Climate Action Network in the region of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia unites more than 40 civil society organisations from 11 countries that work with the topic of climate change. We are part of the largest international Climate Action Network with more than 1900 NGOs worldwide.
CAN EECCA organized a workshop focused on the registration process for the UNFCCC. The workshop aimed to equip NGOs and media members with the necessary knowledge and tools to navigate the registration process effectively. Attendees had the opportunity to learn from experienced speakers who provided valuable insights and guidance.
On April 26, the anniversary of the Chernobyl accident, CAN EECCA published its position on nuclear energy. In addition, we sent letters to the three governments of the countries – Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan – where nuclear power plants are planned. We were interested in whether the governments of these countries really fully realize all the risks associated with the possible construction of nuclear power plants on their territories.
CAN EECCA have a weekly Russian news digest and a fortnightly English newsletter. We send the most relevant climate news to our subscribers, network members, climate publications, media organizations, and society. We want to improve newsletter coverage and increase the number of our subscribers. Goals: Improve the reliability and stability of newsletter/digest distribution, minimizing the…
The last days in the village of Soyudlu in the Gadabay region of Azerbaijan were marked by a series of protests by residents against the construction of an artificial reservoir designed to drain waste from chemical treatment during the extraction of gold ore at a nearby gold deposit.
In the hot city of Tbilisi more than 50 people from all over our region have gathered to learn more about climate change and the civil society’s role in combating it. We want to share with you some of the highlights of this year’s Climate Dialogues. As previously, CAN EECCA has gathered participants from Eastern…
Central Asia is facing a severe water crisis that threatens not only economic development but also the lives of millions of people. The lack of freshwater due to climate change and inefficient water management poses significant challenges for the region’s countries. With the advent of summer, the capitals and many small towns of Central Asia are faced with an acute problem of access to drinking water. CAN EECCA analyzed the situation.