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  1. 1. www.gwpcee.org Compendium of IDMP CEE project Gregor Gregorič (& Tanja Tajnik) 4th IDMP CEE Workshop Bucharest, 21 & 22 April, 2015 7.1
  2. 2. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org •Main objective is to prepare a “publication which will be a mix of existing information, success stories and results of this project” •Structure of the whole Compendium was prepared and activities/outputs were incorporated into the Compendium •Content of the Compendium is mainly based on the final outputs from the rest of activities (not finished yet, because outputs are not finalized yet) •Levels to describe activities/outputs Compendium is a final brochure of a IDMP CEE project for public Basic info
  3. 3. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org Base: a fundamental principle or groundwork. Good Example: something to be imitated; "an exemplar of success"; something that serves as a pattern to be imitated. Good Practice: A good (or best) practice is a method or technique that has consistently shown results superior to those achieved with other means and that is used as a benchmark” or “… set of guidelines or ideas that represent the most efficient or prudent course of action. Activities can be categorised in one/more levels – depends on different outputs! Levels
  4. 4. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org Compendium Structure 1. Preface • IDMP CEE introduction of a programme • GWP • DMCSEE • Instructions how to use Compendium 2. Drought Management • Review of the current status of the implementation of Drought Management plans and measures within RBMP according to WFD (1.2) • Guidelines for Drought Management Plans (2.1) • Drought Risk Management Scheme: a decision support system (5.4)
  5. 5. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org Compendium Structure (2) 3. Drought Monitoring and forecasting • Drought data exchange platform (1.3) • Policy oriented study on remote sensing agricultural drought monitoring methods (5.5) 4. Measures to reduce drought impacts, vulnerabilities and risk • Increasing soil-water holding capacity in agriculture (5.1) • Natural small water retention measures (5.3) • Assessment of drought impact on forests (5.2) • Upgrading agricultural drought monitoring and forecasting: the case of Ukraine and Moldova (5.6)
  6. 6. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org Compendium Structure (3) 5. EU drought projects • Good practices from projects and information, links etc. 6. Communication with end users • National consultation dialogues • Effective communication with end users – how to do it? 6 Chapters ~35 pages Activities are classified into chapters according to their content/final results/outputs!
  7. 7. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org Title of Activity Presentations of Activities Preface Brief description Implementation process and methodologies applied Outputs/Documents produced Added value Basic info
  8. 8. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org Activity information: from Final Activity Reports (FARs) and Activities outputs/documents ADDED VALUE: Final point of Activity results – what is the main result of your Activity? Is Activity maybe good practise, good example, knowledge base, methodology etc.? Important that FAR (added value) is written for the purpose of Compendium – your main result!
  9. 9. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org Two examples: Activity 3.1 & Activity 5.2 Levels (base, good example, good practice) will be included in every output (IF POSSIBLE)! Some outputs are more methodological – they will be included in Methodologies applied instead of Outputs/Documents produced Activities has more than one outputs and some outputs are only step to final results – it will be mentioned but not treated as a final results
  10. 10. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org Drought data exchange platform (Activity 1.3) Activity example Preface Partners were expected to collect existing national data (SPI and any other indicators that are used in partner’s countries for identifying or forecasting drought) and make them available through European Drought Monitor (EDO)…. Brief description First step to monitor drought on international and regional level is to establish communication with (and between) national authorities. All countries, except Moldova, have operational products used for drought monitoring. Some of countries use a lot of different data sources, some rely only on one indicator…. Implementation process and methodologies applied Presentations have been prepared for all three IDMP CEE workshops and training has been given on second one…. Outputs/Documents produced Implementation Report: Metadata for 18 drought related products from 8 countries have been prepared and added to Drought Metadata Catalogue and described. Implementation guide: There are several options for selection of data exchange platform for IDMP project. Main consideration was in decision to develop new services or to attach IDMP project to one of existing systems. Guide is a 26 pages long brochure includes information and guidelines how to integrate a new data to the EDO – European Drought Observatory. Links to online documents!!! Added value The work in this activity is building on knowledge and experiences from previous project dealing with interoperability issue – mainly EuroGEOSS project. EuroGEOSS demonstrated the added value to the scientific community and society of making existing systems and applications interoperable and used within the GEOSS and INSPIRE frameworks… Basic info Activity leader: Gregor Gregorič, EARS/DMCSEE (Slovenia), Luka Honzak, external expert (Slovenia) Participing Partners: …
  11. 11. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org Assessment of drought impact on forests (Activity 5.2) Activity example Preface The planned and executed steps of forest demonstration project are as follows: •Monitoring of the current situation of forestry sector in 4 GWP countries: policy, governance, property, employment, GDP, main forest indices, education and research, problems and SWOT; •Elaboration of local maps of annual mean temperature and annual precipitation in 2050 ind 2070 according to RCPs of IPCC AR5 and WorldClim data set; •Determination of local forest vulnerability zones by De Martonne aridity index in current climate (1950-2000), 2050 and 2070, and forest area and tree species distribution over vulnerability zones; •Elaboration of local programmes of adaptation measures which mitigate the future negative drought impact on forests. Brief description Forest demonstration project corresponds to UN and EU forests in the provision of drinking water. Forest demonstration project corresponds to UN and EU forest challenges. By implementation of integrated forest adaptation measures over vulnerability zones at local level as well as at CEE level will be achieved the following: •Sustainable management of forestry sector to mitigate the drought impact on forests; •Increase the environmental, economic and social effect of forests; •Protection of water resources availability by quantity and quality etc. Implementation process and methodologies applied The implementation process of the forest demonstration project was as follows: Presentation of current forest situation in 4 GWP CEE countries and development of the methodology for assessment of drought impact on forests; elaboration of maps about annual mean temperature and annual precipitation in current climate, 2050 and 2070; determination of forest vulnerability zones by De Martonne aridity index; determination of forest areas and tree species distribution over vulnerability zones, elaboration of programmes of adaptation measures to mitigate drought impact on forests; dissemination of the results of forest demonstration project.
