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SUPPORT FOR REVITALIZATIONS OF WATER FLOWS AND WATER RESERVOIRES FROM THE OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME ENVIRONMENT. OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME ENVIRONMENT. is the second largest Czech operational programe (between 2007–2013)

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SUPPORT FOR REVITALIZATIONS OF WATER FLOWS AND WATER RESERVOIRES FROM THE OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME ENVIRONMENT
operational programme environment
OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME ENVIRONMENT
  • is the second largest Czech operational programe (between 2007–2013)
  • main goal is to protect and improve environmental quality throughout the Czech Republic
  • resources:
    • EUR 5 billion from the Cohesion Fund and the European Regional Development Fund
    • EUR 300 million from the National Environmental Fund of the Czech Republic and the state budget
who may apply for grants
WHO MAY APPLY FOR GRANTS
  • municipalities and towns
  • governmental bodies
  • non-governmental bodies
  • research and scientific institutes
  • citizens
  • grant application can be only submitted during announced calls for each given areaof intervention
amount of support
AMOUNT OF SUPPORT
  • grants can represent as much as 90%of a project’s total eligible expenses
  • all projects are required to have publicco-financing
  • beneficiaries may draw financial assistance throughout the project’s implementation based on unpaid invoices issued by suppliers
ope areas of intervention are divided into eight priority axes
OPE AREAS OF INTERVENTION ARE DIVIDED INTO EIGHT PRIORITY AXES
  • Improvement of Water Management Infrastructureand Reduction of Flood Risks
  • Improvement of Air Quality and Reduction ofEmissions
  • The Sustainable Use of Energy Sources
  • The Improvement of Waste Managementandthe Rehabilitation of Old Ecological Burdens

5)The Limiting of Industrial Pollution and EnvironmentalRisks

6)Improving the State of Natureand the Landscape

7)The Development of Infrastructure forEnvironmental Education, Consultancy andAwareness

8) Technical Assistance

priority axes
PRIORITYAXES

Shareofthe Individual Priority Axesofthe OperationalProgramme -Environment

1 3 reduction of flood risks
1.3Reduction of Flood Risks
  • 1.3.1Enhancement of flood service systems: construction and modernization of flood warning and service systems include measuring stations, support for elaboration of flood plans and maps and support for elaboration of basis for flood-prevention measures
  • 1.3.2 Improvement of water flows and creation of retention spaces in inhabited areas, construction of polders with improvement of water flows in flooded area
6 improving the state of nature and the landscape
6. Improving the State of Natureand the Landscape
  • To eliminate or mitigate the decrease in biodiversity, to protect endangered plant and animal species, to provide ecological stability of the landscape and to form and preserve natural elements in settled areas.

6.1 The implementation and management of the NATURA 2000 network

6.2 Support for biodiversity

6.3 Recovery of landscape features

6.4 Enhancement of the water regime of landscape

6.5 Support for the regeneration of urbanized landscape

6.6 The prevention of landslides and rock avalanches, the monitoring of geological phenomens and the impacts of mining and extraction activities, and the assessment of non-renewable natural sources, including groundwater resources

6 4 enhancement of the water regime of landscape
6.4Enhancement of the water regime of landscape

Revitalization of water flows, revitalization of water reservoires and construction of polders in the purpose of flood prevention and support of biodiversity

Support of measures for soil protection from water and wind erosion

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6.4Enhancement of the water regime of landscape

  • 2nd. call OPE
  • 6.4: 211 projects supported, 900 116 563 Kč
  • 6th. call OPE
  • 1.3.1: 15 projects supported, 221 008 763 Kč
  • 1.3.2: 2 projects supported, 26 994 551 Kč
  • 6.4: 349 projects supported, 1 893 273 173 Kč
  • Next call: autumn 2009
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Problems

  • Competence – divided between Ministry of Agriculture (custody of waterflows) and Ministry of Environment
  • Ownership – preparation of projects for revitalization of waterflows is long and complicated process
finished project from 2nd call
Finished project from 2nd call
  • revitalization of Hostákovský stream, Vysočina region
  • construction of water reservoir, revitalization of small water stream
  • cost: 1 896 742 Kč
project from 6th call
Project from 6th call
  • revitalization of Strážný stream, South Bohemia region
  • construction of water reservoir, revitalization of marsh and small water stream
  • cost: 7 682 135 Kč
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Thank you for your attention.

Michal Slezák

Nature protection department

Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic

State Environment Fund of the Czech Republic, Kaplanova 1931/1, 148 00 Prague 11 – Chodov

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