on the Carpathian Green Infrastructure


Thank you for filling out this short questionnaire aimed at identification of major undertakings implemented in your country and related the Carpathian green infrastructure.

For this purpose, green infrastructure should be considered as a strategically planned, spatially coherent network, composed – depending on the spatial scale – of such elements as for example:

We are interested in basic, key characteristics of undertakings:

More than one option can be selected in check-boxes below. Please, feel free to leave blank if irrelevant or no information available.

Please, use a separate questionnaire for each undertaking.

Thank you very much for your time and help! Please, contact us via e-mail should you have any doubts or questions.

1. Title of the undertaking
2. Formal status / character of the undertaking
government-related (e.g. implemented within routine, statutory duties of state authorities, governmental agencies etc. – or as a government-commissioned assignment to outside contractors)
government-independent (NGO project, research grant, etc.)
3. Geographic scope

selected area/s (location/s) within the country’s Carpathian region
the whole Carpathian region in the country
the country’s Carpathian region (whole or in part) and other areas, up to the whole country
part of an international undertaking
other (please, briefly describe)
4. Purpose / scope of the undertaking
diagnosis (e.g. basic research, inventory, assessment of state, identification of threats, etc.)
planning of measures (e.g. strategy, action plan/programme, legal acts, etc.)
implementation of measures
5. Context in which the undertaking relates to green infrastructure
biological diversity
ecological connectivity
ecosystem services
climate regulation, climate change mitigation and/or adaptation
spatial management, landscape management
agriculture, rural development
water management, flood/drought protection
urban development
other aspects of sustainable local development (e.g. tourism)
6. Implementation status (as of March 2018)
planned or awaiting implementation in the near future (e.g. project proposal submitted)
7. Source of further, more detailed information about the undertaking
Coordinating institution (name, contact information):

Formal owner of project outputs (name, contact information):


Other, e.g. source of the final report, database, publication etc. (preferably in English)
The questionnaire was completed by:





Thank you very much for your cooperation!
By submitting this Questionnaire, you hereby agree on processing of your personal data in the range of: name, surname, institution, staff position, telephone and email address – for the purpose of collecting information contained in this questionnaire, as well as for identification and potential further communication by UNEP/GRID-Warsaw Centre with the respondents.

Processing of your personal data is done in accordance with the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data (...) ("General Data Protection Regulation").

The Administrator of your personal data is Environmental Information Centre UNEP/GRID-Warsaw, 8 Sobieszyńska Street, 00-764 Warsaw, Poland. The Data Protection Officer was appointed at the UNEP/GRID-Warsaw Centre. Contact with the Inspector is ensured by e-mail:, or telephone number +48 22 840 6664.

Your personal data will be treated and secured with caution and used mainly for internal, project-related purposes. It is not aimed to be widely and publicly disseminated. It may be transferred to third parties, including institutions authorized to supervise and control project implementation on the part of the funding institutions (European Commission – LIFE Programme, and National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management), as well as other state bureaus and agencies with controlling powers.

Your data will be kept during a minimum period of project implementation and during the project sustainability period (till end of December 2025). UNEP/GRID-Warsaw Centre may also keep your data afterwards in its secure internal archives for reference and networking within future Carpathian projects.

Provision of data is voluntary. You have the right to: access your data and rectify, delete, limit processing, transfer data, object to processing, the right to withdraw consent at any time in cases and on the conditions specified in the General Data Protection Regulation. As a consequence of the withdrawal of consent to the processing of personal data your data will be removed from the database.

You have the right to lodge a complaint to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection when you think that your personal data are processed in violation of General Data Protection Regulation provisions.