REFERENCES

 

Origin Of Funding: KOSGEB

Client: KOSGEB

Year Completed: 2013

- Preparation of a report containing literature and quantitative analysis of the data takes place on the basis of sectoral areas and manufacturing industry

- In some pilot areas, preparation of polluting impact report for the sectors, preparation of waste inventory and Waste Management Guidelines

- Training on the environment, eco-efficiency (Cleaner Production) and on waste management issues by experienced international experts

- Eco-efficiency and waste management practices in 60 SMEs in the selected sectors

- Reporting on industrial symbiosis for one practical application

- Sectoral technical visits to Germany for 80 authorized person from SMEs organized to provide them study tours of clean production applications on site from German industry

Origin Of Funding: World Bank

Client: The Republic Of Azerbaijan

Year Completed: 2012

– Mobilizing the Planning Process

– Defining the Baseline

– Establishing the Strategic Planning Framework

– Identifying and Evaluating Options

– Developing the Strategy

– Preparing the Action Plan

– Determination of Recommendations for Monitoring the Strategic Plan

Origin Of Funding: The European Commission

Client: Central Finance & Contracts Unit / Canakkale Municipalities’ Union

Year Completed: 2010

– Mobilizing the Planning Process

– Defining the Baseline

– Establishing the Strategic Planning Framework

– Identifying and Evaluating Options

– Developing the Strategy

– Preparing the Action Plan

– Determination of Recommendations for Monitoring the Strategic Plan

Origin Of Funding: The European Commission

Client: Academia Mediterranean Halicarnassensis Foundation (Turkey)

Year Completed: 2000

– Review of current waste management practices.

– Establishment of solid waste management (SWM) strategy (SWM) for UoBM Identification of SWM objectives and policies.

– Determination of Institutional characteristics for implementation framework.

– Establishment of priority items for UoBM. Work plan development.

– Development of SWM policies.

– Creation of SWM department and supporting infrastructure.

– Organizational structure of department.

– Comprehensive staff development approach.

– Development of initial set of technical guideline.

– Local SWM service revenues and investment financing.

– Creation of accounting system for SWM department.

– Ensuring sufficient revenue generation at municipal level. Format for appraisal of investment project and municipality performance.

Origin Of Funding: OSTIM Organized Industrial Zone Administration (Turkey)

Client: OSTIM Organized Industrial Zone Administration (Turkey)

Year Completed: 11/2002 – 11/2005

– Consultation on EMAS and its requirements, and on development of current environmental system. Support on necessary training activities.

– Set up waste oil directive implementation requirements.

– Set up hazardous waste collection system with the area of organized industrial zone.

– Preparation of the necessary guidelines on waste management for OSTIM.

– Preparation of the necessary guidelines on ratified conventions, e.g. Ozone Depleting Substances, Montreal Protocol, Basel Convention

– Training of staff for the tasks of the Environmental Unit in OSTIM.

Technical assistance for the;

– Working Team of the Case Study on Waste Oil Management and Preparation of Action Plan on Ozone Depletion Substances for SMEs in Turkey.

Origin Of Funding: UNDP

Client: UNDP

Year Completed: 12/2018 – 10/2019

– General information on geographic and socio-economic situation of the province,

– Existing waste management status of the Municipality,

– Legal framework and national-international implementation examples,

– Solid waste characterization analysis to indicate type, quantity and features of Waste by each season,

– Realistic projections on population and waste generation for each Municipality,

– Waste management strategies and scenarios based on existing situation analysis and projections,

– Planning integrated solid Waste Management strategies of the Municipality

The integrated Waste Management Pans will include data, scenarios and strategies for all the district Municipalities of Gaziantep, Şanlıurfa and Hatay provinces.

Origin Of Funding: Low Carbon Turkey

Client: Low Carbon Turkey

Year Completed: 2018 - Ongoing

Ekodenge team takes part as the building sector experts within this project.
Component 1- Stock taking and assessment of existing climate strategies

• analysis of the current political and legislative analysis
• analysis of the bottlenecks
• opportunities in the sector for low carbon development in Turkey with specific emphasis on political, legislative, technical and financial barriers in the target sector

Component 3- Determination of the costs and emission mitigation potentials of the actions specified within selected sectors
Still ongoing and within the scope of this component, the team is contributing to activities on determination of energy demands in buildings, applicable technologies varying with different climatic regions, fuel alternatives and corresponding GHG emissions, projections in demand and emissions, cost assessments, analyzing potential mitigation measures.

