Taxonomy Term List

Community Learning and Institutional Capacity Building for Global Environmental Management and Poverty Reduction in Tajikistan - Project Document (2008)

The project aims to expand Tajikistan’s capacity to generate global environmental benefits through educating and involving diverse stakeholders in addressing Rio Convention themes at national and local levels. The project will build capacity to use two key environmental management tools to implement the Rio Conventions and to reduce poverty. The first is “environmental learning” (EL) which, according to the Tajik Government’s approach, includes both formal environmental education (EE) in schools and informal environmental learning (EL) for all sectors of society.

Strengthening Coordination for Effective Environmental Management (STREEM) in the Philippines - Project Document (2009)

The STREEM Project aims to generate global environmental benefits through improved coordination in the implementation of the three Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEA), also referred to as the Rio Conventions, in the Philippines.

Developing Policy-Relevant Capacity for Implementation of the Global Environmental Conventions in Jordan - Official Document (2008)

The project’s long-term goal is to develop the policy and legal frameworks in Jordan to strengthen compliance with Global Environmental conventions.

Piloting Natural Resource Valuation within Environmental Impact Assessments in Jamaica - Project Document (2007)

The objective of this project is to develop a set of natural resource valuation tools, and incorporate these into policies and procedures governing the preparation and use of Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA). The project will demonstrate the use of these techniques to improve the decision-making process concerning economic development projects that may potentially affect the environment.

Serbia- Second National Communication Project Document

Establishing the Ghana Environmental Conventions Coordination Authority (GECCA) - Project Document (February 2008)

The proposed project is designed to improve coordination structures and mechanisms so that stakeholders in Ghana are addressing climate change related needs in an effective manner. The proposed project will first help the Government to merge all existing management structures at national level into one structure consisting of the Ghana Environmental Conventions Coordinating Authority (GECCA) and its Secretariat. The project will then help these mechanisms become operational by building their capacity and supporting them to perform specific tasks.

Integrating Global Environmental Issues into Bulgaria’s Regional Development Process - Project Document (2006)

The project strategy is to promote a proactive integration of global environmental issues into the very process of regional and local development, as well as spatial planning, both of which are managed by the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works. This would be achieved by developing the capacity of MRDPW and MOEW to integrate global environmental objectives into the regional and local development policies and practices, as well as into spatial planning documents.

Zambia- Second National Communication Project Document

Yemen- Second National Communication Project Document

Tuvalu- Second National Communication Project Document