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" + Contributions+ Unconditional By 2025, complete an update of the National Disaster Response Plan."Conditional By 2030, complete comprehensive nationwide GIS mapping."Conditional By 2030, update vessels and/or secure additional vessels for inter-state transportation and emergency response operations.
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" + Contributions+ Unconditional By 2025, complete an update of the National Disaster Response Plan."Conditional By 2030, complete comprehensive nationwide GIS mapping."Conditional By 2030, update vessels and/or secure additional vessels for inter-state transportation and emergency response operations.
FSM
Micronesia
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[ "Revised First NDC" ]
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""Introduce Circular Economy concept to selected industrial sub-sectors and selected industrial zones 4.1 Conduct a survey to identify and determine the potential subsectors to implement the circular economy concept 4.2 Introduce the life cycle approach for selected subsectors for greening the supply chain 4.3 Practice industrial symbiosis concept in selected
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[ "\"\"Introduce Circular Economy concept to selected industrial sub-sectors and selected industrial zones 4.1 Conduct a survey to identify and determine the potential subsectors to implement the circular economy concept 4.2 Introduce the life cycle approach for selected subsectors for greening the supply chain 4.3 Practice industrial symbiosis concept in selected industrial parks and industrial sub-sectors 4.4 Establish a pilot project on the zero-waste concept in selected industrial parks or industrial subsectors 4.5 Adopt ISO standards for the circular economy concept (ISO/TC 323) 4.6 Build industry capacity to adopt the circular economy concept\"" ]
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""Introduce Circular Economy concept to selected industrial sub-sectors and selected industrial zones 4.1 Conduct a survey to identify and determine the potential subsectors to implement the circular economy concept 4.2 Introduce the life cycle approach for selected subsectors for greening the supply chain 4.3 Practice industrial symbiosis concept in selected industrial parks and industrial sub-sectors 4.4 Establish a pilot project on the zero-waste concept in selected industrial parks or industrial subsectors 4.5 Adopt ISO standards for the circular economy concept (ISO/TC 323) 4.6 Build industry capacity to adopt the circular economy concept"
LKA
Sri Lanka
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[ "Revised First NDC" ]
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"12 Scopes, objectives and goals were identified under this vision for each sector / system. In addition, five crosscutting areas, where action must be taken in order to address adaptation effectively, are identified: disaster risk management, resilient infrastructure, poverty and vulnerable populations approach, gender approach and promotion of private investment
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[ "five crosscutting areas, where action must be taken in order to address adaptation effectively, are identified: [鈥 resilient infrastructure " ]
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"12 Scopes, objectives and goals were identified under this vision for each sector / system. In addition, five crosscutting areas, where action must be taken in order to address adaptation effectively, are identified: disaster risk management, resilient infrastructure, poverty and vulnerable populations approach, gender approach and promotion of private investment in climate change adaptation. Goals are proposed for each one of them (see Table 2).
PER
Peru
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[ "First NDC" ]
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"13. Support mechanisms to mainstream policies and measures that reduce deforestation in relevant government ministries and agencies14. Strengthen national and subnational capacity for improved coordination mechanisms for national land use policy and planning 15. Strengthen capacity, knowledge and awareness of stakeholders to enhance their contribution to reducing deforestation and forest
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[ "\"13. Support mechanisms to mainstream policies and measures that reduce deforestation in relevant government ministries and agencies14. Strengthen national and subnational capacity for improved coordination mechanisms for national land use policy and planning 15. Strengthen capacity, knowledge and awareness of stakeholders to enhance their contribution to reducing deforestation and forest degradation 16. Encourage public engagement, participation and consultations in forestry and land use planning, and promote the involvement of multiple stakeholders 17. Strengthen capacity of academic and research institutions in training, research and technology development associated with forestry and land use 18. Establish partnerships with development partners in building knowledge and human resources related to forestry, land use and climate change \"" ]
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"13. Support mechanisms to mainstream policies and measures that reduce deforestation in relevant government ministries and agencies14. Strengthen national and subnational capacity for improved coordination mechanisms for national land use policy and planning 15. Strengthen capacity, knowledge and awareness of stakeholders to enhance their contribution to reducing deforestation and forest degradation 16. Encourage public engagement, participation and consultations in forestry and land use planning, and promote the involvement of multiple stakeholders 17. Strengthen capacity of academic and research institutions in training, research and technology development associated with forestry and land use 18. Establish partnerships with development partners in building knowledge and human resources related to forestry, land use and climate change "
