ENVSEC publications by region

ENVSEC publications for Eastern Europe



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Climate Change in Eastern Europe

The publication explores the impacts of climate change on Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine. It integrates available knowledge, primarily accumulated by scientists and practitioners in these countries, about climate change in Eastern Europe, its impacts, and the countries’ attempts to cope with them. The report was launched at the 7th Ministerial conference "Environment for Europe" in Astana in September 2011.

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Experience of the European Union in Adaptation to Climate Change and its Application to Ukraine

This publication aims to offer practical guidance and background information to the government of Ukraine on how to undertake adaptation activities. Based on the EU experience the study provides examples of current adaptation policy measures and discusses options to finance adaptation activities. Findings of this research were presented to and discussed with the Ukrainian authorities in February 2012.

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ENVSEC report: Transboundary Cooperation and Sustainable Management of the Dniester River Basin

A publication presents the achievements of the Environment and Security Initiative (ENVSEC) project “Transboundary Co-operation and Sustainable Management in the Dniester River Basin: Phase III – Implementation of the Action Programme”. The project was led and implemented by three of the ENVSEC partners, UNECE, OSCE and UNEP.

Project activities, transboundary water monitoring, fish fauna conservation, information sharing on the basin level, public awareness, and reducing vulnerability to extreme floods and climate change, and development and signing of the Moldovan-Ukrainian Dniester River basin Treaty, are described in the publication.

The signing ceremony took place at the sixth session of the Meeting of the Parties to the UNECE Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes (Water Convention) in Rome in November 2012.

The publication provides recommendations for further activities in the Dniester basin and is a valuable reference for the further development of the transboundary integrated water resources management.

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Manual for trainers “Detection and prevention of illegal transboundary movement of waste and other environment-sensitive commodities”

The Manual is aimed to help trainers at the training courses for customs and border guard authorities, environmental inspectors and other responsible authorities to deliver lectures and practical exercises on a broad topic “Detection and prevention of illegal transboundary movement of waste and other environment-sensitive commodities”.

The Manual provides general advice to the trainers, a list of topics recommended for the presentation, offers teaching methods for each topic, as well as provides a list of recommended literature and Internet sources.

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Illegal logging in Ukraine. Fact finding (in English and Ukrainian)


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Illegal logging in Ukraine. Diagnostic audit (in English and Ukrainian)


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Republic of Belarus: Environment and Safety. Background paper for UNEP, 2006


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The land of our concern. Based on material from the reports on the state of the natural environment in the Donetsk Oblast in 2007-2009

Based on the assessment of 2007-2009 data, the report presents environmental situation in the Donetsk region (oblast) of Ukraine. The analysis shows the region's environmental, social and economic conditions, and the environmental impacts of economic activities. The report highlights issues such as air quality and pollution, water and land resources, climate change, biodiversity, waste management, health and industrial safety. Indicators in the report show environmental trends over time as well as map the issues within the region. Comparisons are drawn with other parts of Ukraine and with EU member-states. The report concludes with the priorities and the set-up for managing and monitoring the region\'s environment. Donetsk, 2010.

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COALLAND: Faces of Donetsk

The publication summarizes several years of cooperation with the authorities and people of the Donetsk region, an important coal-producing, industrial and political centre of Ukraine. It presents to the broad audience the features of Donetsk environment, history, economy and everyday life, as well as the findings of the ENVSEC risk assessment analysis, highlighting the need for solid risk assessment and the potential sources of risk associated with mining activities in Donetsk.

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ENVSEC Work Programme in Eastern Europe, February 2011


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ENVSEC Eastern Europe News and Outlook November 2007


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ENVSEC Eastern Europe News and Outlook July 2007


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Environment and Security: Transforming risks into cooperation - The case of Eastern Europe


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ENVSEC priority areas in Eastern Europe. Poster


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Environment and security in Eastern Europe. Background paper for consultations in Chisinau-Kyiv-Minsk, UNEP, 2006


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Identification and description of key environmental and security problems in the Republic of Moldova. Background paper for UNEP, 2006


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Identification and review of key environment and security problems in the Transnistrian region, Republic of Moldova. Background paper for UNEP, 2006


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Ukraine country chapter for ENVSEC. Background paper for UNEP, 2006


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Monograph on water management on the upper Pripyat

The monograph, prepared by the project team and published in Minsk, summarises water and ecological issues with the upper Pripyat river and the Beloozerskaya Water Feed System of the Dnieper-Bug canal, the transboundary water systems shared by Belarus and Ukraine.

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ENVSEC Eastern Europe News and Outlook May 2009


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ENVSEC Regional Work Programme, April 2008


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ENVSEC Eastern Europe News and Outlook April 2008


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