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Work plan for the upcoming year. Work plan for the upcoming year. What has been done so far. Our Deliverables D2.1 Description of the constructed database, data quality and data collection methods D2.2 The spatial -economic-environmental database for the model. What we are doing.

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Work plan for the upcoming year

Work plan for the upcoming year

Work plan for the upcoming year


What has been done so far

What has been done so far

  • Our Deliverables

    • D2.1 Description of the constructed database, data quality and data collection methods

    • D2.2 The spatial -economic-environmental database for the model


What we are doing

What we are doing

  • WP2: Data collection and analysis

    • Task 2.2 – Analysis of Russian regional data

      • according to this methodology partners evaluate the data quality on seven Federal Districts of RF

      • and then write reports (explanation of your expert evaluation) by the end of May 2010

        • IET – Central and South Districts

        • VSU – North-Western District

        • USU – Ural and Volga Federal Districts

        • FECED – Far East and Siberian Districts

          Please send us your “not-OK” regarding any data as soon as possible, so that we can change the data accordingly.


What we are doing1

What we are doing

  • WP3: General structure of the model

    • Task 3.1 – Mathematical formulation of the general model structure

    • Task 3.2 – Model building

    • Task 3.3 – Construction of the model parameters

    • Task 3.4 – Calibration of the model

      • TML - model code (December 2009)

      • TML - plugs in data (results form WP2 - team leader CEFIR) (May 2009)

      • TML - sends results to other teams (end of May 2010)

      • other teams - results assessment (June 2010)

      • other teams - scenario formulation (June 2010)

        WP3 Deliverables (M18 – June 2010)

      • Preliminary results are to be presented at the meeting in June 22-23

      • D3 – Description of the general structure of the SUST-RUS model (TML)


What we are doing2

What we are doing

  • WP4: Sustainability indicators

    • Task 4.1 – Literature review of sustainability indicators

    • Task 4.2 – Construction of the set of the social indicators

    • Task 4.3 – Construction of the set of the economic indicators

    • Task 4.4 – Construction of the set of the environmental indicators

    • Task 4.5 – Development of the policy assessment framework

      • WP4 leader →TML

      • other partners → form up a list of indicators that regional authorities are using, it will improve the analysis (May-June 2010)

      • TML → makesthe framework for indicators, chooses indicators

        WP4 Deliverables (M18 – June 2010)

      • D4 – Description of a set of sustainability indicators for the SUST-RUS model (TML)


D5 is the result of three wps

D5 – is the result of three WPs

  • D5 tasks from Task Leaders → April 2010

  • IM5. Discussion of WP5, WP6 and WP7 progress → Month 22 – Oct 2010

  • Parallel work: ZEW, TML, CEFIR → May 2010 – March 2011

  • IM6. Presentation of results of WP5, WP6, WP7 and progress on WP8 → Month 28 – Apr 2011

Start month – 16 (April 2010)

End month – 27 (March 2011)

  • WP5 Deliverable (M27 – March 2011)

    • Description of the environmental, international and social part of the model


Save the date

Save the date

  • June 22-23, 2010 – a working seminar

    • Just before the end of the first reporting period Peter de Smedt will come to CEFIR to discuss the SUST-RUS progress and explain us the current EC regulations on project reporting

  • June 2010 – end of the 1st reporting period

    • within 40 days after the first reporting period we will have to submit the Report to the European Commission June 2010 – end of the 1st reporting period

    • within 40 days after the first reporting period we will have to submit the Report to the European Commission

  • Our next internal meeting – IM5 “Discussion of WP5, WP6 and WP7 progress

    • October 2010 – where?

  • IM6 + Public Seminar – April 2011, Vladivostok (?)

    • This public seminar is to be held in order to share findings and discuss strategies of linking international, social and environmental modules.

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Plans for the future

Plans for the future

  • Reports to be submitted by partners:

    • Expert evaluation on the data quality on seven Federal Districts of RF → end of May 2010

    • A list of indicators that regional authorities are currently using → May-June 2010

    • Assessment of results of the model calibration → June 2010

    • Formulation of scenarios → June-August 2010

    • Progress report for the first reporting period → July 1, 2010

    • Financial report for the first reporting period → July 1, 2010

  • Milestones & Deliverables List in detail is presented in:

    • Annex I – Description of Work

    • http://sust-rus.org/project stages

    • Project Presentation→http://sust-rus.org/publications


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