Tajikistan has submitted its Intended Nationally Detrmined Contribution (INDC) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) ahead of the 2015 Paris Agreement.
The process implemented by the Climate Change Centre has been facilitated by Zoï and UNITAR in a process financed by the Federal office of Environment of Switzerland. The INDC is accessible here
Drones in Humanitarian Action
Zoï is a partner in a project fostering the use of Air Borne Systems in humanitarian crisis. The project lead by FSD (Swiss Foundation for Mine Action) and funded by the EU ECHO.
Zoï has made the design and layout of the ‘Practical Sourcebook on Mercury Waste Storage and Disposal’ published by UNEP and ISWA. The sourcebook is intended to enhance the capacity of governments - but also that of industry and of the general public - to store mercury waste and dispose of it in an environmentally sound manner. The publication was launched at ICCM in Geneva on October 2. Zoï is also working on an interactive version of the sourcebook.
Tajik-Afghan Cooperation on Shared Watersheds
Zoï supports a process lead by the UNECE and the OSCE with Facilitation, Assessment and Mapping. Regular consultations taking place in Dushanbe (end of October 2015) and Kabul, the transboundary atlas is accessible on our website (link
A workshop on "Environmental safety of oil and gas pipelines in Belarus" took place in Minsk in September, bringing together operators, technicians, ecologists and international experts.
Our animated movies - about Health, Water, Mercury, Climate Change - are posted on our Vimeo page.