Integrated Natural Resource Management in the Baikal Basin Transboundary Ecosystem Project Review by Dr. Sergery Kudelya
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  • 1. Dr. Sergey Kudelya Project manager Integrated Natural Resource Management in the Baikal Basin Transboundary Ecosystem Russian Federation and Mongolia Project review 1st Asia Pacific Regional Targeted Workshop for GEF IW Projects
  • 2. The project’s objective to spearhead Integrated Natural Resource Management of Baikal Lake Basin and Hovsgol Lake ensuring ecosystem resilience, reduced water quality threats in the context of sustainable economic development.
  • 3. Executives and donors • Financed by : Global Environmental Facility (GEF). • Co-Financed by : Governments of Russian Federation and Mongolia. • Supported by: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). • Executed by : Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS). • Responsible partners: Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (Russian Federation) and the Ministry of Nature, Environment and Tourism (Mongolia).
  • 4. Threats • intensive economic development; • rapidly increasing demand in water recourses; • climate change; • pollution and sedimentation; • nutrient loading and habitat destruction;
  • 5. Barriers • policy and regulatory gaps; • institutional weaknesses; • poor utilization of BAT/BEP relevant to key issues; • low levels of awareness of transboundary BB issues.
  • 6. Outcomes: Under International Waters (IW) • TDA/ SAP. • Enhancing transboundary cooperation. • Joint harmonized monitoring program. • Baikal Informational Center. • On-line GIS model of Baikal Basin. • Ecological atlas of Baikal Basin. • International ecological NGO network. • Awareness, education, science, cinema.
  • 7. Outcomes: Under Biodiversity • Sub-basin management plans. • Pilot project in mining industry. • Strategy for (dead) livestock disposal. • Ecological tourism. • Approaches of shoreline cleaning • Sport fishing.
  • 8. Current activity: Under Biodiversity - partners • Baikal State Nature Biosphere Reserve • Zabaikalsky National Park • NGO "Baikal Eco Tourism Association" • Project “Save Baikal” • International Baikal Shore Volunteer Service (MBBVS) • Youth Artistic Theatre of Ulan-Ude • Buryat State Agricultural Academy • Individual consultants
  • 9. Current Baikal Project Activities: Under International Waters – partners (Green color – scientific organizations) • Baikal Institute of Nature Management SB RAS (Russia) • Irkutsk State University SB RAS (Russia) • Limnological institute SB RAS (Russia) • UNESCO • University of Dundee (Scotland) • Center of International Projects (Russia) • Institute of Geoecology (Mongolia) • Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Monitoring of Natural Environment (Rosgidromet) (Russia) • Hydrometeorological Institute (Mongolia) • BI “Burpriroda” • Moscow State University (geographical faculty) (Russia) • Moscow State University (Russia) • Buryat State University (Russia) • Zabaikalsky State Humanitarian Pedagogical University (Russia) • NGO’s (Mongolia and Russia) • Individual consultants (Mongolia and Russia)
  • 10. Thank you very much.