  12. 12. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org Assessment of drought impact on forests (Activity 5.2) Activity example Outputs/Documents produced •Determination of vulnerability forest zones in current climate, 2050 and 2070 according to IPCC AR5 (2014) and distribution of forest areas and tree species over vulnerability zones. This output is a base for further determination of adaptation measures •Adaptation measures for the forests to mitigate negative effects of the drought – will be used in forestry chapter of the new National strategies on adaptation to climate change and RMBPs 2016-2021-2027. Also, other measures are applicable in the future management plans of the forestry sector in 4 GWP CEE countries as well as in other CEE countries Added value •This demonstration project can contribute to the better understanding of drought, its impacts on forests and establishment of adaptation/mitigation measures •The team experts established the projected changes in annual mean temperature, annual precipitation and forest vulnerability zones in 2050 and 2070 using the RCPs of IPCC AR5, published in 2014. These new projections confirmed the temperature increase and precipitation descrease in forest areas of 4 GWP CEE countries from the past investigations. •For the first time the forest areas and tree species distribution are determined over vulnerability zones in current climate and future period according to optimistic and pessimistic scenarios of IPCC AR5. This is very important for the forestry practice because the adaptation measures over vulnerability zones are related to concrete forest area and tree species. Mapping of temperature, precipitation and De Marton aridity index was made by using WorldClim data set about temperature and precipitation and national data sets about forest indices. Basic info Activity leader: Galia Bardarska, GWP-Bulgaria, Participing partners: Bulgaria, Lithuani, Ukraine, Slovenia
  13. 13. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org Contents •Review of existing National Action Plans (EU, world) – Mediterranean countries, Central and Eastern countries, United States, United Kingdom •Responsibility for drought Management in Slovenia •Drought status in South-Eastern Europe •Monitoring and early drought management (drought observatories, current status in Slovenia) •Processes in drought management (past national revisions, drought in Slovenia, drought prevention, elimination of drought consequences, combination of drought actions, summary, recommendations, reduction of the sensitivity of agricultural production in drought – actions, report on the corrective actions of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food) •Proposal of a drought management plan •Legislative framework (review of Slovenian drought and water laws, good practices) •Suggestions and ideas Features of the DMP The draft of National Action Plan of Slovenia is written in Slovenian language and it is now in status of implementation. Slovenian NAP (draft) is a really good review of other countries and in the process of research work was established a really good proposal (figures) of responsibilities and ideas/proposals for drought management in figures. *the final scheme is represented under that table Link / Date of UN Convention for Combating Desertification Ratification 28.6.2001 Pages number 140 p. Drought Management Plans (example: Slovenia)
  14. 14. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org What makes this DMP unique?! Slovenia: Final management scheme
  15. 15. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org Contents •Drought Plan Framework •Regional Overview •Drought Management Strategy •Drought Triggers and Scenarios •Drought Forecasting •Drought Measures to Manage Supply and Demand •Minimising the Impact of Drought on the Environment •Drought Management and Communications Plan •Post Drought Actions Features of the DMP Anglian Water’s Drought Plan 2013 has been produced to comply with the statutory requirements introduced in the Water Act 2003, the Drought Plan Direction 2011 and Environment Agency guidelines. The purpose of our drought plan is to demonstrate how we will protect public water supplies during a drought, whilst minimising any potential environmental impacts that may arise as a result of our activities. This draft Drought Plan 2013 has been prepared in response to comments received following consultation on our draft Drought Plan 2012. Drought Management Strategy: Part Three of our drought plan presents the strategy and technical detail around how we propose to manage public water supplies during the onset and prevailing conditions of a drought. Link http://www.anglianwater.co.uk/_assets/media/Draft_Drought_Plan_2013_FINAL.pdf Date of UN Convention for Combating Desertification Ratification 18.10.1996 Pages number 122 p. Drought Management Plans (example: UK) Excellent communication aspect
  16. 16. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org • Greece • Italy • Portugal • Turkey • Slovenia • Armenia • Georgia • The Republic of Moldova • Romania • Spain • United Kingdom Drought Management Plans (countries)
  17. 17. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org • INTERREG IV C-Project on Water Scarcity and Drought. Water Core – Good practises handbook • DROUGHT-R&SPI website • And other – ideas?! We will use some examples from other drought projects for info and online links will be added too! EU drought Projects - review
  18. 18. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org You can send us your feed-back to tanjatajnik@gmail.com Feed-back
  19. 19. Compendium of Good Practices (7.1)April 2015 www.gwpcee.org Thank you for your attention!

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