similar objective:… Read more »

Pilot Project in Komi and NAO: Ecological restoration in the Arctic: review of the International and Russian experience
February 2, 2016

The work on Contract № 133у-2015 as of 22.05.2015 concluded with the limited liability company “The Agency for Systems Analysis” to update the legal framework analysis concerning the possible implementation of ecosystem ecological restoration techniques and provide academic and technical editing of the review of ecological restoration experience is completed…. Read more »