The living document National Climate Change Plan of the United Arab Emirates 2017-2050 consolidates the UAE's climate action under a single framework and identifies strategic priorities, covering both mitigation and adaptation measures.
The climate change document UAE Climate Risk Assessment & Adaptation Measures in Key Sectors: Health, Energy, Infrastructure & Environment is a synthesis of the UAE's climate risk assessment conducted in its four key sectors - health, energy, infrastructure, and the environment - as the first step to implement the National Climate Change Adaptation Program.
Fiji is highly vulnerable to climate change due to its position as a Small Developing State (SIDS), which leaves the country exposed to sea-level rise, cyclones of increasing intensity, and flooding, among other potential consequences. It is therefore imperative to take ambitious and rapid action to address climate change through GHG emission reductions. The Fiji Low Emission Development Strategy (LEDS) 2018-2050 is a living document compiled in 201 to define pathways to achieve low emission development in Fiji until 2050.
This report The Status of Monitoring, Reporting and Verification of Nationally Determined Contributions to Climate Actions in Myanmar provides the basic concepts of MRV, the expectations under Paris Agreement and the results of a detailed stakeholder and situation analysis conducted by GGGI to assess the current institutional capacity and data availability.
Working under the overall direction of the Ministry of Forests and Environment and in partnership with the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport, the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) launched the Electric Mobility Program in 2017, to support a transition towards clean and sustaina
The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia has put forth their strategy for developing a climate‐resilient green economy by 2025. The government states that Ethiopia aims to be a middle‐income country by 2025.
This document, Ethiopia’s Climate-Resilient Green Economy, Climate Resilience Strategy: Water and Energy , is designed to meet the goal of Climate Resilience Green Economy (CRGE) vision of Ethiopia to become a middle-income country by 2025, through rapid economic growth that is resilient to climate change and result in no increase in carbon emissions. The Climate Resilience strategy sets out the implementation priorities for the Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy, building on the Green Economy Strategy.
Ethiopia’s Climate-Resilient Green Economy, Climate Resilience Strategy: Water and energy is designed to effectively leverage these important sectors, which are expected to contribute approximately 7.2 billion USD to the projected GDP growth over the GTPII period.
Ethiopia’s Climate-Resilient Green Economy, Climate Resilience Strategy: Agriculture and forestry highlights the need to engage in more climate-resilient activities in these two vital sectors, which make up 43 per cent of national GDP and employ 80 per cent of the population.