In the pursuit of a more environmentally friendly economy, the Chinese government laid out a blueprint on pollution reduction goals between 2011 and 2015. Experts believe the new plan will shift the future investment focus in China from infrastructure development to “green” projects. The “National 12th Five-year Plan on Environmental Protection,” released by the State Council on December 15, complimented China’s achievement in pollution control over the past five years and set new goals for the future.
Kenya Sector Plan for Tourism 2013-2017 provides a detailed elaboration of the tourism policies programmes and projects as contained in the Second Medium Term Plan (2013-2017). It gives strategies for the plan period on the basis of the lessons learned from the First Medium Term Plan (2008-2012) while taking cognizant of the global, regional and national socio-political, technological and economic environment.
Kenya Sector Plan for Population, Urbanization and Housing 2013-2017 will guide the second medium-term plan (MTP) (2013-2017)in the implementation of the Kenya Vision 2030. It outlines policies, reform, measures, projects and programmes that will be undertaken within the second MTP period. Implementation of this plan has a critical role in the creation of jobs for the youth and the unemployed.
Kenya Sector Plan for Oil and Other Minerals 2013-2017 outlines the key priority areas that need to be addressed in order to realize the potentials of the sector. Already successes are seen in the form of an increase in the oil/gas sector. The number of active exploration licenses has been on the increase following the discovery of oil in Turkana area and gas in Lamu County.
The document Sector Plan for Drought Risk Management and Ending Drought Emergencies builds on the ending drought emergencies Kenya Country Programme Paper (CPP) and draws to a significant degree from existing strategies, both for individual sectors and for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASALs), and particularly the Vision 2030 development strategy for northern Kenya other arid lands.
Wealth Accounting and the Valuation of Ecosystem Services (WAVES)
Indonesia Integrated System of Environmental and Economic Balance 2012-2016 is intended to provide an overview of the impact of development on the availability and role of natural resources in economic activity. It contains a review of land cover and land use on the islands of Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, Maluku, and Papua, and calculation of the depletion rate of several commodities summarized in the physical and monetary balance sheet.
Developed within the framework of the constitution Kenya National Spatial Plan 2015-2045: An integrated spatial plan for balanced and sustainable national development seeks to achieve promises Kenyans furnished themselves under the new constitution like the right to economy, the need for balanced development across the country, the right to clean and healthy environment and the right to property among others.
The Draft Fiji National Report: On progress in implementation of the Mauritius strategy for implementation (MSI) of the Barbados programme of action (BPOA) 2010-2012 carries the theme "Accelerating Integrated Approach to Sustainable Development". Based on achievements to-date lessons learned and the need to further improve implementation, it is now recognized that a more targeted focus is necessary. Accelerating the integrated approach is the key to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our collective efforts towards sustainable development.
Burkina Faso Strategy for Accelerated Growth and Sustainable Development is the continuation of the reforms undertaken since the adoption of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) in 2000. It is aimed at accelerating growth and promoting sustainable development, especially the building of modern and cohesive society.
GENIVAR Trinidad and Tobago Limited, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Global Environment Facility (GEF)
Thematic Report on Access and Benefit-Sharing assesses the capacity-building needs for access and benefit-sharing (ABS) of genetic resources in Guyana. It fully assessed the capacity building needs and priorities of the Government of Guyana (GoG) as it seeks to establish protocols and mechanisms for granting access to, and benefit-sharing of its genetic resources.