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Russian Federation. IAP Capacity Building As а Tool For Regional and Local Planning UNEP Initiative on Capacity Building for Integrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development Mid-term Review Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005

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Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 Deputy Head of Tomsk Administration (Government) О. Koslovskaya UNEP Initiative on Capacity building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development 1 Tomsk Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 Deputy Head of Tomsk Administration (Government) О. Koslovskaya UNEP Initiative on Capacity building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development 1 Tomsk

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Tomsk region at the map of Russia The region’s population is around one million - 0,7 % in Russia. For every two urban dwellers there is one rural dweller. The Tomsk region occupies an area of 316,9 sq. km – 2% territory of Russia More than 85 territories of area concern to the remote areas equal to districts of the Far North 6 cities 20 municipal districts 576 villages The Tomsk region is a geographical center of Russia Regional center is Tomsk city

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3 Competitive advantages Mid-term Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on Capacity building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development The Tomsk region has two main competitive advantages The total value of natural resources is 931,3 trillion $ including non-renewable resources is 930 trillion$. RAW materials: 1 in 3 Tomsk natives has higher education, (1in 5 in the Russian Federation) INTELLECTUAL resources: Hydrocarbon resources (oil, gas, condensate); Minerals (titanium, zirconium, gold,peat, etc.) Timber resources (cedar, fir, pine tree, silver fir, etc.) Non-timber forest resources(nuts, mushrooms, herbs) Water resources (artesian water supply, thermal and medicinal water ) 8 institutes of higher education More than 100 000 students 3. Amount of academics and scientists is 3522 people

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4 Strategic plans and initiatives Mid-term Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on Capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development 1 Programme for Socio-Economic Development of Tomsk region for 2005 September,11, 2003 put into the register of Programs of SED of the RF by MEDAT 2. Strategy for innovative development of the Tomsk region Adopted by the Ministry of Education of the RF and World Bank 3. Strategy for Poverty Alleviation of the Tomsk region Adopted by the Ministry of Health, experts of Foundation 'Institute of Economic of the City' and Foundation 'Independent Institute on Social Politic' There are 5 Programs for SED Tomski, Krivosheinski, Molchanovski, Shegarski districts and Seversk, urban settlement 2003 Being developed are 4 Programs for SED for Tomsk city and Stregevoi, Asinovski and Kolpashevo districts 2004 It is planned to develop 4 Programs for SED Pervomaiski, Kargasokski, Verkhneketski and Kogevnikovski 2005 In the short -term of formulation a Program for socio-economic development for settlements Regional level Municipal level Urban and rural settlements

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6 Robust strategy – pre-requisite for the successful development of the region Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on Capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development Regions compete among themselves and with other territories (countries) in terms of markets and resources The added value migrates and it is important to have a clear concept as to where it will be concentrated in the future? Regional Administration resources are always limited It is necessary to have well defined priorities, plans of actions and purposeful guidelines Strategy establishes a fruitful basis for negotiation between authorities and society Serves to build the regional Administration as a strategic and robust organisation

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7 Strategic goals Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development Prosperity of population Competitiveness of the region Productivity of regional corporations Favorable conditions for business development Qualitative resources (territorial capital)

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Planning process in transition: main gaps Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development Lack of consistency of the planning process Lack of participation Lack of integration Lack of strategic view, poor planning capacity in market environment PPP are budget-oriented rather then objectives oriented Lack of stakeholders involvement

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Regional/Local Development: existing process Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development

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Regional/Local Development: desirable process Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development

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Project Description and key Results

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Project objectives Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development Raise the stakeholders’ awareness of IAP benefits; Enhance the stakeholders capacity to use IAP; Enhance the involvement of ‘non-traditional’ stakeholders into the planning/policy-making process; Strengthen cooperation within the planning/policy-making hierarchy: vertical and horizontal tiers; Facilitate the design of integrated programmes on the regional andamp; local levels (ESE integration).

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Expected outcomes Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development Enhanced understanding of integrating social, economic and environmental objectives to tackle urgent problems of regional / local development; Improved institutional and human capacities of key stakeholders for undertaking IAP for sustainable development within the Tomsk region; Strengthened cooperation between key stakeholders; Consistent planning process/coherent policy-making hierarchy.

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Institutional Framework Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development The project is leading by Tomsk Regional Administration National Implementation Agency: Ecoline EA Center The institutions involved: MEDandamp;T MNR Rostechnadzor (newly established structure to be involved)

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Initiation of the Project Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development National IAP workshop and inception meeting (Moscow, December, 2003) sponsored and organized by UNEP; National EA/IAP international conference partly sponsored by UNEP (Vologda, December, 2003)

Pilot municipalities: 

Pilot municipalities

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Tomsk District Case Study Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development

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Stakeholders’ Involvement Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development Tomsk Regional Administration; Tomsk District Administration District Duma (responsible for approving); Village Administrations Local citizens, including poorest lays; Pensioners Regional enterprises Local SME Farmers Local NGOs Tomsk State University (planners)

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Tools and methods used Situation Analysis - SWOT. Analysis of the Programme structure; consistency analysis Analysis of the goals’ system (Gap-analysis); Environmental screening and brief Impact analysis. Public consultations: Stakeholders Mapping; Informal meetings in villages Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development

Existing gaps and IAP tools for addressing: 

Existing gaps and IAP tools for addressing

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Addressing narrative issues

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Challenges Valuable improving of the local planning capacity; Turning the palling to the needs of local residents; Strengthening relationships and co-operation on the local level Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development

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Lessons learned IAP creates good basis for Programme implementation, monitoring and correction Integration is realistic approach on the local level Public involvement is an exciting tool on both the planning and implementation stages Appropriate forms of public involvement should be used. Forms are differed in rural and urban areas

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Planned Activities and Next Steps Continue the public consultation process Continue IAP case studies: IAP of the DP for Asino and Tomsk City municipalities IAP of the Tomsk Oblast Development Programme (2006-2020) Basing on IAP results, contribute to evaluation process of Tomsk District DP Expand IAP approach to the village planning process Small-scale IAP for Moryakovka village Meeting Geneva, February 16-17, 2005 UNEP Initiative on capacity Building for Intergrated Assessment and Planning for Sustainable Development

IAP methods: 

IAP methods

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