Proposal (max 10 MB) may be submitted by email to: [email protected] with the indication of Ref.2017-0054 in the subject line not later than October 1, 2017
Joint EU/UNDP/UNECE “Supporting Kazakhstan’s Transition to a Green Economy Model” aims to support Kazakhstan in achieving long-term sustainable development through the transition to a model of “green economy”. The project anticipates the development of appropriate political, legal and regulatory guidelines and specific mechanisms to encourage the sustainable development of water resources management, methodological approaches and tools, as well as possible solutions to the technological and infrastructural problems.
The Project is being developed in consultation with key stakeholders, in full alignment with the policy priorities of the Government of Kazakhstan. National ownership is ensured through active participation of national Governmental and non-governmental institutions. To ensure long-term sustainable impact, the Project builds upon experiences and lessons learnt previously, and synergizes with on-going sustainable development activities.
The overall objective of the Project is to contribute to Kazakhstan’s long-term environmental sustainability and inclusive economic development, supporting the country’s transition to a Green Economy Model.
The specific objectives of the Project are:
(i) To contribute to sustainable water management policies and practices;
(ii) To promote a modernized environmental governance system, generating incentives for transition to a Green Economy Model, focusing on water resources and climate change; and
(iii) To promote GE transition at local level, focusing on water resources and climate change.
The main objective of the work is to analyze the implementation of the Output 4: Quick-win operational highly visible and replicable GE pilot actions with demonstrable effects at local (region/city/district) levels implemented activity 4.1. Demonstration projects in key sectors. To develop recommendation for the sustainability and further replication of the 4 pilot projects and 14 grant projects implemented. Preparation of a comprehensive report summarizing the achievements of the project results under Output 4, lessons learnt and recommendations
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