Environment and Energy

Environmental degradation, pollution and unsustainable use of natural resources are a significant concern for Moldova’s development agenda. The economic, social and health costs of environmental degradation and deteriorated infrastructure are high, while economic growth will further increase pressure on the environment and natural resources.

UNDP is assisting the Government in its efforts towards increasing coherence with the EU acquis and improving compliance with commitments under the main Multilateral Environment Agreements to which Moldova is a party. Priority areas of intervention are climate change adaptation and mitigation, disaster risk management, renewable energy and energy efficiency, biodiversity conservation and chemicals management. more

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Renewable energy —biomass, sun, wind, geothermal, and hydroelectric — provides substantial benefits for environment, health, and economy. Photo: UNDP/Valeriu Corcimari

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  • First solar powered concert promotes alternative energy resources. Photo: UNDP/Mihai Maciuca

    Solar powered concert rocks Chisinau

    A solar powered concert in Chisinau this past weekend is just the beginning for rock band FurioSnails. "In 2014, we would like to organize a larger-scale more

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Projects and Initiatives

Moldova Energy and Biomass Project

The Energy and Biomass Project aims to contribute to a more secure, competitive and sustainable energy production in the Republic of Moldova. more

Improving Coverage and Management Effectiveness of the Protected Area System

The Protected Area System (PAS) aims to enhance the coverage and management effectiveness of the protected area system of Moldova by piloting - within the broader framework of the National Environmental Network - the establishment of the first National Park in Moldova. more

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Publications
Towards Equitable and Sustainable Development for All, 2007-2011

The publication “UNDP Moldova: Towards Equitable and Sustainable Development for All” takes stock of the key results and achievements of UNDP’s work in Moldova during 2007-2011 and presents the priorities of the new country programme for 2013-2017.

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