KHM
Cambodia
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[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
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"9.2 Promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and, by 2030, significantly increase industry's contribution to employment and gross domestic product, in accordance with national circumstances, and double that contribution in the least developed countries 9.4 Modernize infrastructure and reconvert industries to be sustainable, using resources more effectively and promoting the adoption
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[ "\"9.2 Promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and, by 2030, significantly increase industry's contribution to employment and gross domestic product, in accordance with national circumstances, and double that contribution in the least developed countries 9.4 Modernize infrastructure and reconvert industries to be sustainable, using resources more effectively and promoting the adoption of clean and environmentally sound industrial technologies and processes, and ensuring that all countries take action in accordance with their respective capacities 9.5 Increase scientific research and improve the technological capacity of industrial sectors in all countries, in particular developing countries, including by fostering innovation and increasing considerably, by 2030.\"" ]
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"9.2 Promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and, by 2030, significantly increase industry's contribution to employment and gross domestic product, in accordance with national circumstances, and double that contribution in the least developed countries 9.4 Modernize infrastructure and reconvert industries to be sustainable, using resources more effectively and promoting the adoption of clean and environmentally sound industrial technologies and processes, and ensuring that all countries take action in accordance with their respective capacities 9.5 Increase scientific research and improve the technological capacity of industrial sectors in all countries, in particular developing countries, including by fostering innovation and increasing considerably, by 2030."
VEN
Venezuela
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[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
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"AG.3. Rational use of nitrogen fertilizers in fruit-horticultural production.: Although there are no official national records of the application dose of nitrogen fertilizers by agricultural items, previous case studies such as those carried out with producers in the Department of Concepci贸n, for example, indicate the use of 32 to 80
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[ "\"AG.3. Rational use of nitrogen fertilizers in fruit-horticultural production.: Although there are no official national records of the application dose of nitrogen fertilizers by agricultural items, previous case studies such as those carried out with producers in the Department of Concepci贸n, for example, indicate the use of 32 to 80 gr / tomato plant and locote (mainly formulations NPK 15-15-15 or NPK-Mg 12-12-17-2), to maintain or increase productivity, while becoming an onerous practice (Fretes and Mart铆nez p / ACDI / VOCA and USAID , 2011), which is why the reduction measure is strategically proposed by 5% by 2030.\"" ]
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"AG.3. Rational use of nitrogen fertilizers in fruit-horticultural production.: Although there are no official national records of the application dose of nitrogen fertilizers by agricultural items, previous case studies such as those carried out with producers in the Department of Concepci贸n, for example, indicate the use of 32 to 80 gr / tomato plant and locote (mainly formulations NPK 15-15-15 or NPK-Mg 12-12-17-2), to maintain or increase productivity, while becoming an onerous practice (Fretes and Mart铆nez p / ACDI / VOCA and USAID , 2011), which is why the reduction measure is strategically proposed by 5% by 2030."
PRY
Paraguay
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Bangladesh National Action Plan for Reducing Short-Lived Climate Pollutants: The NAP-SLCPs were formulated with support from the Climate and Clean Air Coalition in February 2012 to reduce SLCPs. The plan focuses on identifying and implementing the most cost-effective measures for large-scale implementation of SLCP mitigation. Eleven priority mitigation measures were
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[ "\"Bangladesh National Action Plan for Reducing Short-Lived Climate Pollutants: The NAP-SLCPs were formulated with support from the Climate and Clean Air Coalition in February 2012 to reduce SLCPs. The plan focuses on identifying and implementing the most cost-effective measures for large-scale implementation of SLCP mitigation. Eleven priority mitigation measures were included in the SLCP Plan, six of which target primary black carbon sources, while the rest five target major methane sources. The plan鈥檚 full implementation is expected to reduce black carbon emissions by 40% and methane emission by 17% in 2030 compared to a business as usual (BAU) scenario.\"" ]
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"Bangladesh National Action Plan for Reducing Short-Lived Climate Pollutants: The NAP-SLCPs were formulated with support from the Climate and Clean Air Coalition in February 2012 to reduce SLCPs. The plan focuses on identifying and implementing the most cost-effective measures for large-scale implementation of SLCP mitigation. Eleven priority mitigation measures were included in the SLCP Plan, six of which target primary black carbon sources, while the rest five target major methane sources. The plan鈥檚 full implementation is expected to reduce black carbon emissions by 40% and methane emission by 17% in 2030 compared to a business as usual (BAU) scenario."
