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EU4 Energy Transition: Covenant of Mayors in the Western Balkans and Turkey

Project type: Indirect Management

Duration: 2021-2025 (48 months, starting from 01/03/2021)

Budget: 9 335 000 EUR

Leader: Germany, GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH)

CPMA role:  Partner; Implementer in Turkey

Overall objective: to deliver on the energy transition and tackle climate change in the Western Balkans and Turkey.

Specific objective is to support the CoM cities of the Western Balkans and Turkey in delivering on their pledges under the energy and climate targets. The CPMA is responsible for the project implementation in Turkey: specific regions, cities/municipalities.

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Georgia

Strengthening Sustainable Management of Forests in Georgia

Project Type: EU Twinning project
Beneficiary institutions: Forest Policy Service of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia; LEPL National Forest Agency; Department of Environmental Supervision
Year: 2017-2019
Budget: 840 000 EUR
Leader: Lithuania
Project Type: EU Twinning project
Beneficiary institutions: Forest Policy Service of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia; LEPL National Forest Agency; Department of Environmental Supervision
Year: 2017-2019
Budget: 840 000 EUR
Leader: Lithuania
CPMA role: Partner
Project purpose: to enhance the capacity of the state forest institutions in order to prevent and combat illegal activities in the sector, ensuring the sustainable management of Georgian forests, including legal harvest and trade of timber and non-timber forest products through harmonizing the Georgian forest regulatory framework to the EU standards and practices, directions and good practice, also by improving the forest information and monitoring system, as well as strengthening communication to this end between these institutions. : Partner
Project purpose: to enhance the capacity of the state forest institutions in order to prevent and combat illegal activities in the sector, ensuring the sustainable management of Georgian forests, including legal harvest and trade of timber and non-timber forest products through harmonizing the Georgian forest regulatory framework to the EU standards and practices, directions and good practice, also by improving the forest information and monitoring system, as well as strengthening communication to this end between these institutions. 

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