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28 Aug 2019 - outreach-material - project: 2263 - English [BSERP] Final Seminar Presentation: BSERP Small Grants Programmes
This presentation contains: Details on SGP Phase I; Details on SGP Phase II; Key outputs of BSERP SGPs; Conclusions. Showcased at the Final Seminar of the BSERP on 14-15 February 2008, Istanbul.
07 Aug 2019 - outreach-material - project: 2263 - English [BSERP] Final Seminar Poster: BSERP Small Grants Programme
Objective of the Small Grants Programme of the GEF/UNDP Black Sea Ecosystem Recovery Project was to strengthen public participation in environmental protection through access to information, stakeholder training and awareness raising and implement...
24 May 2019 - report - project: 4452 - English Coastal blue carbon ecosystems: Opportunities for Nationally Determined Contributions. Policy brief
This policy brief examines the existing Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) and ratified National Determined Contributions (NDCs) with regard to the inclusion of specific efforts addressing blue carbon ecosystems, namely mangroves...
24 May 2019 - report - project: 4452 - English Keep it Fresh or Salty
Wetlands have been the focus of conservation and restoration efforts for over a century, and governments, international actors (NGOs and academia) and local communities around the world are now increasingly engaging in wetland restoration or avoid...
23 May 2019 - report - project: 2746 - English [Nutrient Reduction/Best Management Practice] Bosnia and Herzegovina - Water Quality Protection Project
The goal of the project is to further strengthen the capacity of local utilities and to reduce the amount of pollution discharged into the rivers Neretva and Bosna from municipal sources.
23 May 2019 - report - English (Nutrient Reduction / Best Management Practice) Hungary - Reduction of Nutrient Discharges
The key development and global environmental objectives of the project will be achieved through:(i) the development of tertiary treatment (nutrient removal) at the North Budapest WastewaterTreatment Plant(NBWWTP); (ii) the rehabilitation of wetlan...
23 May 2019 - report - English (Nutrient Reduction / Best Management Practice) Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova - Best Agricultural Practice on my Farm
The project aimed to increase the cooperation between local public authorities (LPA), farmers, local population, environmental and agriculture field NGOs etc. to promote the use of the best agriculture practices to reduce and prevent nutrient and t...
22 May 2019 - report - project: 2746 - English [Nutrient Reduction/Best Management Practice] Albania - Constructed Wetland for Nutrient Reductions in the Waters of the Tirana River
The objective of this project is to reduce nutrient pollution in the Tirana River by developingand evaluating the“first ever” constructed wetland system in Albania along the banks of the river.
20 May 2019 - report - project: 2746 - English [Nutrient Reduction/Best Management Practice] Bulgaria - Wetlands Restoration and Pollution Reduction Project
The global environmental objective of the project is to serve as a model for the reduction of transboundary nutrient pollution loads flowing into the Danube River and Black Sea basins, while conserving important endangered species in the protected...
20 May 2019 - report - project: 2746 - English [Nutrient Reduction/Best Management Practice] Hungary - Sződrákos Creek Program – Phase 2
The Tavirózsa Association, an NGO, implemented a wetlands rehabilitation demonstration project to reduce the nutrient pollution of lakes from a poorly managed sewage system. The project focused on the 132 square kilometre catchment of Sződrákos Cr...
18 Apr 2019 - experience-notes - project: 2600 - English [MedPartnership] Management and protection of Mediterranean groundwater-related coastal wetlands and their services
Coastal wetlands display a wide range of natural typologies such as springs, seepage areas, dune slacks, coastal lagoons, marshlands, abandoned stream courses, deltaic lagoons and ponds, etc., which are mostly the result of the geological processe...
05 Jan 2016 - report - project: 4452 - English Coastal “blue” carbon: A revised guide to supporting coastal wetland programs and projects using climate finance and other financial mechanisms
Compared to the 2014 report “Keep it Fresh and Salty”, this extended version is emphasizing other finance avenues which can link and complement carbon activities with non-carbon based sources of financing from the coastal and marine angle, such as...
04 Jun 2014 - project-document - project: 1123 Bulgaria Wetlands Restoration Project: Concept Paper
The objective of the project would be to reduce nutrient loads in the Danube River and Black Sea Basins. This would be achieved by restoring floodplain sites on the Danube and on the Black Sea, thus enabling them to perform their ecological fun...
22 May 2014 - publication BSERP small grants programmes
Key outputs: monitoring, legal documents, photo collections, pilot management plans, draft plans of actions, reports on state of wetlands. Presentation given during the Black Sea Ecosystem Recovery Project's Final Seminar in Istanbul, Turkey from ...
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