Održan je dvodnevni sastanak tematske mreže Jedro

Ovaj smo tjedan u Šibeniku 23. i 24. studenog održali dvodnevni sastanak tematske mreže Jedro (https://door.hr/portfolio/jedro/). Zajedno s 10 partnera tematske mreže Jedro i vanjskim pridruženim članicama raspravljali smo o unapređenju sustava upravljanja na tri ključna tematska područja (voda, energetika i otpad) kao doprinos rješavanju ekološke krize i klimatskih promjena.

Na sastanku smo analizirali podatke o gospodarenju otpadom koje je naš istraživački tim, u koji su uključeni svi partneri tematske mreže Jedro, marljivo prikupljao za sve jedinice lokalne samouprave u RH. Detaljnije smo analizirali i gospodarenje otpadom u Prelogu i općinama gornjeg Međimurja koje su, i uz pomoć Zelene akcije (https://zelena-akcija.hr/hr/programi/otpad/prica_o_uspjehu_preloga_prvog_hrvatskog_zero_waste_grada), u gospodarenju otpadom cijelo jedno desetljeće ispred ostatka Hrvatske.

Raspravljali smo i o najnovijim koracima u, sad već frustrirajuće dugoj, reformi vodnog sektora. Nažalost, i najnovija odluka o povećanju broja uslužnih područja kao dio reforme vodnog sektora potvrđuje sumnje u planiranu reformu koje smo iznijeli još 2014. godine u analizi koja je objavljena u publikaciji Naša voda. (https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/zelena-akcija.production/zelena_akcija/document_translations/950/doc_files/original/zelena_akcija_voda_za_web.pdf?1412598033)

Konačno, raspravljali smo i o ograničenjima koja obeshrabruju građan/ke da u značajnijoj mjeri sudjeluju u energetskoj tranziciji kroz proizvodnju električne energije iz malih solarnih sustava.Iz Šibenika se vraćamo s novom energijom da na temelju istraživanja i dokaza prikupljenih kroz istraživanje ponudimo odgovore na navedene izazove te pozivamo i druge organizacije i pojedince da nam se pridruže u ovom napornom, ali vrlo inspirativnom radu.


JEDRO – Public policies for sustainable social development: water, energy, waste

DOOR, in cooperation with partner organizations, on October 29, 2020. started the implementation of a three-year project in which it will collect and analyse data and contribute to the improvement of the management systems in three key thematic areas: water, energy and waste.

Project goals:

Project JEDRO is a thematic network that promotes participatory models of co-production in areas of water management, waste management and renewable energy sources. The goals will be achieved by conducting scientific research as a basis for advocating participatory models based on the principle of evidence-based policy making, strengthening cooperation between academia and CSOs and strengthening the capacity of CSOs for scientific research in these areas. The JEDRO network will work to ensure that cooperation with the academic community and the capacities of CSOs continue to develop continuously.

Also, network will explore management models, which are so far insufficiently researched or developed in Croatia, and which would make a significant contribution to resolving the ecological crisis and mitigating climate change.

In the area of ​​water management, the focus of the research will be on quality and price differences in the area of water services, needed reforms, how citizens are involved and which mechanisms are managed. In waste management, zero waste management will be explored in response to the existing problem of unsustainable waste management also promoting a model that contributes to both environmental and economic sustainability. In the field of renewable energy sources, the emphasis will be on various organization forms of production (e.g. energy cooperatives) that offer more participation and are more important at the level of national and local policies.

The thematic areas reflect the priorities of environmental protection, sustainability and economic development. Therefore, within the JEDRO project, guidelines for the improvement of the management system of the mentioned thematic areas will be produced and their application will be promoted among decision makers and other stakeholders.

A key horizontal theme common to all areas is the issue of citizen involvement in service management.

Project elements:

  • Strengthening civil society organizations partnerships and involving new members to the thematic network
  • Conducting public opinion polls and analysing social needs
  • Conducting scientific research in the area of identified necessary social change
  • Guidelines for the development of evidence-based public policies
  • Conducting social impact analyses for the proposed interventions
  • Implementing structured dialogue of all stakeholders and decision makers
  • Promotion and visibility
  • Project management and administration

 

 

 

Role of DOOR: 
Partner

Project duration: 
October 2020 – September 2023

Partners:
From Croatia

Funding:
European Social Fund

 

Total value of the project:
HRK 3.594.308,89

Target group:
The public, governmental, NGO, local authorities and other stakeholders

Contact person for more informations:
Daniel Rodik
Tel: 091/4655-402
Mail: daniel.rodik@door.hr

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