BGD
Bangladesh
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Blue Hydrogen: In addition to green hydrogen, due to the abundance of natural resources, underground carbon storage capacity and CCUS technology expertise, the Kingdom has the potential to become a world-leading producer of blue hydrogen. The Kingdom is developing a National Hydrogen Strategy to chart pathways to become a global
[ 0, 1 ]
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[ "\"Blue Hydrogen: In addition to green hydrogen, due to the abundance of natural resources, underground carbon storage capacity and CCUS technology expertise, the Kingdom has the potential to become a world-leading producer of blue hydrogen. The Kingdom is developing a National Hydrogen Strategy to chart pathways to become a global leader in the hydrogen industry. With associated carbon emission captured, utilized and/or stored in geological formations, blue hydrogen can be utilized domestically in various industrial sectors. Pilots, research and demonstrations will be prioritized to improve technology maturity and lower costs in the aviation, shipping, petrochemicals, and steel industries.\",/p>" ]
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"Blue Hydrogen: In addition to green hydrogen, due to the abundance of natural resources, underground carbon storage capacity and CCUS technology expertise, the Kingdom has the potential to become a world-leading producer of blue hydrogen. The Kingdom is developing a National Hydrogen Strategy to chart pathways to become a global leader in the hydrogen industry. With associated carbon emission captured, utilized and/or stored in geological formations, blue hydrogen can be utilized domestically in various industrial sectors. Pilots, research and demonstrations will be prioritized to improve technology maturity and lower costs in the aviation, shipping, petrochemicals, and steel industries.",/p>
SAU
Saudi Arabia
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Burundi has developed Plans and Strategies that can have an impact in terms of mitigation in relation to the FAT sector, by reducing GHG emissions from the forest sector through good forest resource management practices or by increasing GHG sinks. The most important are: The National Development Plan 2018-2027 which,
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[ "\"Burundi has developed Plans and Strategies that can have an impact in terms of mitigation in relation to the FAT sector, by reducing GHG emissions from the forest sector through good forest resource management practices or by increasing GHG sinks. The most important are: The National Development Plan 2018-2027 which, in its strategic orientation 3, envisages the protection of the environment, adaptation to climate change and the improvement of spatial planning. The Policy Guidance Document for the Environment, Agriculture and Livestock, The National Forest Policy which, in its specific objective 2, envisages increasing the rate of forest cover to 20% by 2025, The National Strategy for the Reduction of Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation, (+) the role of Forest Ecosystem Conservation and Sustainable Forest Management as well as the improvement of carbon stocks, The National Policy on Climate Change which, in its axis 2, envisages the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and low-carbon development" ]
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"Burundi has developed Plans and Strategies that can have an impact in terms of mitigation in relation to the FAT sector, by reducing GHG emissions from the forest sector through good forest resource management practices or by increasing GHG sinks. The most important are: The National Development Plan 2018-2027 which, in its strategic orientation 3, envisages the protection of the environment, adaptation to climate change and the improvement of spatial planning. The Policy Guidance Document for the Environment, Agriculture and Livestock, The National Forest Policy which, in its specific objective 2, envisages increasing the rate of forest cover to 20% by 2025, The National Strategy for the Reduction of Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation, (+) the role of Forest Ecosystem Conservation and Sustainable Forest Management as well as the improvement of carbon stocks, The National Policy on Climate Change which, in its axis 2, envisages the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and low-carbon development
BDI
Burundi
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"China enforced the dual control of energy consumption quantity and intensity by advancing energy conservation across the board, including strengthening target constraint, policy guidance, and energy conservation management and system building, and deepening energy conservation in key areas. The dual control has yielded positive results. Support has been given to
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[ "\"China enforced the dual control of energy consumption quantity and intensity by advancing energy conservation across the board, including strengthening target constraint, policy guidance, and energy conservation management and system building, and deepening energy conservation in key areas. The dual control has yielded positive results. Support has been given to key energy-saving and low-carbon technologies to accelerate the advancement of energy-saving technologies. Energy users are encouraged to adopt advanced and applicable new technologies, equipment and processes for energy-saving purpose. Energy and resource measurement service demonstrations have been carried out to push for resource conservation and intensive utilization.\"" ]
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"China enforced the dual control of energy consumption quantity and intensity by advancing energy conservation across the board, including strengthening target constraint, policy guidance, and energy conservation management and system building, and deepening energy conservation in key areas. The dual control has yielded positive results. Support has been given to key energy-saving and low-carbon technologies to accelerate the advancement of energy-saving technologies. Energy users are encouraged to adopt advanced and applicable new technologies, equipment and processes for energy-saving purpose. Energy and resource measurement service demonstrations have been carried out to push for resource conservation and intensive utilization."
