Climate Action Plan of the South Moravian Region

  • Environment

Life in the Czech Republic is changing as a result of climate change - and in the South Moravian Region more than elsewhere. The South Moravian Region has therefore decided to actively face this challenge and has been developing a Climate Action Plan (CAP) for the period 2025 to 2050 since last December. JINAG has therefore been entrusted by the Council of the South Moravian Region with the preparation of this plan.

Climate Action Plan of the South Moravian Region Climate Action Plan of the South Moravian Region


The fact that South Moravia is plagued by various negative natural phenomena can be perceived by the average citizen. Rising average temperatures, long-term droughts, heat waves, massive soil erosion or extreme climatic phenomena such as torrential rains and strong winds negatively affect not only the inhabitants but also the local nature and economy.


The plan aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increase energy self-sufficiency and strengthen the region's ability to adapt to new conditions.


We are developing a plan to help implement mitigation and adaptation measures using a set common framework. This will be based on real data, local conditions and regional priority setting. We will work with experts who know the regional context and involve public and private stakeholders. The conclusions of the meeting will serve as a basis for the development of the project into a SIP. 

What does this mean for people?

The Climate Action Plan will contain measures to mitigate the impact of human activities on the climate and to improve resilience to the impacts of climate change on the environment and the quality of life of the inhabitants of the South Moravian Region.

Current progress

The third and fourth meetings with stakeholders are currently underway.

Project name Climate Action Plan (CAP)
Grant provider Jihomoravský kraj, LIFE Technical Assistance
Project coordinator JINAG
Implementation period 12/2023-09/2024

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