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Capacity Development for Climate Policy in the Western Balkan Countries, the Eastern Partnership, Russia and Central Asia

As of: August 2018

Objective and activities

The project supports the partner countries in their transformation process to an open market economy while at the same time integrating ambitious climate policies. Therefore, capacities of public decision-makers and institutions concerned with the necessary integrated and inter-institutional planning processes in selected pilot countries are strengthened. Effective knowledge management aims to achieve a multiplier effect in other countries of the project region and to contribute to common learning experiences through exchange. Additionally, the dialogue process of the BMUB together with the partner countries fosters ambitious climate policy in the region. The project supports the implementation of national climate protection efforts as well as a sustainable and competitive economic development. In four pilot countries, Georgia, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Republic of Moldova and Mongolia the project improves the national framework for effective climate protection policy.

Predecessor project(s)
Capacity Development for Sustainable Energy and Climate Policy in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia
Capacity Development for Climate Policies in the Western Balkans, CEE and Central Asia

Project data

worldwide, Georgia, Moldova, Mongolia, Serbia

Implementing organisation:
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

Partner institution(s):
  • Diverse climate change relevant institutions in the respective partner countries/Diverse klimarelevante Institutionen in den entsprechenden Partnerländern," Ministry of Environment , Green Development and Tourism - Mongolia", Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection - Georgia
  • Diverse partner institutions (governmental institutions and non-governmental organisations)

BMU grant:
€ 10,100,000

06/2017 till 03/2021


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