Energy and Environment

  • Ecotourism in Livanjsko polje and surroundingsJun 8, 2012This publication presents eco-tourism values of Livanjsko polje (municipalities Livno, Bosansko Grahovo and Tomislavgrad). It provides reader with information on most important plant and animal species, sites of natural or cultural importance, ideas for recreational activities and adventure sports in the area. It’s a handy tool for all potential visitors or passengers, as it contains map of the area in addition to contact details of local food producers, accommodation facilities, traditional artisans and local associations.

  • The Initial National Communication (INC)The Initial National Communication (INC)Jun 4, 2012The Initial National Communication (INC) of Bosnia and Herzegovina under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has been adopted by the BiH Council of Ministers and entity governments and submitted to the UNFCCC Secretariat in Bonn. In accordance with the guidelines of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, which was signed by Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2000, the UNDP CO in BiH, organised, with the financial support of GEF, the selection of an expert team and 50 local experts from 14 relevant fields, who participated in the preparation of the Initial National Communication of Bosnia and Herzegovina in a professional way and in line with the international standards. Each UNFCCC signatory state has an obligation to submit its national reports to the UNFCCC Secretariat.

  • Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Biomass Energy Sector – with a Special Focus on Srebrenica RegionNov 1, 2011Within the framework of the BiH Biomass Energy for Employment and Energy Security – Biomass project, UNDP has published a study on Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Biomass Energy Sector – with a Special Focus on Srebrenica Region. This study is the result of an attempt to summarize technical information regarding biomass energy baseline emissions and a cost-benefit analysis of the biomass energy sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with a special focus on the Srebrenica region.

  • Biomass energy Awareness in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with a Special Focus on Srebrenica RegionBiomass energy Awareness in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with a Special Focus on Srebrenica RegionNov 1, 2011Within the framework of the BiH Biomass Energy for Employment and Energy Security – Biomass project, UNDP has published a study on Biomass Energy Awareness in Bosnia and Hercegovina, with a special focus on Srebrenica region. The aim of this study has been to assess the level of awareness about biomass energy in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as an effective, secure and environmentally-friendly source of energy, with a special focus on the Srebrenica region.

  • Analysis of woody biomass residue potential in BiH, with a special focus on Srebrenica, Bratunac and Milići MunicipalitiesAnalysis of woody biomass residue potential in BiH, with a special focus on Srebrenica, Bratunac and Milići MunicipalitiesNov 1, 2011

OUR WORK - ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

Energy efficiency and environmental sustainability are essential components of a European future for countries like Bosnia and Herzegovina. With a generally low awareness of the interdependence between environment and development, national priority setting in this area is quite limited. UNDP focuses its support on ensuring that Bosnia and Herzegovina has the human and financial resources to sustainably use its environmental and natural resources, that it meets the EU Environmental Acquis and creates green, resilient economic growth and sustainable livelihoods for its population.

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