Origin Of Funding: EuropeAid

Client: Central Finance and Contracts Unit/Ministry of Environment and Urbanization

Year Completed: 2014

As being Leader of the Consortium, Ekodenge was involved in the major activities especially in terms of capacity building and legislative activities. SEVESO Directive EU legislation was investigated and draft legislation was prepared and submitted to the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization.

Enhancing capacities of the competent authorities with regard to assessing compliance of safety reports, emergency plans (internal and external), land use planning and investigation of major industrial accidents procedures with Seveso Directive, public awareness regarding the dissemination of the project results into a wide region for the publicity of the project was provided effectively.

Websites of competent authorities improved to allow easy loading of information that shall be made public, according to Turkish legal requirements for public information related to Seveso II. Risk analysis, identification of the domino effect, risk maps, internal and external plans and testing of these plans were conducted under the activity 3 according to the Seveso II directive.

Origin Of Funding: EuropeAid

Client: Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

Year Completed: 2009

Preparation of a detailed report on analysis of current situation and possible institutional set up including proposals for competent authority, accreditation and recording systems.

-SWOT analysis for implementation of EMAS in Turkey

-Preparation of a strategy for incentives that might support industry to join the EMAS system

-Preparation of an implementation plan for harmonization of EMAS and establishment of the system

-Preparation of informative documents (manuals, brochures etc) for introduction of EMAS system. This task just includes the preparation and translation of the manuals or brochures. These documents are to be issued and distributed by the beneficiary after the project.

-Training and workshops for the representatives from industry and NGOs and another one training with workshop for the target group.

Origin Of Funding: European Commission / LIFE Third Countries

Client: Hacettepe University, Faculty of Engineering

Year Completed: 2007

– Formatting of Data for Information System Development

– Establishment of the “Environmental Legislation Database for Turkish SMEs” as an information management system in order to render the environmental information accessible by SME’s.

– Development of the IS and web portal

– Environmental Legislation and Policy analysis

– Preparation of Inventory of Turkish Environmental Legislation

– Preparation of list of Status of Transposition of Relevant EC Directives

– Preparation of Approximation Strategy of End of Life Vehicles Directive (EoLV D) As a Sample, preparation of DSIP of End of Life Vehicles.

– Carrying out training visits in regions in order to inform industrialists about the IS and about the staff who will provide SMEs for further technical assistance on EU environmental approximation studies related with industry or sustainability of project.

Origin Of Funding: European Commission / LIFE Third Countries

Client: Ministry of Environment and Forestry

Year Completed: 2006

– Review of the related administrative, legal and financial system

– Identification of the bottlenecks, stakeholders and their involvement

– Determination of necessary policy tools

– Identification of Policy requirement

– Establishment of Working Groups

– Defining institutional building

– Clarification of institutional arrangement and responsibilities

– Developing Strategy

– Preparation of a Preliminary Program for Implementation

– Preparation of Draft Regulation transposing the provisions of Seveso-II Directive

– Preparation of the Guidelines for Safety Report

– Preparation of the Guidelines for Inspection

– Preparation of the Guidelines for Public Information – Preparation of the Guidelines for Emergency Plan

Establishment of an Information System:

– Preparation of data base on upper and lower tier establishments

– Preparation of software for annual reporting of the establishments

– Preparation of an accident database, covering all experiences of previous accidents

Origin Of Funding: The European Commission

Client: Carl Bro International

Year Completed: 2004

– Ekodenge Limited provided its expert especially for the sectors; Waste and Nuclear.

– Assistance for Ministry of Environment for developing a detailed scheme for completing transposition for each sector (identification of any necessary amendments, new legal acts, economic instruments).

– Training of all Sectoral Coordinators, appointed by the Ministry of Environment for each sector.

– Supporting the activities of all sector coordinators and their teams, giving technical assistance.

