National Documents

The Green Growth National Documents Database is a library of key official documents that advance green growth and green economy. The Database highlights countries’ actions towards green growth and provides access to relevant plans and policies.

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Cambodia
Cambodia National Policy on Green Growth sets out the Royal Government of Cambodia’s (RGC) objectives, strategy and action plan regarding the implementation of green growth policies and mechanisms in Cambodia. Green growth efforts in Cambodia are carried out in cooperation with the National Council on Green Growth (NCGG) and the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI).
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Cambodia
Promulgated by the Royal Government of Cambodia Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan 2014-2023 (CCCSP) is the first-ever national policy document responding to the climate change issues the country is facing. It reflects Cambodia's political will, firm commitment, and readiness for the reduction of climate change impacts on national development.
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Morocco
The Kingdom of Morocco is committed to meeting the challenges of the twenty-first century by making sustainable development a true social project and a new model for development. 7 Challenges with 137 detailed underlying development objectives to operationalize the sustainable development strategy are presented in the document National Sustainable Development Strategy , alongside budgetary and implementation strategies.
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Antigua and Barbuda
The document Antigua and Barbuda's 2015-2020 National Action Plan: Combating desertification, land degradation, and drought seeks to address issues of serious Desertification/Land Degradation and Drought (DLDD) in Antigua and Barbuda and serves as a guide to the national situation and highlights the area where mitigation and adaptation should occur. It fosters clearer pathways towards coordinated and strategic actions to address the effects of DLDD and identifies gaps in human and technological resources.
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Antigua and Barbuda
The report Capacity Building for Environmental Management in Antigua and Barbuda: Strategy and action plan 2007-2012 summarizes the status of the implementation of the RIO Conventions, development strategy to integrate environmental management into national planning and budgeting processes, and the capacity building strategy to manage the environment and meet the international obligations.
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Antigua and Barbuda
Formulated to present in the 2014 SIDS conference the progress report Antigua and Barbuda SIDS 2014 Preparatory Progress entails the internal and regional assessments on the priority areas stated in the Mauritius Strategy of Implementation (MSI), which was built on the original fourteen from Barbados Program of Action (BPOA).
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Bahamas Environment, Science and Technology Commission
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Bahamas
Recognizing the alarming risks of climate change the Government of the Bahamas drew up the National Policy for the Adaptation to Climate Change to asses the degree of country's vulnerability to the projected impacts of climate change by sectors and the country's ability to adapt to the changing climate.
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Morocco
The Kingdom of Morocco is committed to meeting the challenges of the twenty-first century by making sustainable development a true social project and a new model for development. 7 Challenges with 137 detailed underlying development objectives to operationalise the sustainable development strategy are presented in this document, alongside budgetary and implementation strategies.
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Morocco
In compliance with Article 3 of the Paris Agreement, Morocco formulated its Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) under the UNFCCC comprising adaptation and mitigation efforts to combat climate change and presented it to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) on June 2015. Morocco's vision is to make the country more resilient to climate change while ensuring a rapid transition to a low-carbon economy.
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Barbados
Barbados National Assessment Report was formulated adhering to the affirmation made by The United General Assembly (GA) to provide the international community with an opportunity to conduct an assessment of the progress made in addressing the vulnerabilities of Small Islands Developing State (SID), lessons learned and constraints encountered in the implementation of the Barbados Programme of Action (BPOA).

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