Through September 5-16, 2016 International Summer School «Research for Development» was held in Abastumani
On 27-28 November 2015 the Sustainable Caucasus Project organized a workshop on sustainable mountain development curriculum development in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Meeting of the Steering Group for the Scientific Network for the Caucasus Mountain Regions (SNC-mt) and Kick-of Meeting of the SCOPES Project 'Supporting Sustainable Mountain Development in the Caucasus'
On July 2-3, 2015 the kickoff meeting of the project “Supporting Sustainable Mountain Development in the Caucasus (Sustainable Caucasus)” was held in Tbilisi, Georgia.
On 16-17 September, 2014 UNEP supported the participation of Caucasus researchers at the 2014 Forum Carpaticum in Lviv, Ukraine.
The SNC-mt Scientific Steering Group met in Kvareli, Georgia, on 2-5 July 2014.
The first meeting of the Ad Hoc Informal Working Group took place on 27-28 November 2013.
The meeting towards a Scientific Network in the Caucasus Mountain Region – was organised on 30-31 May 2013 at the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia in Tbilisi.
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in collaboration with the National Association of Local Authorities of Georgia (NALAG) initiated a project in order pave the way towards the establishment of a scientific network in the Caucasus Mountain Regions.
Maps and layers as part of Caucasus Regional Research Agenda illustrations are online on the following platform:
The Geonode instance has been developed in the frame of the “Supporting Sustainable Mountain Development in the Caucasus (Sustainable Caucasus)” project, funded by the Swiss national Science Foundation and the Swiss agency for Development and Cooperation under the SCOPES program, and coordinated by the University of Geneva. This Geonode aims at publishing and sharing relevant geographic data for the project. Some capacity building materials about GeoNode has been developed and adapted with the Caucasus examples.
The Caucasus Spatial Data Infrastructure (C-SDI) GeoNode established for the purpose of increasing the accesses to open source spatial data about the region. The number of layers and maps available under the GeoNode increase by 10 percent and the process of the platform population will continue further.