Integrating biodiversity conservation into planning policies and practices Moldova's territorial land use
Biodiversity in Moldova is constantly threatened by human activities. How land is used today has serious consequences, such as soil erosion; pollution and climate change; unsustainable grazing; habitat fragmentation due to infrastructure development; illegal deforestation, increasing the number of rare species, hunting and fishing. The basic objective of the project is to integrate the priorities for biodiversity conservation in spatial planning policies and practices of land use in Moldova in two parts - by changing the way land use planning and system implementation, taking into account biodiversity and demonstrating methods for conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity on common land.
April 2015 - April 2019
Chisinau, Soroca, Stefan Voda
US $ 998,904
Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Regional Development and Construction, Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry; Moldsilva Agency; Local authorities from Soroca and Stefan Voda.
Biodiversity Conservation Project is implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF).