RECENT AND ONGOING PROJECTS
BiH ESAP 2030+
GeoViable provides support and quality assurance services to local experts leading the water working group, as part of the development of the Environmental Strategy and Action Plan of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH ESAP 2030+). Upon a request made by authorities at all levels and jurisdictions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the BiH ESAP 2030+ process is financially supported by the Swedish Embassy to BiH and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency. Its development is entrusted to the Stockholm Environment Institute. The project intends to improve the state of the environment in BiH as well as contribute to progress in the process of BiH becoming a member of the EU.
For further information please visit https://esap.ba/
Drought and basin scale water allocation
GeoViable provides consulting services to the Global Center on Adaptation related to drought and basin scale water allocation in low and high income countries in Africa, Europe and South Asia. The work includes identifying good practice and assessing the extent to which it is relevant in different contexts, such as varying income levels and extent of regulation of water basins.
For more information please visit https://gca.org
Sustainable Hydropower Use and Integration in China and Europe (SHUI-ChE)
GeoViable provides consulting services to the Stockholm Environment Institute related to the role and function of hydropower in realizing low-carbon development pathways and market integration in an EU context. Ongoing research includes exploring the market and regulatory mechanisms in EU member states that realize hydropower’s balancing potential to the power grid.
The project is part of the China Europe Water Platform. For further information please visit www.cewp.eu
Enhancing trust in government for effective water governance (EnTruGo)
GeoViable collaborates with the Stockholm Environment Institute in a research project that has received funding through JPI Water. The project aims to investigate if and how democratic innovations in water governance impact the level of stakeholder trust towards government. The work is part of an international research collaboration that includes various case studies in Europe and Africa. Particular focus is granted to the governance of hydropower development on traditional Sami lands in the north of Sweden.
For further information please visit www.waterjpi.eu