– For each sector, setting priorities for transposition according to NEAP and NPAA.

– Determining the competent authority for the specific requirements in each sector.

– Developing realistic transposition timetables for each sector in order of priority.

– Identifying all administrative procedures, institutions necessary for implementing the EU requirements.

– Identifying problem areas and uncertainties where implementation within the estimated or desired timescale may prove difficult.

– Strategy development for the implementation and transposition of EU Directives on waste management and Nuclear Safety.

– Supporting the project team and the Ministry of Environment for translation issues.

Origin Of Funding: The European Commission

Client: Milieu Limited (Belgium)

Year Completed: 2002

Checking whether the tables of concordance (TOC) and implementation questionnaires (IQ) for selected 66 EU Directives of the Environmental Acquis for the 9 sectors were filled properly and giving consultation to the competent authorities on this process. All relevant Turkish Laws, Regulations and

Communiqués were analysed with respect to EU Directives, provision-by-provision. Then the status of transposition and implementation was scored.

The 9 sectors considered here were; Horizontal, Water Quality, Waste Management, Air Quality, Chemicals and Genetically Modified Organisms, Nuclear Safety, Noise Control, Nature Protection, Industrial Pollution Control.

The TOCs and IQs were prepared as being references for the NPAA and were approved by the Ministry of Environment.

Origin Of Funding: Turkey Republic Ministry of Environment

Client: Koç Zinerji (Turkey)

Year Completed: 2001

– Related Turkish legislation and EU Directives were analyzed for concordance. Also documents of USEPA, UNEP and OECD used, in order to figuring out the required strategy and action plan for implementation. Handbook on Environment for the EU Enlargement Issues was studied for the determination of implementation tools necessary for strategy.

– Drafting of regulations on landfilling (licensing, post-closure, designing, operating), waste oil, incineration, sludge, shipment and PCBs.

– Preparation of a general review on the recent status of waste management in Turkey.

– Preparation of waste management strategy for Turkey.

Origin Of Funding: European Commission

Client: Carl Bro International

Year Completed: 05/2001 - 09/2002

The project aim was to assist the Ministry of Environment in analyzing legal gaps related to environmental issues between Turkish and EU legislation for:

– Planning of new legislation and concepts

– Reviewing of compliance of new legislation to EU and

– Drafting of new legislation on air, water, nature protection, waste and EIA

Origin Of Funding: World Bank

Client: Azerbaijan Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources

Year Completed: 03/2004 - 09/2004

– Review and assessment of the existing structure of the Ministry;

– Analysis of Ministry’s functions/relationship with regulated entities (public sector and private)

– Development of short-term and long-term plans with recommendations

– Review of the existing environmental legislation and identification of gaps, proposal of needed amendments and draft new legal documents as necessary

– Identification of gaps/drafting legal documents, including upgrade of the existing EIA regulations

– Proposal of compliance / enforcement measures

– Formulation of new environmental policy, including a detailed proposal for a new policy and regulations to ensure sustainable financing of sturgeon hatcheries and natural spawning grounds protection in connection with the allocation of fishing

Origin Of Funding: World Bank

Client: Azerbaijan Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources

Year Completed: 05/2004 – 08/2004

– Identification and review of all relevant policy and legislation that could have implications for the establishment management of the Shah Dagh and Ordubad national parks

– Assessment of overall regulations for enforcement of national parks laws and identification of gaps.

– Identification of specifically any potential legal or regulatory impediments to implementation of the proposed model of multiple-use, multiple-zone National Parks to be managed through cooperation among Government agencies

– Review of the basic law, assess comprehensiveness in terms of types of zones, guidelines, applications and regulations.

Origin Of Funding: GTZ GmbH (Germany)

Client: PEM GmbH (Germany)

Year Completed: 07/2000 – 08/2000

Current Turkish Environmental Legislation was studied taking the EC Environmental Legislation documents as reference. A table was prepared, showing the corresponding Turkish legislation for EU Directives of Environmental Acquis. This project also gave an idea about the state of implementation or concordance of the Directive’s provisions in the Turkish legislation briefly.

Through the comparative analysis, actions were needed for transposition were analyzed.

