Posted on 03 October 2014
WWF Caucasus Programme Office makes now available respective key training documents in 4 languages for further wider use by forest professionals and other interested parties in the Southern Caucasus region and beyond.
Following the trainings on climate change and forest transformation held in all Southern Caucasus countries in February, 2014, WWF Caucasus Programme Office makes now available respective key training documents in 4 languages for further wider use by forest professionals and other interested parties in the Southern Caucasus region and beyond.
The training documents were developed as part of the EU financed project “On Increasing the resilience of forest ecosystems against climate change in the Southern Caucasus through forest transformation - DCI-ENV/2010/221391” by an international consultant Dirk Frankenhauser, PanForestal, Berlin – service provider to WWF.
The set of final versions of the training documents, delivering adequate tools for adaptive forest management planning and forest transformation on the one - and decision-making assistance on the other hand, has been adapted to regional and national needs and can be downloaded from this site:
TRAINING MANUALS IN 4 LANGUAGES
South Caucasus related regional case in English
Armenia related case in English
Armenia related case in Armenian
Azerbaijan related case in English
Azerbaijan related case in Azerbaijanian
Georgia related case in English
Georgia related case in Georgian
For more information on climate change and adaptive forest transformation trainings please read also the following articles:
Managing innovative learning on adaptive forest management to climate change - 06 February, 2014
University hosts representative event for climate change and forest transformation training in Georgia - 24 February, 2014
Training on climate change and forest transformation in the frames of the EU funded forest transformation project, Armenia - 24 February, 2014
Training on Climate Change and Forest Transformation, Azerbaijan - 28 February, 2014
EU financed project No. DCI-ENV/2010/221391
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