Environment & Energy

  • Manual for nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMA)Sep 23, 2015Manual for nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMA)The guidance "Manual for nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMA)" (in Russian) tailored for developers and initiators of NAMAs providing recommendations for elaboration of NAMA concepts, as well as NAMA financing, monitoring, verification and reporting.

  • ‘Promoting Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings in Uzbekistan’ Project NewsletterNov 9, 2010‘Promoting Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings in Uzbekistan’ Project NewsletterThe ‘Promoting Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings in Uzbekistan’ project newsletter provides an overview of the project’s activities during 2010, particularly the celebration of World Environment Day and the arrangement of the first Project Board meeting.

  • Newsletter of the GEF/UNDP Project ‘Promoting Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings in Uzbekistan’ - 2ndEdition Apr 4, 2011Newsletter of the GEF/UNDP Project ‘Promoting Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings in Uzbekistan’ - 2ndEditionThe 2nd Edition of the Newsletter of the GEF/UNDP project ‘Promoting Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings in Uzbekistan’ contains information on five key areas.

  • Implementing CDM projects: A Guidebook to Host Country Legal Issues Dec 23, 2010Implementing CDM projects: A Guidebook to Host Country Legal IssuesThe book ‘Implementing CDM projects: A Guidebook to Host Country Legal Issues’ explains through case studies how domestic laws and regulatory frameworks in CDM host countries interact with international rules regarding carbon trading, and how the former can be enhanced in order to facilitate the implementation and financing of CDM projects.

  • The Guidebook ‘Matters Regarding the Financing of CDM Projects’Mar 10, 2010The Guidebook ‘Matters Regarding the Financing of CDM Projects’This publication is aimed at providing information on matters related to conducting an investment analysis, particularly for Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects.

OUR WORK - ENVIRONMENT & ENERGY

Uzbekistan’s climatic and geographic features, and its unique ecosystems which are home to globally significant flora and fauna, have made environmental sustainability a national priority. Given rapid economic development in recent years, Uzbekistan recognises the need to balance economic growth and environmental protection. Therefore, a major national objective is to ensure that Uzbekistan’s environment is effectively protected and sustainably utilised for the benefit of future generations. Through capacity building and piloting initiatives, UNDP has contributed to the attainment of the Millennium Development Goal 7 and corresponding national MDG targets.

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