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Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Outline of the presentation
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Climate Policies Development in the RM – ongoing
process;
Consultation process for climate policies in the RM;
Climate Change Adaptation Strategy - Policy
Objectives;
Expected Implementation Costs and Stages of
Implementation of CCAS;
Activities and projects those arise from the Climate
Change Adaptation Strategy
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Climate Policies Development in the RM
– ongoing process
 By end of 2013 year, the Government of the RM will approve two
climate change policy documents, on which the MoEN and UNDP
Moldova started to work in October 2010;
 Both strategic documents were under the consultation process
with Central Public Authorities and Civil Society since 12th June to
5th July 2013:
Low Emission Development Strategy (LEDS) of the Republic of
Moldova until 2020:
<http://particip.gov.md/proiectview.php?l=ro&idd=929>;
Climate Change Adaptation Strategy (CCAS) of the Republic of
Moldova:
<http://particip.gov.md/proiectview.php?l=ro&idd=930>.
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Consultation process for climate policies
in the RM
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Climate Change Adaptation Strategy Policy Objectives
The Aim of the Climate Change Adaptation Strategy of the
Republic of Moldova is:
 “to ensure a framework when the country’s social and economic
development is resilient to the future impacts of climate change”.
The General Objective of the CCAS is:
 “to establish a strong enabling environment and clear direction
for an effective and coherent climate change adaptation process
to take place across all relevant sectors of the national
economy”.
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Climate Change Adaptation - Strategic
Policy Objectives of the CCAS (cont.)
The specific objectives of the Climate Change Adaptation
Strategy of the Republic of Moldova are:
“to improve the management and the proliferation of
information on disaster risks and climate in the Republic
of Moldova”.
“ to strengthen the institutional framework to ensure
effective implementation of adaptation to climate
change at national, sectoral and local levels”.
“to develop climate resilience through risk reduction and
adaptation to climate change in the priority sectors”.
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Expected Implementation Costs and Stages of
Implementation of CCAS
No.
Objectives and Activities
Organization Responsible
1 IMPROVE THE MANAGEMENT AND DISSEMINATION OF DISASTER AND CLIMATE RISK INFORMATION IN MOLDOVA.
Time frame
Expected Costs
1.1
Build capacities for gathering, analyzing and disseminating Ministry of Environment (Climate Change Office and National
climate risk information, including weather data, climate Hidrometeorological Service);
modeling and impact assessment.
Academy of Sciences of Moldova
2013-2017
300,000 USD
1.1.1
Develop regional climate change scenarios in the Republic of Ministry of Environment (Climate Change Office and National
Hidrometeorological Service)
Moldova for mid and long term based on AOGCM an RCM
2013-2017
30,000 USD
Construct high resolution maps of future climate conditions
Ministry of Environment (Climate Change Office and National
1.1.2 in the Republic of Moldova for different SRES A2 (High), A1B
Hidrometeorological Service)
(medium), B1 (low) emissions scenarios
2013-2017
20,000 USD
Conduct temporal and spatial analysis of trends in the
Ministry of Environment (Climate Change Office and National
1.1.3 frequency and intensity of extreme events in the Republic of
Hidrometeorological Service)
Moldova as a result of climate change
2013-2017
20,000 USD
Ministry of Environment (Climate Change Office and National
Hidrometeorological Service);
Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry;
Conduct vulnerability and risk assessment for agriculture Academy of Sciences of Moldova;
1.1.4
2013-2017
Institute of Ecology and Geography;
sector at the regional and/or district level
Institute of Pedology, Agrochemistry and Soil Protection “Nicolae Dimo”;
State Agrarian University of Moldova;
Non-Governmental Organization
30,000 USD
Ministry of Environment (Climate Change Office and National
Hidrometeorological Service);
Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry;
Academy of Sciences of Moldova;
Carry out studies on the impact of climate change on major Institute of Ecology and Geography;
1.1.5
2013-2017
State Agrarian University of Moldova;
crops and livestock
Institute of Pedology, Agrochemistry and Soil Protection “Nicolae Dimo”;
Scientific-Practical Institute of Biotechnologies in Animal Breeding and
Veterinary Medicine;
Non-Governmental Organization
40,000 USD
1.1.6
Ministry of Environment (Climate Change Office and National
Conduct the spatial assessment of the impact of climate
Hidrometeorological Service)
change on surface water and groundwater basins
Academy of Sciences of Moldova
2013-2017
30,000 USD
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Expected Implementation Costs and Stages of
Implementation of CCAS
No.