Origin Of Funding: European Community External Actions

Client: WYG International

Year Completed: 2006

– Training on environmental assessment and monitoring

– Capacity Building of BC Staff and experts to undertake the preparation and implementation of environmental services.

– Marketing and Delivery of Programmes

– Review of delivery and impact of pilot environmental services training in each BC.

– Recommendations for future implementation of services

– Recommendations for future implementation of services.

– Preparation of dissemination tools setting out best practice in the organization, staffing and programming of environmental services for SMEs in the form of a BC environmental services manual in a variety of formats

Origin Of Funding: EuropeAid

Client: Delegation of The European Commission to Turkey

Year Completed: 2009

Capacity building programme to raise the effectiveness of investments required by heavy investment EU environmental directives.
Assistance to alignment of the Bank’s technical specifications in accordance with EU acquis.

– Determination of needs through a fact finding meeting

– Comparative analysis of Bank’s technical spesifications by concerning consistency to the EU acquis and best available technologies

Supporting and providing activities such as trainings and technical analysis in relation with the environmental acquis by providing national and international experts.

Origin Of Funding: World Bank

Client: Azerbaijan Ministry of Ecology & Natural Resources

Year Completed: 2004

– Review and assessment of the existing structure of the Ministry;

– Analysis of Ministry’s functions/relationship with regulated entities (public sector and private)

– Development of short-term and long-term plans with recommendations

– Review of the existing environmental legislation and identification of gaps, proposal of needed amendments and draft new legal documents as necessary

– Identification of gaps/drafting legal documents, including upgrade of the existing EIA regulations

– Proposal of compliance / enforcement measures

– Formulation of new environmental policy, including a detailed proposal for a new policy and regulations to ensure sustainable financing of sturgeon hatcheries and natural spawning grounds protection in connection with the allocation of fishing

Origin Of Funding: World Bank

Client: Azerbaijan Ministry of Ecology & Natural Resources

Year Completed: 2004

– Review and recommendations on training needs of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources

– Preparation of training courses

– Implementation of training program

– Assistance for the ministry in drafting study program for the institutional specialisation and professional development

Origin Of Funding: KOSGEB

Client: KOSGEB

Year Completed: 2013

- Preparation of a report containing literature and quantitative analysis of the data takes place on the basis of sectoral areas and manufacturing industry

- In some pilot areas, preparation of polluting impact report for the sectors, preparation of waste inventory and Waste Management Guidelines

- Training on the environment, eco-efficiency (Cleaner Production) and on waste management issues by experienced international experts

- Eco-efficiency and waste management practices in 60 SMEs in the selected sectors

- Reporting on industrial symbiosis for one practical application

- Sectoral technical visits to Germany for 80 authorized person from SMEs organized to provide them study tours of clean production applications on site from German industry

Origin Of Funding: World Bank

Client: The Republic Of Azerbaijan

Year Completed: 2012

– Mobilizing the Planning Process

– Defining the Baseline

– Establishing the Strategic Planning Framework

– Identifying and Evaluating Options

– Developing the Strategy

– Preparing the Action Plan

– Determination of Recommendations for Monitoring the Strategic Plan

Origin Of Funding: The European Commission

Client: Central Finance & Contracts Unit / Canakkale Municipalities’ Union

Year Completed: 2010

– Mobilizing the Planning Process

– Defining the Baseline

– Establishing the Strategic Planning Framework

– Identifying and Evaluating Options

– Developing the Strategy

– Preparing the Action Plan

– Determination of Recommendations for Monitoring the Strategic Plan

Origin Of Funding: The European Commission

Client: Academia Mediterranean Halicarnassensis Foundation (Turkey)

Year Completed: 2000

– Review of current waste management practices.

– Establishment of solid waste management (SWM) strategy (SWM) for UoBM Identification of SWM objectives and policies.

– Determination of Institutional characteristics for implementation framework.

– Establishment of priority items for UoBM. Work plan development.

– Development of SWM policies.

– Creation of SWM department and supporting infrastructure.

– Organizational structure of department.

– Comprehensive staff development approach.

– Development of initial set of technical guideline.

– Local SWM service revenues and investment financing.

– Creation of accounting system for SWM department.

