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    September 25, 2018
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News from Georgia >>

Georgian greens producer accesses EU markets thanks to EU-supported credit line

Thanks to the EUs Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) and support from the EU4BusinessEBRD Credit Line, a company from Tskaltubo region has become the first producer in Georgia to export Georgian herbs to the EU market  More>>

EU agriculture and development programme supports local production in Georgia
Local products from the Khulo municipality of Ajara region of Georgia were presented at the KHULO FEST on 25 August. The local festival was organised with the help of the EU-supported project implemented within ENPARD  More>>

News from Azerbaijan >>

UN supported beach cleanup campaign dedicated to "Caspian Day" in Baku
In marking 12 August, the "Caspian Day" in Azerbaijan, a number of the United Nations agencies have gathered to organise a beach cleanup day in the Buzovna beach area today. Partnering with Government and environmentally conscious  More>>

FAO report offers hope for improved food value chains in Azerbaijan
The Soviet Union collapsed nearly 30 years ago, but its effects linger in the fragmented farm structures and market channels that plague food value chains throughout Europe and Central Asia.  More>>

Azerbaijan launches production of center pivot irrigation systems
Sumgait Technologies Park (STP) in Azerbaijan has launched production of center pivot irrigation systems using own technologies, the STP The experience of leading companies of the US was studied during the production of the equipment.  More>>

News from Armenia >>

International Tools To Counteract Polluters in Armenia
Armenian NGOs together with the specialists of Czech 'Arnika' organization with the participation of the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Czech Republic in Yerevan Petr MIKYSKA discussed the international tools to administer  More>>

Lake Sevan Victim of Energetic Interests
Lake Sevan has become a victim of energetic interests, which dominate over the laws preserving Lake Sevan. The interests of the owners of energy companies are represented, first of all, by 'International Energetic Corporation' CJSC. The company  More>>

International News >>

EU Member States are stepping up measures to protect seas and oceans, but more improvements are needed
A new European Commission report shows that EU Member States have made considerable efforts to address pressures on the marine environment. Despite this, the measures are not yet sufficient to achieve good, healthy and productive  More>>

World Water Week - How Renewable Energy Can Ease Water Stress
Following months of weather extremes around the globe including droughts, wildfires and crop shortfalls in Europe, a major World Water Week conference in Stockholm is taking place at a time of heightened awareness for the role of climate  More>>

UN Environment and partners show global restoration success in unprecedented study
Showcasing the success of large-scale restoration of landscapes burdened by natural or man-made disasters, UN Environment today launched the report: Restoring forests and landscapes, the key to sustainable future.  More>>

Restoring degraded land highlights opportunities for sustainable development in Africa
Almost 1,000 participants joined the Global Landscape Forums GLF Nairobi 2018 at United Nations Office in Nairobi to hear speakers from across Africa discuss their experiences and successes restoring forests, farms and coastlines. A global  More>>

News From CENN >>

The Assessment of Edible Chestnut Forest Stands in West Georgia and Recommendations for their Restoration
The Ministry of Environment and Agriculture of Georgia renewed the restoration process of chestnut forest stands in the region of Imereti, utilizing CENNs international expertise. Within the initiative, experts from BFW  More>>

EU-Supported Training on Project Writing for LAG Board Members was held in Keda
On 10-12August, 12 LAG board members from Keda municipality of Ajara, participated in the EU-supported training Project Writing. The activity, carried out under the EUs ENPARD project Optimizing the Potential of Local Assets for Rural  More>>

EU-Supported Regional Development Manual was Published by CENN Under the Keda LEADER Project
EU ENPARD program supported Regional Development manual was published by CENNs Keda LEADER project. The manual was developed based on the regional and rural development practices, and considering the LEADER approach  More>>

St. Aleksy Shushanias Orthodox School-Gymnasium Became the Devoted Ambassador of Keep Georgia Beautiful Campaign
On August 18 ST. Aleksy Shushanias Orthodox School-Gymnasium cleaned up and adopted the territory around Shkhepi castle in the frameworks of Keep Georgia Beautiful campaign.  More>>

News from the GEF >>

GEF introduces impact programs to upscale landscape restoration
The Global Environment Facility (GEF) has been working for over 25 years to help mitigate climate change, halt biodiversity loss and combat land degradation. The nexus between these three goals across globally important landscapes  More>>





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