CHN
China
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"China will formulate the Action Plan for Peaking CO2 Emission before 2030, which will be enforced continuously during the periods of 14th and 15th FYPs. 鈥淭en Key Actions for Carbon Emission Peaking鈥 includes green and low-carbon transition of energy system, energy conservation and carbon emission reduction with efficiency improvement, carbon
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[ "\"China will formulate the Action Plan for Peaking CO2 Emission before 2030, which will be enforced continuously during the periods of 14th and 15th FYPs. 鈥淭en Key Actions for Carbon Emission Peaking鈥 includes green and low-carbon transition of energy system, energy conservation and carbon emission reduction with efficiency improvement, carbon emission peaking in industrial sector, carbon emission peaking in urban and rural construction, green and low-carbon transportation, promoting circular economy, innovation on green and low-carbon science and technology, enhancement of carbon sinks capability, public involvement, and achieving carbon emission peaking target in a staged manner for different regions. Each sector will propose policies and measures to promote carbon peak actions in accordance with its responsibilities, and strengthen sectoral coordination and cooperation to yield synergy. Local carbon peak targets are to be crystalized with formulated implementation plans and complementary measures, and regions with favorable conditions are encouraged to peak the emissions ahead of the schedule. China will also organize key industries to develop their carbon peak plans. Key projects of Nationally Determined Contributions will be supported throughout their development. Means of supervision and assessment will be tightened up to ensure that the carbon peak targets are eventually met." ]
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"China will formulate the Action Plan for Peaking CO2 Emission before 2030, which will be enforced continuously during the periods of 14th and 15th FYPs. 鈥淭en Key Actions for Carbon Emission Peaking鈥 includes green and low-carbon transition of energy system, energy conservation and carbon emission reduction with efficiency improvement, carbon emission peaking in industrial sector, carbon emission peaking in urban and rural construction, green and low-carbon transportation, promoting circular economy, innovation on green and low-carbon science and technology, enhancement of carbon sinks capability, public involvement, and achieving carbon emission peaking target in a staged manner for different regions. Each sector will propose policies and measures to promote carbon peak actions in accordance with its responsibilities, and strengthen sectoral coordination and cooperation to yield synergy. Local carbon peak targets are to be crystalized with formulated implementation plans and complementary measures, and regions with favorable conditions are encouraged to peak the emissions ahead of the schedule. China will also organize key industries to develop their carbon peak plans. Key projects of Nationally Determined Contributions will be supported throughout their development. Means of supervision and assessment will be tightened up to ensure that the carbon peak targets are eventually met.
