Climate Change Centre

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Public Organization "Markazi Ivazshavii Iqlim" (climate change centre) was created in 2004 to support climate change policy and measures for the reduction of green-house gas emission and adaptation to climate change. Climate Change Centre works in close cooperation with Governmental, non-governmental, international, national and civil society organizations. Its main activities include provision of support to climate change adaptation, mitigation, energy efficiency, energy-supply and renewable energy projects. The Centre also provides Capacity Building assistance for Governmental and non - governmental institutions, raising their awareness on issues related to climate change. 

Climate Change Centre has implemented several local and regional projects on climate change adaptation and mitigation, it has also played a key role in the ratification of Kyoto Protocol of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change by the Republic of Tajikistan. 

Preparation of legislations, national action plans, national communications and strategy of the Government of Tajikistan on climate change are always consulted with the experts of Climate Change Centre.


Round Table

December 28, 2012 the network of public organizations in Tajikistan on climate change and State organization for Hydrometeorology had round table on the results of international negotiations on climate change (COP 18, Doha). During the round table was presentation from the representative of hydromet , PPCR secretariat and public organizations. Round table was organized with the support of international organization ACT Central Asia.



Today 25.12.2012 Commercial Director of the Climate change center - Mr Shodmonov had a meeting with the Representative of the Abt Associates - Jette Findsen, Senior Associate.

The main topic of discussion was on cooperation for the climate change activities in Tajikistan ...


COP 18

The 18th session of the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC and the 8th session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol opened on Monday, 26 November and continued until Saturday, 8 December 2012 at the Qatar National Convention Centre in Doha, Qatar.