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2 April 2019 | In-depth training for environmental and statistical authorities in the Republic of Moldova

Countries: Moldova

The European Environment Agency and Slovak Environment Agency specialists will provide training on the state of environment reporting and assessment tools to Moldovan experts. This training will develop institutional capacities in providing timely, relevant and reliable information to policymakers and the public. Capacity building in areas such as data collection, monitoring and assessments is integral to common efforts and approaches to tackle global issues such as climate change and global warming. This is in line with international commitments related to the capacity building, technology and systemic issues targets of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 17: ‘Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development’.

This event, which is a part of on-going EU-funded technical assistance, enhances institutional and methodological capacity in environmental assessment reports and contributes to sound environmental governance. Comprehensive environmental assessments enable policy makers to take targeted actions and show systemic links for policy intervention. Strengthening this capacity will help produce streamlined environmental reports contributing to regional and global reactions to environmental issues.

Press coverage of this event in Moldova by the  Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment  | The Environmental Agency of Moldova | Facebook post from the Ministry | Facebook post from the Environmental Agency of MoldovaRealitate Net - news | agora.md | noi.md | UNIMEDIA Moldpres State News Agency | Televiziunea Nordului (TV North)  | Interlic

 Social media coverage in the Slovak Republic 

Photos from the event here and on Facebook of the Ministry