December 2011: Model Ecological Network/Corridor Planning in the transboundary West Lesser Caucasus Corridor between Georgia and Turkey is finalized.
July 2011: Preparation work for nomination of Clochic Forests to the UNESCO World Natural Heritage List is initiated.
June 2011: Establishment activities for transboundary National Park Machakhela is initiated.
March 2011: Caucasus Ecoregional Conservation Plan is adopted at the 11th Caucasus Biodiversity Council Meeting.
October 2010: A regional review of implementation of CBD targets on PAs is launched at CBD COP10 in Nagoya, Japan.
June 2010: A first version of the Caucasus Biodiversity Monitoring Network is operational online.
May 2010: Georgia conducts an inventory of its Natural Monuments.
December 2009: Financial needs assessments are finalized for Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkey with follow up sustainable financing plans for Armenia and Azerbaijan.
December 2009: Turkey complets its RAPPAMand capacity development needs assessments.
January 2009: Capacity needs assessment and capacity development action plans are completed for Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
December 2008: National Coordination Committees are officially established in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Russia and Turkey.
June 2007: The Caucasus Biodiversity Council holds its first meeting as steering committee for the project.