Almaty, June 27 – On July 11-12, 2012 the Regional Training on “Evaluation of adaptation to climate change practices in Central Asia” will take place at the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia within the framework of the Asia-Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN) in collaboration with the Drynet project.
The event is aimed at improving evaluation skills in the field of climate change adaptation in Central Asia. The training will be conducted for government officials, experts and practitioners in the field of adaptation to climate change, as well as for representatives of active NGOs implementing projects related to climate change adaptation.
Upon completion of the training, it is anticipated to expand the understanding of priority practices on adaptation to climate change in Central Asia, as well as gain knowledge of existing methodologies for assessing effectiveness of adaptation measures, the most appropriate methods in the region, and to obtain the basic analytical skills for measuring effectiveness of current and possible adaptation practices.
Note for Editors:
The Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC) has been formed in accordance with the decision of the 4th Pan-European Conference held in 1998 in Aarhus (Denmark). CAREC began its activities in 2001 after Kazakhstan ratified the Agreement on terms of work of the Centre as independent, non-profit and non-political international organization.
The Head office of CAREC is located in the Republic of Kazakhstan, in Almaty city. CAREC country offices operate in five states of Central Asia.
If you have any questions please contact Akmaral Mukayeva by phone: +7 727 2785110, e-mail: Amukaeva@carec.kz.