Poland commits to increasing carbon storage in its forests. This commitment will contribute to the stabilisation of CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere. Poland aims to achieve this commitment through the possible establishment of a national market system for carbon credits.
Poland commits to reducing carbon dioxide emission through co-financing projects that aim to improve the energy-efficiency of street lighting systems under the Green Investment Scheme. The commitment will result in an improvement of quality of life and safety for residences.
Poland commits to protecting forests against threats arising from climate change especially in land retention and erosion prevention in lowlands and mountainous areas. The commitment will be implemented within the II Priority Axis of the Infrastructure and Environment Programme.
Croatia commits to improve and promote the voluntary participation of organisations in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) environmental management standards and the eco-management and audit scheme (EMAS).
Croatia commits to improving the existing National Register for Pollutant Release and Transfer by developing more relevant, validated and up-to-date data and by making the register more publicly accessible.
Croatia commits to implementing and promoting a national “Environment Friendly” label and EU Ecolabel for sustainable goods and services. The commitment will inform producers about benefits of ecolabels and sensitise the public to buying sustainable goods and services.