Floods and Climate Change

The pilot project “Reducing vulnerability to extreme floods and climate change in the Dniester river basin” started in May 2010 in the frame of the Dniester-III project. This project formed the basis for further activities on climate change adaptation within the basin including development and implementation of the project “Climate Change and Security in the Dniester River Basin” which started in 2013. The project is implemented by the UNECE and OSCE with support from the European Union’s Instrument for Stability and the Austrian Development Agency in the framework of the Environment and Security Initiative (ENVSEC).  You could find information about the afore-mentioned projects following the link and below:

  1. Summary of the baseline studies for Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova
  2. Report of the second meeting of the working group under the pilot project (Kiev, Ukraine, 9 November 2010)
  3. Report of the third meeting of the working group under the pilot project (Chisnau, Moldova, 18-19 April 2011)
  4. Report on the fourth meeting of the pilot project (Kyiv, Ukraine, 1 December 2011)
  5. Report of the fifth meeting of the working group under the pilot project (Chisinau,Moldova, 7 June 2012)
  6. Vulnerability assessment (summary)
  7. Communication on floods (summary)
  8. Report on flood communication workshop (Lviv, Ukraine, 27-28 May 2013)
  9. Report of the seventh meeting of the working group on flood management and climate change adaptation (Chisinau, Moldova, 9-10 July 2013)
  10. Information on the project the project “Climate Change and Security in the Dniester River Basin”
  11. Newsletter from May 2016  about the project component “Climate Change and Security in the Dniester River Basin”