CHN
China
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[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"China will stay committed to the new vision of innovative, coordinated, green, open, and shared development. The target and requirements of carbon peak and carbon neutrality will be integrated into mid-term and long-term planning for socio-economic development. Support and safeguard to national development planning, territorial development planning, special planning, regional
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"China will stay committed to the new vision of innovative, coordinated, green, open, and shared development. The target and requirements of carbon peak and carbon neutrality will be integrated into mid-term and long-term planning for socio-economic development. Support and safeguard to national development planning, territorial development planning, special planning, regional planning and local planning at all levels will be strengthened, together with the consolidated coordination and coherence between multilevel and various plannings. Layouts of major productivity, major infrastructure and public resources will be constantly optimized, and a new pattern of territorial development and protection conducive to carbon peak and carbon neutrality will be shaped. During the implementation of regional significant strategies, the orientation and task requirements of green and low-carbon development will be reinforced. China will vigorously promote energy conservation and emission reduction, propel clean production across the board, and expedite the development of circular economy, consistently uplifting the level of green and low-carbon development. In the meantime, China will expand the supply and consumption of green and low-carbon products, and advocate green and low-carbon lifestyles. Green and low-carbon development will be included in the national education system. Demonstrations of green and low-carbon social actions will be initiated. Public consensus will cohere and a favorable pattern of public participation will be speedily forged." ]
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"China will stay committed to the new vision of innovative, coordinated, green, open, and shared development. The target and requirements of carbon peak and carbon neutrality will be integrated into mid-term and long-term planning for socio-economic development. Support and safeguard to national development planning, territorial development planning, special planning, regional planning and local planning at all levels will be strengthened, together with the consolidated coordination and coherence between multilevel and various plannings. Layouts of major productivity, major infrastructure and public resources will be constantly optimized, and a new pattern of territorial development and protection conducive to carbon peak and carbon neutrality will be shaped. During the implementation of regional significant strategies, the orientation and task requirements of green and low-carbon development will be reinforced. China will vigorously promote energy conservation and emission reduction, propel clean production across the board, and expedite the development of circular economy, consistently uplifting the level of green and low-carbon development. In the meantime, China will expand the supply and consumption of green and low-carbon products, and advocate green and low-carbon lifestyles. Green and low-carbon development will be included in the national education system. Demonstrations of green and low-carbon social actions will be initiated. Public consensus will cohere and a favorable pattern of public participation will be speedily forged.
CHN
China
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
"Community-based adaptation: Conscious that adaptation should be a process led by communities and based on their priorities, needs and capacities, and seeking to empower the population to face the impacts of climate change, together with the need to improve productive efficiency, the environment and the adaptation capacity of agricultural producers,
[ 0, 2 ]
[ 2, 0 ]
[ "\"Community-based adaptation: Conscious that adaptation should be a process led by communities and based on their priorities, needs and capacities, and seeking to empower the population to face the impacts of climate change, together with the need to improve productive efficiency, the environment and the adaptation capacity of agricultural producers, as well as the adaptation and development of water resources as the local level, the country commits to promote the Inclusive Green Development Strategy (DVI), which preferentially funds sustainable production systems, in rural landscapes with low levels of human development and vulnerable to climate change, through a DVI 2016-2026 strategy in productive landscapes\" (17)." ]
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"Community-based adaptation: Conscious that adaptation should be a process led by communities and based on their priorities, needs and capacities, and seeking to empower the population to face the impacts of climate change, together with the need to improve productive efficiency, the environment and the adaptation capacity of agricultural producers, as well as the adaptation and development of water resources as the local level, the country commits to promote the Inclusive Green Development Strategy (DVI), which preferentially funds sustainable production systems, in rural landscapes with low levels of human development and vulnerable to climate change, through a DVI 2016-2026 strategy in productive landscapes" (17).
CRI
Costa Rica
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Deep integration and upscaling of energy efficiency, resource use efficiency and reuse as well as circular economy principles and practices can constitute key measures that will enhance GHG reduction in the industrial production sector. A combination of technological advancement and introduction of conducive policy measures could be explored to provide
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"Deep integration and upscaling of energy efficiency, resource use efficiency and reuse as well as circular economy principles and practices can constitute key measures that will enhance GHG reduction in the industrial production sector. A combination of technological advancement and introduction of conducive policy measures could be explored to provide a driving force for a more sustainable and climate friendly industrial production in Jordan. In the business area in general, entrepreneurs could play a major role in disseminating information (e.g., via digital platforms) to households and MSMEs about actions they could take to be more resource efficient" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
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"Deep integration and upscaling of energy efficiency, resource use efficiency and reuse as well as circular economy principles and practices can constitute key measures that will enhance GHG reduction in the industrial production sector. A combination of technological advancement and introduction of conducive policy measures could be explored to provide a driving force for a more sustainable and climate friendly industrial production in Jordan. In the business area in general, entrepreneurs could play a major role in disseminating information (e.g., via digital platforms) to households and MSMEs about actions they could take to be more resource efficient
JOR
Jordan
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Development of the gas market and services in Albania based on natural gas supplied through the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP Project), as well as potential gas sources discovered and concretized in the country, or even through natural gas pipelines such as the Ionian Adriatic Pipeline (IAP Project) and the Albania
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"Development of the gas market and services in Albania based on natural gas supplied through the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP Project), as well as potential gas sources discovered and concretized in the country, or even through natural gas pipelines such as the Ionian Adriatic Pipeline (IAP Project) and the Albania - Kosovo Pipeline (ALKOGAP Project). Albania intends to develop an underground natural gas storage site in Dumre, near Elbasan (UGS Dumrea Project). The construction of the pipeline that will link the TAP project near the Fier Compressor Station area to the Vlora TPP and the entire Vlora region, will make it possible to restore the Vlora TPP by using natural gas as fuel.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999161959 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "AL", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Gas" } ] ]
"Development of the gas market and services in Albania based on natural gas supplied through the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP Project), as well as potential gas sources discovered and concretized in the country, or even through natural gas pipelines such as the Ionian Adriatic Pipeline (IAP Project) and the Albania - Kosovo Pipeline (ALKOGAP Project). Albania intends to develop an underground natural gas storage site in Dumre, near Elbasan (UGS Dumrea Project). The construction of the pipeline that will link the TAP project near the Fier Compressor Station area to the Vlora TPP and the entire Vlora region, will make it possible to restore the Vlora TPP by using natural gas as fuel."
