Sectors: Citizenship, Co-op & Development, Enlargement, Environment, Innovation, Public Management
Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Federations Unions, Local and Regional authorities, Training centres
Regions: Candidate countries, European Union
Category: Call for proposals
References:To view this information, please connect.
Additional info regions:
Candidate countries: Croatia
Responsible: European Commission
Useful:To view this information, please connect.
Contact:To view this information, please connect.
Advice:To view this information, please connect.
This call for proposals aims to report capabilities of the Republic of Croatia in the field of environmental reporting towards both European Commission (EC) and United Nations (UN) improved by enhancement of Croatian Environment Agency (CEA) capacities.
Priorities and funded actions:
– To implement modern communication technologies and standards in line with EU requirements in allowing the use of cartographic support and in developing routines for processing of the collected environmental data and their evaluation
– To enhance access to information about the environment of Croatia
– To improving the quality of collected and reported data and their alignment with international requirements
– To contribute to fulfilment of the reporting requirements of environmental data in Croatia to the EU
Among financed actions
– Conducting analysis covering accuracy, relevancy, integrity and quality of diffuse emission data (in to the air, water and land/waste) in the existing national systems and producing report with recommendations for improvements
– Conducting analysis of Croatian EPR data in order to produce report with recommendations for other reporting purposes according to requirements of EU and international legislation
– Developing web based IT application for air emission calculation based on functional and technical specifications
– Preparing functional and technical specifications for design and establishment of web portal for Croatian EPR system
– Conducting workshops for at least 10 CEA employees and 40 representatives of stakeholders