– Ensuring sufficient revenue generation at municipal level. Format for appraisal of investment project and municipality performance.

Origin Of Funding: OSTIM Organized Industrial Zone Administration (Turkey)

Client: OSTIM Organized Industrial Zone Administration (Turkey)

Year Completed: 11/2002 – 11/2005

– Consultation on EMAS and its requirements, and on development of current environmental system. Support on necessary training activities.

– Set up waste oil directive implementation requirements.

– Set up hazardous waste collection system with the area of organized industrial zone.

– Preparation of the necessary guidelines on waste management for OSTIM.

– Preparation of the necessary guidelines on ratified conventions, e.g. Ozone Depleting Substances, Montreal Protocol, Basel Convention

– Training of staff for the tasks of the Environmental Unit in OSTIM.

Technical assistance for the;

– Working Team of the Case Study on Waste Oil Management and Preparation of Action Plan on Ozone Depletion Substances for SMEs in Turkey.

Origin Of Funding: UNDP

Client: UNDP

Year Completed: 12/2018 – 10/2019

– General information on geographic and socio-economic situation of the province,

– Existing waste management status of the Municipality,

– Legal framework and national-international implementation examples,

– Solid waste characterization analysis to indicate type, quantity and features of Waste by each season,

– Realistic projections on population and waste generation for each Municipality,

– Waste management strategies and scenarios based on existing situation analysis and projections,

– Planning integrated solid Waste Management strategies of the Municipality

The integrated Waste Management Pans will include data, scenarios and strategies for all the district Municipalities of Gaziantep, Şanlıurfa and Hatay provinces.

Origin Of Funding: Low Carbon Turkey

Client: Low Carbon Turkey

Year Completed: 2018 - Ongoing

Ekodenge team takes part as the building sector experts within this project.
Component 1- Stock taking and assessment of existing climate strategies

• analysis of the current political and legislative analysis
• analysis of the bottlenecks
• opportunities in the sector for low carbon development in Turkey with specific emphasis on political, legislative, technical and financial barriers in the target sector

Component 3- Determination of the costs and emission mitigation potentials of the actions specified within selected sectors
Still ongoing and within the scope of this component, the team is contributing to activities on determination of energy demands in buildings, applicable technologies varying with different climatic regions, fuel alternatives and corresponding GHG emissions, projections in demand and emissions, cost assessments, analyzing potential mitigation measures.

Origin Of Funding: EuropeAid

Client: Central Finance and Contracts Unit/Ministry of Environment and Urbanization

Year Completed: 2014

As being Leader of the Consortium, Ekodenge was involved in the major activities especially in terms of capacity building and legislative activities. SEVESO Directive EU legislation was investigated and draft legislation was prepared and submitted to the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization.

Enhancing capacities of the competent authorities with regard to assessing compliance of safety reports, emergency plans (internal and external), land use planning and investigation of major industrial accidents procedures with Seveso Directive, public awareness regarding the dissemination of the project results into a wide region for the publicity of the project was provided effectively.

Websites of competent authorities improved to allow easy loading of information that shall be made public, according to Turkish legal requirements for public information related to Seveso II. Risk analysis, identification of the domino effect, risk maps, internal and external plans and testing of these plans were conducted under the activity 3 according to the Seveso II directive.

Origin Of Funding: EuropeAid

Client: Turkey Ministry of Environment and Forestry

Year Completed: 2009

Preparation of a detailed report on analysis of current situation and possible institutional set up including proposals for competent authority, accreditation and recording systems.

-SWOT analysis for implementation of EMAS in Turkey

-Preparation of a strategy for incentives that might support industry to join the EMAS system

-Preparation of an implementation plan for harmonization of EMAS and establishment of the system

-Preparation of informative documents (manuals, brochures etc) for introduction of EMAS system. This task just includes the preparation and translation of the manuals or brochures. These documents are to be issued and distributed by the beneficiary after the project.

-Training and workshops for the representatives from industry and NGOs and another one training with workshop for the target group.

Origin Of Funding: European Commission / LIFE Third Countries

Client: Hacettepe University, Faculty of Engineering

Year Completed: 2007

– Formatting of Data for Information System Development

– Establishment of the “Environmental Legislation Database for Turkish SMEs” as an information management system in order to render the environmental information accessible by SME’s.

