Environment & Energy
Assistance to develop a system for multi-hazard risk knowledge for effective climate risk management in Georgia.
Supporting financial sustainability of twelve protected areas in Georgia.
Assistance to the Government of Georgia to establish an integrated climate risk management system in Georgia
Georgia’s Fourth National Communication and Second Biennial Update Report to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Assistance to the Government of Georgia to meet the country’s commitments to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
GEF Small Grants Programme is a successful mechanism for generating global environmental and sustainable development benefits through community based actions.
BIOFIN is a global partnership that supports countries to enhance their finance management for biodiversity and ecosystems.
Piloting sustainable urban transport in Georgia’s major touristic destination - the city of Batumi.
Assistance to Georgia to meet its international obligations under the three Rio conventions on biodiversity, conservation, and climate change and desertification.
Sustainable management of the Ajara protected areas and local economic growth that benefits residents of the villages located in a support zone of the Machakhela National Park.
Assistance to Georgia to fulfill the Montreal Protocol schedule in phasing out HCFCs and to revise the national legislation related to the consumption of harmful substances.
The international research vessel «Mare Nigrum» arrives in Batumi to present a joint Georgia-Ukraine…
A clean-up action in the Eagle's Gorge - one of the fabulous biodiversity spots of the Vashlovani…
With the assistance of UNDP and the European Commission, Georgia makes progress to enhancing finance…
Georgia introduces Extended Producers' Responsibility and moves forward to sustainable waste…
The second national SDG Festival highlights development potential of remote and rural regions.
Ambrolauri hosts Georgia’s second Sustainable Development Goals Festival
Georgia's remote and rural regions are exploring new opportunities for sustainable development
Machakhela National Park boasts waterfalls, hiking tracks, and ecological guest-houses
The power of art helps reach out for the Georgian people with the message of Global Goals.
200 thousand residents of Rioni river basin feel safer with the modern methods in flood management.
Shoreline reinforcement, bio-engineering and weather monitoring protects 200 thousand people from…
Sustainable pastures management makes the lives of Tush shepherds more stable and secure.
A story of Batumi, the first green city in Georgia.
We asked about responsible production and consumption and got an answer from a 10-year old.
Moving forward from small biomass plants to the national strategy on bio-energy.
Faster and simpler services help UNDP make a change in people’s lives.
Exploring innovation to engage citizens in an institutional reform.
Georgia's second national SDG Festival through the eyes of its organizers and supporters
The brochure represents a review of electric fences, its components, composition and instructions…
The publication summarizes the activities of the project “Enhancing Sustainable Management of Ajara…
Assessment of the existing hazard mapping architecture in Georgia, including current capacities and…
Assessment to collect the missing scientific, technical and statistical data necessary to inform and…
Assessment of climate change adaptation and integrated disaster risk management practices in the…