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EU4Environment Action, funded by the European Union, launched in February 2022 the report “Towards Green Transformation of the Republic of Moldova: State of Play in 2021”.

This report presents a snapshot of the country’s progress towards green economy over 2015-20, using OECD green growth indicators. This is also a first attempt to evaluate the implementation of the National Programme on the Promotion of Green Economy in the Republic of Moldova and its Action Plan 2018-20, based on green growth indicators. In addition, the report will support preparation of the new action plan on green economy for 2022-27 and of Environmental Strategy 2030.

The Ministries of Environment and Economy welcomed the launch of the updated Report on Green Growth Indicators and the list of new indicators presented. Being updated, this list serves as a basis for assessing the current situation regarding the promotion of the green economy in our country and will be a new starting point for developing the measures of the green transition, including performance indicators for the Programme on the promotion of Green Economy for 2022-2027.

The list of new indicators needed to assess change — such as green jobs, green services and goods, green investment, etc. — will also be used for decision-making or argumentation on certain sectors of the country’s socio-economic development at the current stage.

The digital platform to monitor the progress of the Republic of Moldova towards a green economy, based on Green Growth Indicators, was developed and officially presented to the public. This is the first kind of web portal in the Eastern Partnership region.

This platform will help the Moldovan government:

◊ Track progress towards a green economy

◊ Inform the decision-making

◊ Demonstrate accountability

◊ Raise public awareness of the links between economic growth and the environment

◊ Compare progress between countries.

The platform is available in Romanian and English languages on the website of the Ministry of Environment.