– Development of the IS and web portal

– Environmental Legislation and Policy analysis

– Preparation of Inventory of Turkish Environmental Legislation

– Preparation of list of Status of Transposition of Relevant EC Directives

– Preparation of Approximation Strategy of End of Life Vehicles Directive (EoLV D) As a Sample, preparation of DSIP of End of Life Vehicles.

– Carrying out training visits in regions in order to inform industrialists about the IS and about the staff who will provide SMEs for further technical assistance on EU environmental approximation studies related with industry or sustainability of project.

Origin Of Funding: European Commission / LIFE Third Countries

Client: Ministry of Environment and Forestry

Year Completed: 2006

– Review of the related administrative, legal and financial system

– Identification of the bottlenecks, stakeholders and their involvement

– Determination of necessary policy tools

– Identification of Policy requirement

– Establishment of Working Groups

– Defining institutional building

– Clarification of institutional arrangement and responsibilities

– Developing Strategy

– Preparation of a Preliminary Program for Implementation

– Preparation of Draft Regulation transposing the provisions of Seveso-II Directive

– Preparation of the Guidelines for Safety Report

– Preparation of the Guidelines for Inspection

– Preparation of the Guidelines for Public Information – Preparation of the Guidelines for Emergency Plan

Establishment of an Information System:

– Preparation of data base on upper and lower tier establishments

– Preparation of software for annual reporting of the establishments

– Preparation of an accident database, covering all experiences of previous accidents

Origin Of Funding: The European Commission

Client: Carl Bro International

Year Completed: 2004

– Ekodenge Limited provided its expert especially for the sectors; Waste and Nuclear.

– Assistance for Ministry of Environment for developing a detailed scheme for completing transposition for each sector (identification of any necessary amendments, new legal acts, economic instruments).

– Training of all Sectoral Coordinators, appointed by the Ministry of Environment for each sector.

– Supporting the activities of all sector coordinators and their teams, giving technical assistance.

– For each sector, setting priorities for transposition according to NEAP and NPAA.

– Determining the competent authority for the specific requirements in each sector.

– Developing realistic transposition timetables for each sector in order of priority.

– Identifying all administrative procedures, institutions necessary for implementing the EU requirements.

– Identifying problem areas and uncertainties where implementation within the estimated or desired timescale may prove difficult.

– Strategy development for the implementation and transposition of EU Directives on waste management and Nuclear Safety.

– Supporting the project team and the Ministry of Environment for translation issues.

Origin Of Funding: The European Commission

Client: Milieu Limited (Belgium)

Year Completed: 2002

Checking whether the tables of concordance (TOC) and implementation questionnaires (IQ) for selected 66 EU Directives of the Environmental Acquis for the 9 sectors were filled properly and giving consultation to the competent authorities on this process. All relevant Turkish Laws, Regulations and

Communiqués were analysed with respect to EU Directives, provision-by-provision. Then the status of transposition and implementation was scored.

The 9 sectors considered here were; Horizontal, Water Quality, Waste Management, Air Quality, Chemicals and Genetically Modified Organisms, Nuclear Safety, Noise Control, Nature Protection, Industrial Pollution Control.

The TOCs and IQs were prepared as being references for the NPAA and were approved by the Ministry of Environment.

Origin Of Funding: Turkey Republic Ministry of Environment

Client: Koç Zinerji (Turkey)

Year Completed: 2001

– Related Turkish legislation and EU Directives were analyzed for concordance. Also documents of USEPA, UNEP and OECD used, in order to figuring out the required strategy and action plan for implementation. Handbook on Environment for the EU Enlargement Issues was studied for the determination of implementation tools necessary for strategy.

– Drafting of regulations on landfilling (licensing, post-closure, designing, operating), waste oil, incineration, sludge, shipment and PCBs.

– Preparation of a general review on the recent status of waste management in Turkey.

– Preparation of waste management strategy for Turkey.