Time frame
Organization Responsible
Ministry of Health;
Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry;
Ministry of Environment (Climate Change Office and National
Hidrometeorological Service);
Assess the risks/opportunities to human health and sustainable
Ministry of Regional Development and Construction;
development of certain economic sectors (e.g., agriculture,
Local Public Authorities;
1.1.7 forestry, water resources, buildings, etc.) due to the increased
2013-2017
Academy of Sciences of Moldova
number and intensity of extremes events as result of climate
Institute of Ecology and Geography;
change
State University of Medicine and Pharmaceuticals of Moldova “Nicolae
Testimiteanu”;
State Agrarian University of Moldova;
Non-Governmental Organization
Ministry of Economy;
Ministry of Transport and Road Administration;
Conduct risk and vulnerability assessment of energy and transport Ministry of Environment (Climate Change Office and National
1.1.8
2013-2017
sectors
Hidrometeorological Service);
Technical University of Moldova;
Institute of Power Engineering
Ministry of Environment (Climate Change Office and National
Hidrometeorological Service);
1.2 Establish mechanisms for raising awareness on climate change
2013-2017
Academy of Sciences of Moldova;
Non-Governmental Organization
Ministry of Education;
Develop and implement training course for pre-elementary,
Ministry of Environment;
1.2.1 elementary, high school on mainstreaming climate change in basic
2013-2017
Academy of Sciences of Moldova;
courses
Non-Governmental Organization
Objectives and Activities
Ministry of Environment (Climate Change Office and National
Hidrometeorological Service);
Ministry of Economy;
Develop and implement accessible e-training programs and Ministry of Health;
materials (books, booklets et.) on adaptation to upgrade skills of Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry;
1.2.2
farmers, health and emergency professionals, transport planners, Ministry of Transport and Road Administration;
engineers and other professionals.
Ministry of Regional Development and Construction;
Local Public Authorities;
Academy of Sciences of Moldova;
Non-Governmental Organization
2013-2017
Expected Costs
100,000 USD
30,000 USD
200,000 USD
40,000 USD
70,000 USD
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Expected Implementation Costs and Stages of
Implementation of CCAS
No.
Time frame
Organization Responsible
Ministry of Environment (Climate Change
Office and National Hidrometeorological
Conduct Information and Education Campaign (IEC) on Climate Change (CC) to promote Service);
1.2.3 best practices and sustainable technologies through multi-media, outreach, and other Ministry of Education;
2013-2017
means of disseminating information
Academy of Sciences of Moldova;
Local Public Authorities; and
Non-Governmental Organization
Objectives and Activities
Develop a network and a roster of climate change recourses (individual experts, NGO, Ministry of Environment (Climate Change
1.2.4 academic institutions, financial institutions) that could provide services to Central and Office);
Local Public Authorities (CPAs and LPAs) on Climate Change Adaptation
Academy of Sciences of Moldova
Expected Costs
90,000 USD
2013
No need of
financial
coverage
2013-2014
No need of
financial
coverage
2.1
Revise the Regulation and the Nominal Composition of the National Commission for the
implementation and execution of UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol mechanisms and Ministry of Environment;
provisions, to consider and approve also adaptation projects, as well as to be responsible State Chancellery
for monitoring and implementation of LEDS and NCCAS
2013
No need of
financial
coverage
2.2
Build government capacities to manage and integrate climate change adaptation into Central Public Authorities;
policy and practice at both the local and national level
Local Public Authorities
2013-2017
600,000 USD
2.3
Undertake a climate risk screening of relevant national policies
Central Public Authorities
2013-2014
100,000 USD
2.4
Create a mechanism for integrating climate risk into all future policies
Central Public Authorities
2013-2014
150,000 USD
3 BUILD CLIMATE RESILIENCE THROUGH REDUCING RISK AND FACILITATING ADAPTATION IN PRIORITY SECTORS
Central Public Authorities;
3.1 Conduct a review of current adaptation activities taking place in Moldova
Academy of Sciences of Moldova
Develop Climate Change Adaptation Action Plans for each sector at high risk to climate
3.2
Central Public Authorities
impacts
2013-2014
100,000 USD
2013-2017
300,000 USD
3.3
Conduct a review and revise relevant legislative documents to ensure climate resilience
Central Public Authorities
through reducing risks and facilitating adaptation in priority sectors
2013-2017
300,000 USD
3.4
Develop a climate risk management/adaptation financing plan
Central Public Authorities;
State Chancellery
2013-2014
100,000 USD
1.3
Establish a regional coordination body with Ukraine and Romania to link activities on Ministry of Environment;
disaster and climate risk management
State Chancellery
2 ENSURE THAT CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION IS A NATIONAL AND LOCAL PRIORITY WITH A STRONG INSTITUTIONAL BASIS
TOTAL COSTS:
2,150,000 USD
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Activities and projects those arise from the Climate
Change Adaptation Strategy
UNDP Project “Supporting Moldova’s Climate Change Adaptation
Planning Process”, supported financially by Government of Austria
(2013-2016):
 The overall goal of the project is “to ensure that Moldova has a
system and capacities in place for medium- to long term
adaptation planning and budgeting with the overall aim to reduce
vulnerability of the population and key sectors to the impacts of
climate change”.