ALB
Albania
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
"Disaster risk reduction: Costa Rica has commited under the Geneva Pledge to develop an international exchange of experiences regaring human rights and climate change. One the principle threats to safety and security is the impact of more frequent extreme hydro-meteorological events. Even though in recent years Costa Rica has improved
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"Disaster risk reduction: Costa Rica has commited under the Geneva Pledge to develop an international exchange of experiences regaring human rights and climate change. One the principle threats to safety and security is the impact of more frequent extreme hydro-meteorological events. Even though in recent years Costa Rica has improved risk management, Costa Rica continues to suffer from the negative consequences of extreme hydro-meteorological events. For this reason, Costa Rica commits to the development and implementation of the National Disaster Risk Management Policy for 2016-1030 with the National Commision of Emergencies, whose cross-cutting roles are the reduction of risk, preparation for and response to disasters, and the recovery from disasters\" (17)." ]
[ 0, 1 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999358654 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "CR", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_action", "QuestionDefinition": "Adaptation action/priority", "QuestionText": "Action and priority", "Sector": "Disaster Risk Management (DRM)", "SubSector": "Disaster Risk Management (DRM): General" } ] ]
"Disaster risk reduction: Costa Rica has commited under the Geneva Pledge to develop an international exchange of experiences regaring human rights and climate change. One the principle threats to safety and security is the impact of more frequent extreme hydro-meteorological events. Even though in recent years Costa Rica has improved risk management, Costa Rica continues to suffer from the negative consequences of extreme hydro-meteorological events. For this reason, Costa Rica commits to the development and implementation of the National Disaster Risk Management Policy for 2016-1030 with the National Commision of Emergencies, whose cross-cutting roles are the reduction of risk, preparation for and response to disasters, and the recovery from disasters" (17).
CRI
Costa Rica
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Diversion of waste away from landfills is a key waste management objective and related federal and Emirate-level targets have been put in place. For instance, the Emirate of Sharjah has set an ambitious target to reduce waste to landfill to zero by 2021, and processing and recycling is being prioritized
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"Diversion of waste away from landfills is a key waste management objective and related federal and Emirate-level targets have been put in place. For instance, the Emirate of Sharjah has set an ambitious target to reduce waste to landfill to zero by 2021, and processing and recycling is being prioritized to enable the achievement of the target. Diversion of waste away from landfills is a key waste management objective and related federal and Emirate-level targets have been put in place. For instance, the Emirate of Sharjah has set an ambitious target to reduce waste to landfill to zero by 2021, and processing and recycling is being prioritized to enable the achievement of the target.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.999931097 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "AE", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Targets", "QuestionCode": "M_SecTar1", "QuestionDefinition": "Targets at the sectoral level", "QuestionText": "Sectoral targets on", "Sector": "Waste", "SubSector": "Solid Waste" } ] ]
"Diversion of waste away from landfills is a key waste management objective and related federal and Emirate-level targets have been put in place. For instance, the Emirate of Sharjah has set an ambitious target to reduce waste to landfill to zero by 2021, and processing and recycling is being prioritized to enable the achievement of the target. Diversion of waste away from landfills is a key waste management objective and related federal and Emirate-level targets have been put in place. For instance, the Emirate of Sharjah has set an ambitious target to reduce waste to landfill to zero by 2021, and processing and recycling is being prioritized to enable the achievement of the target."
