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FileProgrammes for the development of environmental education in the region of peipsi by admin — last modified Apr 06, 2010 07:28 AM
Underlying the need to enhance education which would support sustainable development, the United Nation General Assembly, in 2002, proclaimed a ‘Decade of Education for Sustainable Development’ (2005-2014) [1]. The plan for sustainable development of the Baltic Sea region – Baltic Agenda 21 was adopted in 1998. Aiming at the implementation of Baltic 21, the ministers of the Baltic countries convened in 2000 and signed the so-called Haga Declaration, agreeing that in the promotion of sustainable development, the main emphasis has to be put on education, training and public participation
FileFeasibility study and a concept development for ecological farming in the lake peipsi basin by admin — last modified Apr 06, 2010 07:28 AM
Area of the Viru-Peipsi water management plan covers North-Eastern, Eastern and South-Eastern Estonia. Therefore 10 counties belong into this region to a greater or smaller extent. 19 towns and 70 communities entirety and 18 communities partly belongs into this region. At January 1, 2002 lived 490 thousand inhabitants in the region that is ca 35% of total population of Estonia. Surface waters of the region are rich and diverse. According to the official list of the Estonian rivers, streams and ditches (1984) there are 29 rivers longer than 50 km and 14 of them are located in the Viru-Peipsi water management region.
FileTDA of lake Peipsi/Chudskoe by admin — last modified May 15, 2012 11:54 AM
The TDA were performed by 5 experts and was primarily based on a scientific and technical assessment, through which the water-related environmental issues and problems of Lake Peipsi were identified and quantified. Besides the experts own vast knowledge and experiences in the area, data and information was collected from various projects
FileThe development plan regarding the public water supply and sewage system in the Rapina rural municipality by admin — last modified Apr 06, 2010 07:28 AM
The public contracting authority of the development plan to be compiled is the Räpina Rural Municipality Government and the development plan shall be devised for the years 2003-2015. The current initial task has been compiled proceeding from the primary vision of the public contracting authority and if required, necessary amendments may be made in the compilation development plan upon the propositions by and the agreement between the public contracting authority and that of the consultant.
FilePreventing the load from forestry in the Peipsi region by admin — last modified Apr 06, 2010 07:28 AM
Estonia is rich of forested areas, with 2142, 260 ha, or 47% of the total territory of Estonian Republic. There are 594,200 ha forested areas in Peipsi Sub-Basin and 161,954 ha forested areas in Viru Sub-Basin.
FileExtraction of peat and the reduction of the concurrent impact on ground and surface water in the Viru-Peipsi sub-basin by admin — last modified Apr 06, 2010 07:28 AM
Estonia is very rich of bogs and marshes. 1 009 101 ha or 23% of the total territory of Estonia is occupied by wetlands. The total peat reserve in Estonia is 2,37 billion tons. This reserve is divided in to active and passive ones. More than one third of Estonian active peat reserve is located in Viru-Peipsi Basin.
FileProposal for coordinated monitoring strategy and monitoring programmes on the lake peipsi by admin — last modified Apr 09, 2010 06:14 AM
One of the most important objectives of the UNDP/GEF project “Development and Implementation of the Lake Peipsi/Chudskoe Basin Management Programme” is the preparation of the program for coordinated surface water monitoring in the two countries using United Nations European Economic Commission [UN ECE] guidelines for monitoring and assessment of transboundary lakes.
FileIdentification of Uncertainties in Assessments of the Nutrient Loads and Sources to Lake Peipsi and Recommendations to the Estonian-Russian Transboundary Water Commission. 15p. - [408K] by admin — last modified Apr 06, 2010 07:28 AM
FileLake Peipsi/Chudskoe - TDA. 2005. (646 KB) by admin — last modified Apr 06, 2010 07:28 AM
This work was a subcontract within the framework of the UNDP/GEF project ”Development and Implementation of the Lake Peipsi/Chudskoe Basin Management Programme” The TDA were performed by 5 experts and was primarily based on a scientific and technical assessment, through which the water-related environmental issues and problems of Lake Peipsi were identified and quantified. Besides the experts own vast knowledge and experiences in the area, data and information was collected from various projects; in particular the following 3 projects: o EU FP5-project ‘MANTRA-East’ (website www.mantraeast.org). o VIRU-PEIPSI CAMP EU LIFE project (website www.envir.ee/viru.peipsi) project o EU TACIS CBC Baltic Line 2000 project “Environmental Management of Lake Chudskoe”. (p. 4)
FileLake Peipsi - a transboundary lake on the future border of the European Union. Article from WWF Baltic Bulletin. 2p. - [96K] by admin — last modified Apr 06, 2010 07:28 AM
FileLake Peipsi/Chudskoe/Ohrid - Strategies for Public Participation in Management of Transboundary Waters in Countries in Transition, Cases of Lake Peipsi/Chudskoe (Estonia/Russia) and Lake Ohrid (Macedonia/Albania). 2001. (449 KB) by admin — last modified Apr 14, 2014 12:02 PM
The working paper is based on a seminar “Strategies for Public Participation in the Management of Transboundary Waters in Countries in Transition: Cases of Lake Peipsi/Chudskoe (Estonia/Russia) and Lake Ohrid (Macedonia/Albania)” Tartu, 15-16 October 2001. The seminar was organised by Peipsi Center for Transboundary Cooperation (Peipsi CTC) and the Alliance for Lake Cooperation in Ohrid and Prespa (ALLCOOP). (p. 1)
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