 The main project objective is “to support Moldova to put in place
its National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process contributing to and
building upon existing development planning strategies and
processes and to implement priority adaptation actions”.
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Activities and projects those arise from the
Climate Change Adaptation Strategy
The Expected Project Outputs are as following:
Output 1. Institutional and policy frameworks for
medium- to long-term gender-sensitive adaptation
planning and budgeting are in place;
Output 2. Institutional and technical capacities for
iterative development of comprehensive NAP
strengthened;
Output 3. Adaptation interventions in priority
sectors implemented including demonstration
projects at a local level to catalyse replication and up
scaling.
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Activities and projects those arise from the Climate
Change Adaptation Strategy (cont.)
EU Project “Clima East Program” (2013-2016), subdivided in two main
components: (1) Clima East Policy Component and (2) Clima East Pilot
Projects in seven partner countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus,
Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine).
 The specific objective of the Clima East Policy Project is “to foster
improved climate change policies, strategies and market mechanisms in
the Partner Countries that are more in line with the EU acquis, by
supporting regional cooperation and improving information-access to EU
climate change policies/acquis”.
 The main aim of the Clima East Pilots Project is “to demonstrate through
pilot projects the feasibility of ecosystem‐based approaches to climate
change, meaning that intact ecosystems such as peatlands, permafrost
landscapes, boreal forests and pasture land can have a strong and
cost‐efficient positive effect both on climate change mitigation and
adaptation”.
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Activities and projects those arise from the
Climate Change Adaptation Strategy (cont.)
The aim of the pilot project in Moldova is “to
demonstrate a natural resource management
model in the pastures and forests of Moldova
which increases ecosystems’ capacity to sequester
carbon under pending climate warning risks,
while at the same time retain biodiversity and
economic values”.
The project targets the pastures and forest
degraded lands located in the Orhei National Park
area and their buffer zone.
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Activities and projects those arise from the Climate
Change Adaptation Strategy (cont.)
Under the Clima East Policy Project, actions has explicitly
been organized around 6 result areas.
Under the Result Area 3 “State-of-the-art national
climate change mitigation and adaptation policies
developed, fine-tuned and implemented” it is planned the
mainstreaming of climate change into the territorial
arrangement strategy and other policies.
Under the Result Area 4 “Increased capacity for climate
change vulnerability and impact assessments and
increased capacity for adaptation planning” it is planned:
 to develop two National Adaptation Programmers of
Actions (NAPAs);
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Activities and projects those arise from the
Climate Change Adaptation Strategy (cont.)
To strength capacity on vulnerability assessment of
different sectors of the national economy to new
climate conditions:
Assess the climate change impact on water
resources in relation with the following sectors:
agriculture, human health and promotion of RES;
Provide assistance in Land Use, Land Use Change
and Forestry vulnerability assessment and
increase of agriculture and forestry sectors
resilience to climate change.
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013
Thank you for attention
Contact e-mails:
[email protected],
[email protected]
Stakeholder workshop "Climate change and security in the Dniester River Basin“, Chisinau 9 July 2013