Origin Of Funding: European Commission

Client: Carl Bro International

Year Completed: 05/2001 - 09/2002

The project aim was to assist the Ministry of Environment in analyzing legal gaps related to environmental issues between Turkish and EU legislation for:

– Planning of new legislation and concepts

– Reviewing of compliance of new legislation to EU and

– Drafting of new legislation on air, water, nature protection, waste and EIA

Origin Of Funding: World Bank

Client: Azerbaijan Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources

Year Completed: 03/2004 - 09/2004

– Review and assessment of the existing structure of the Ministry;

– Analysis of Ministry’s functions/relationship with regulated entities (public sector and private)

– Development of short-term and long-term plans with recommendations

– Review of the existing environmental legislation and identification of gaps, proposal of needed amendments and draft new legal documents as necessary

– Identification of gaps/drafting legal documents, including upgrade of the existing EIA regulations

– Proposal of compliance / enforcement measures

– Formulation of new environmental policy, including a detailed proposal for a new policy and regulations to ensure sustainable financing of sturgeon hatcheries and natural spawning grounds protection in connection with the allocation of fishing

Origin Of Funding: World Bank

Client: Azerbaijan Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources

Year Completed: 05/2004 – 08/2004

– Identification and review of all relevant policy and legislation that could have implications for the establishment management of the Shah Dagh and Ordubad national parks

– Assessment of overall regulations for enforcement of national parks laws and identification of gaps.

– Identification of specifically any potential legal or regulatory impediments to implementation of the proposed model of multiple-use, multiple-zone National Parks to be managed through cooperation among Government agencies

– Review of the basic law, assess comprehensiveness in terms of types of zones, guidelines, applications and regulations.

Origin Of Funding: GTZ GmbH (Germany)

Client: PEM GmbH (Germany)

Year Completed: 07/2000 – 08/2000

Current Turkish Environmental Legislation was studied taking the EC Environmental Legislation documents as reference. A table was prepared, showing the corresponding Turkish legislation for EU Directives of Environmental Acquis. This project also gave an idea about the state of implementation or concordance of the Directive’s provisions in the Turkish legislation briefly.

Through the comparative analysis, actions were needed for transposition were analyzed.

Origin Of Funding: European Community External Actions

Client: WYG International

Year Completed: 2006

– Training on environmental assessment and monitoring

– Capacity Building of BC Staff and experts to undertake the preparation and implementation of environmental services.

– Marketing and Delivery of Programmes

– Review of delivery and impact of pilot environmental services training in each BC.

– Recommendations for future implementation of services

– Recommendations for future implementation of services.

– Preparation of dissemination tools setting out best practice in the organization, staffing and programming of environmental services for SMEs in the form of a BC environmental services manual in a variety of formats

Origin Of Funding: EuropeAid

Client: Delegation of The European Commission to Turkey

Year Completed: 2009

Capacity building programme to raise the effectiveness of investments required by heavy investment EU environmental directives.
Assistance to alignment of the Bank’s technical specifications in accordance with EU acquis.

– Determination of needs through a fact finding meeting

– Comparative analysis of Bank’s technical spesifications by concerning consistency to the EU acquis and best available technologies

Supporting and providing activities such as trainings and technical analysis in relation with the environmental acquis by providing national and international experts.

Origin Of Funding: World Bank

Client: Azerbaijan Ministry of Ecology & Natural Resources

Year Completed: 2004

– Review and assessment of the existing structure of the Ministry;

– Analysis of Ministry’s functions/relationship with regulated entities (public sector and private)

– Development of short-term and long-term plans with recommendations

– Review of the existing environmental legislation and identification of gaps, proposal of needed amendments and draft new legal documents as necessary

– Identification of gaps/drafting legal documents, including upgrade of the existing EIA regulations

– Proposal of compliance / enforcement measures

– Formulation of new environmental policy, including a detailed proposal for a new policy and regulations to ensure sustainable financing of sturgeon hatcheries and natural spawning grounds protection in connection with the allocation of fishing

Origin Of Funding: World Bank

Client: Azerbaijan Ministry of Ecology & Natural Resources

Year Completed: 2004

– Review and recommendations on training needs of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources

– Preparation of training courses

– Implementation of training program

– Assistance for the ministry in drafting study program for the institutional specialisation and professional development