Strengthening Institutional and Technical Macedonian Capacities to Enhance Transparency in the Framework of the Paris Agreement

Project Summary

To meet enhanced transparency requirements as defined in Article 13 of the Paris Agreement by strengthening institutional and technical capacity for measuring and reporting on emissions, mitigation and adaptation activities, and support received.

 

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Open Regional Fund for South-East Europe – Energy Efficiency

Project description

Title: Open
Regional Fund for South-East Europe – Energy Efficiency

Commissioned by: German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation
and Development (BMZ)

Countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, North
Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia and Croatia as model country

Lead executing agency: Regional Cooperation Council (RCC)

Communities Communicating Climate Change

CNVP, the Ecologists’ Movement of Macedonia (DEM) and the Centre for Environmental Research and Information (Eko-svest) are implementing Communities Communicating Climate Change (CCCC).

The project’s overall objective is to strengthen the impact and involvement of civil society in decision-making processes and key reforms for support of the EU accession process in Macedonia.

HCFC phase-out management plan

The preparation of the HCFCs Management Plan was conducted by a survey on installed quantities and annual consumption of HCFCs in Republic of Macedonia in accordance with the new Montreal Protocol accelerated phase-out schedule for HCFCs. A new baseline for the country, based on the average consumption in 2009-2010 and subsequent freeze in 2013 was established. The Plan is developed in a staged approach. The first stage of the planned activities covers the period from the year 2010 to 2015 and the second stage is related to the period 2016 – 2040.

ICT for Urban Resilience

Project Summary

The risk of disaster are increasing throughout the world as more people than ever before live in urban areas. At the same time, new technologies are revolutionizing social behaviour and entire industries. Unfortunately, city planning and development have given little consideration to the consequences of earthquakes, hydro-meteorological risks and other disasters. The main objective of this project is to help build greater disaster and climate resilience in Skopje by increasing institutional capacity, mobilizing knowledge and transferring appropriate best-practice innovation technologies.

Green Climate Fund Readiness

Development of environmental monitoring and information system

− Preparation of National Environmental Monitoring Strategy with Action Plan – including Nosie

− Development of National Environmental Monitoring Program – including Noise