ARE
United Arab Emirates
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "Second NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 3, 0 ]
"Ecosystem-based adaptation: Costa Rica commits to base the adaptation of its territories on the ecosystem-based adaptation appraoch, assuming a commitment to increase forest cover by 60% of its national territory, while at the same time it hopes to explore synergies between adaptation practices and the reduction of emission from avoided
[ 0, 3 ]
[ 3, 0 ]
[ "\"Ecosystem-based adaptation: Costa Rica commits to base the adaptation of its territories on the ecosystem-based adaptation appraoch, assuming a commitment to increase forest cover by 60% of its national territory, while at the same time it hopes to explore synergies between adaptation practices and the reduction of emission from avoided deforestation by consolidating the Payment of Ecosystem Services program and forest certification mechanisms to achieve sustainable management and protection of water sources in its 81 cantons, and promote consolidation of the National Biological Corridor System and the National Wild Protected Area System\" (17-18)." ]
[ 0, 3 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999345541 }
[ [ null, null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "CR", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_action", "QuestionDefinition": "Adaptation action/priority", "QuestionText": "Action and priority", "Sector": "Environment", "SubSector": "Watershed and river basin management" }, { "Alpha2": "CR", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_action", "QuestionDefinition": "Adaptation action/priority", "QuestionText": "Action and priority", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "Afforestation" }, { "Alpha2": "CR", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_action", "QuestionDefinition": "Adaptation action/priority", "QuestionText": "Action and priority", "Sector": "Environment", "SubSector": "Ecosystem and biodiversity" } ] ]
"Ecosystem-based adaptation: Costa Rica commits to base the adaptation of its territories on the ecosystem-based adaptation appraoch, assuming a commitment to increase forest cover by 60% of its national territory, while at the same time it hopes to explore synergies between adaptation practices and the reduction of emission from avoided deforestation by consolidating the Payment of Ecosystem Services program and forest certification mechanisms to achieve sustainable management and protection of water sources in its 81 cantons, and promote consolidation of the National Biological Corridor System and the National Wild Protected Area System" (17-18).
CRI
Costa Rica
[ 0, 3 ]
[ "First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 2 ]
"Energy NAMA Suriname.". World Bank Country Classification.鈫╋笌. UNDP, 鈥淗uman Development Reports鈥, We note that the figure of 16.4 million ha refers to the total area of the country, whereas the figure of 15.2 million ha cited above refers to the total forested area. The estimated carbon stock of mangroves is
[ 0, 2 ]
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "$1862 million" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999293089 }
[ [ null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "SR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen11", "QuestionDefinition": "Estimated cost of implementation for the conditional part of a given sectoral plan", "QuestionText": "Estimated costs for implementation (conditional)", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Energy: General" }, { "Alpha2": "SR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen5", "QuestionDefinition": "Estimated total costs of implementation for a given sectoral plan", "QuestionText": "Estimated total costs for implementation", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Energy: General" } ] ]
"Energy NAMA Suriname.". World Bank Country Classification.鈫╋笌. UNDP, 鈥淗uman Development Reports鈥, We note that the figure of 16.4 million ha refers to the total area of the country, whereas the figure of 15.2 million ha cited above refers to the total forested area. The estimated carbon stock of mangroves is assumed to pertain to the carbon above ground only.鈫╋笌.
SUR
Suriname
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "Second NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Ensure the promotion and adoption of comprehensive waste management at the national, departmental, municipal and local levels, which allows the promotion of good practices and incentives towards a circular economy adjusted to the national reality, the correct application of legal frameworks, the establishment programs, the implementation of efficient models and
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"Ensure the promotion and adoption of comprehensive waste management at the national, departmental, municipal and local levels, which allows the promotion of good practices and incentives towards a circular economy adjusted to the national reality, the correct application of legal frameworks, the establishment programs, the implementation of efficient models and actions that make it possible to raise awareness and educate society in general for a just and intergenerational transition towards an environmental sustainability of the territory, under an extended responsibility, in order to avoid risk to human health and the environment .\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999332428 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "HN", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Waste", "SubSector": "Waste: General" } ] ]
"Ensure the promotion and adoption of comprehensive waste management at the national, departmental, municipal and local levels, which allows the promotion of good practices and incentives towards a circular economy adjusted to the national reality, the correct application of legal frameworks, the establishment programs, the implementation of efficient models and actions that make it possible to raise awareness and educate society in general for a just and intergenerational transition towards an environmental sustainability of the territory, under an extended responsibility, in order to avoid risk to human health and the environment ."
