|Priority Area:||Sustainable Energy|
|Project Title:||Greening 2014 Sochi Olympics: A Strategy and Action Plan for the Greening Legacy, Medium-sized Project|
|Budget and Source of Funds:||Medium-sized project: Total budget US$ 14,417,000 of which from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) US$900,000, from the UK Government US$120,000. Project Preparatory Grant (completed): US$ 125,000 (of which US$ 55,000 - GEF)|
|Starting Date and Duration:||2011-2013|
|Executing Agency:||Ministry of natural resources and environment of Russia|
|Partnerships:||Sochi-2014 Organizing Committee, State Corporation "Olympstroy", Sochi City Administration, Krasnodar Kray Administration, Olympic Investors|
|Delivery:||2011: US$ 78,000; 2012: US$369,800|
|Contacts:||National Project Director:|
Deputy Head of Department, Department of state policy and regulation in the field of environment protection and security, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation
Tel: +7 (495) 787 2182
For more information please contact:
Ms. Natalia Olofinskaya
Head of office
Tel: +7 (495) 787 2139
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00074313 - Greening 2014 Sochi Olympics: A Strategy and Action Plan for the Greening Legacy, Medium-sized Project
The project aims at addressing climate change mitigation through greening a large international event in Russia – the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic games. The project Objective is to produce a Greening Strategy and Action Plan for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. The project will develop greening recommendations and action plans in six specific sectors. By introducing an early Climate Change planning the project will help setting up a "carbon neutral" event and unleash the potential for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction during the preparation to and conduction of the Sochi Olympic games. In doing so the MSP project will produce an integrated programmatic approach (a set of project proposals) for the Greening of Sochi Olympics.
Outcome 1 “Green building standards”: An Action Program for introducing green standards for Sochi Olympics construction and further replication.
Outcome 2 “Energy efficiency and power planning”: Integrated Strategy and Action Plan for energy efficiency.
Outcome 3 ”Renewable energy technologies”: Reducing GHG emissions through increased application of renewable energy technologies at 2014 Olympics.
Outcome 4 ”Low carbon transport”: An integrated strategy and action plan for reducing GHG emissions from transport during preparations and convening of the Olympics.
Outcome 5 ”Carbon offsets”: Sochi Carbon Offsets Programme
Outcome 6 ”Public awareness and advocacy strategy”: A comprehensive public awareness, advocacy and outreach program.
More information about the Project and its implementation stage can be found on the Project web-site.
Information updated: 2015-07-21 18:18:53
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