HND
Honduras
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Establishment of the NDC scenario for Energy Sector was based mainly on the Albania鈥檚 Energy Sector Strategy, which is harmonized in terms of goals, energy sector details and timeline with a number of other strategic and legal documents that are in force, adopted or drafted in the same time frame
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"Establishment of the NDC scenario for Energy Sector was based mainly on the Albania鈥檚 Energy Sector Strategy, which is harmonized in terms of goals, energy sector details and timeline with a number of other strategic and legal documents that are in force, adopted or drafted in the same time frame as this document. Building on and complementing these documents has led to synergies in the prioritization of policies and programs and in the development of strategic recommendations. The National Strategy for the Energy Sector (2017-2030) is aligned with the following key documents:" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999285936 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "AL", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Policies", "QuestionCode": "M_SecPol2", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on the existing upstream sectoral policies that the NDC builds on", "QuestionText": "Existing sectoral policies", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Energy: General" } ] ]
"Establishment of the NDC scenario for Energy Sector was based mainly on the Albania鈥檚 Energy Sector Strategy, which is harmonized in terms of goals, energy sector details and timeline with a number of other strategic and legal documents that are in force, adopted or drafted in the same time frame as this document. Building on and complementing these documents has led to synergies in the prioritization of policies and programs and in the development of strategic recommendations. The National Strategy for the Energy Sector (2017-2030) is aligned with the following key documents:
ALB
Albania
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"For example, in addition to reporting on mitigation policies and measures -- which is already required in Biennial Update Reports -- countries will also need to report on progress indicators to track NDC implementation. GHG projections -- something that is currently required from developed countries in their reports but not
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"For example, in addition to reporting on mitigation policies and measures -- which is already required in Biennial Update Reports -- countries will also need to report on progress indicators to track NDC implementation. GHG projections -- something that is currently required from developed countries in their reports but not from developing countries -- will also be a feature of the new Biennial Transparency Reports that all countries will need to submit, although this element of the BTRs will be optional. At the core of the MRV approach for Nigeria is the GHG inventory. The institutional arrangements for the inventory are set out in the Third National Communication. This involves sectoral working groups that sit between the GHG Inventory Division in the Department of Climate Change, and the data providers in MDAs, sub-national government, businesses and civil society. Technical support from international consultants will be used as needed, but a specific requirement of any such support will be that capacity building for Nigerian institutions is built into the specification of work, so that Nigeria can move towards a more self-sufficient arrangement for data compilation and NDC tracking.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999359846 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "NG", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Targets", "QuestionCode": "M_SecTar2", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on progress towards a given sectoral target", "QuestionText": "Tracking progress towards targets", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Clean Cooking and Heating: Efficient cookstoves" } ] ]
"For example, in addition to reporting on mitigation policies and measures -- which is already required in Biennial Update Reports -- countries will also need to report on progress indicators to track NDC implementation. GHG projections -- something that is currently required from developed countries in their reports but not from developing countries -- will also be a feature of the new Biennial Transparency Reports that all countries will need to submit, although this element of the BTRs will be optional. At the core of the MRV approach for Nigeria is the GHG inventory. The institutional arrangements for the inventory are set out in the Third National Communication. This involves sectoral working groups that sit between the GHG Inventory Division in the Department of Climate Change, and the data providers in MDAs, sub-national government, businesses and civil society. Technical support from international consultants will be used as needed, but a specific requirement of any such support will be that capacity building for Nigerian institutions is built into the specification of work, so that Nigeria can move towards a more self-sufficient arrangement for data compilation and NDC tracking."
NGA
Nigeria
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Future electric bus fleet: this project aims to provide new bus services for the cities of Irbid and Zarqa with a public sector funded model. This project involves the establish of electric transportation networks in two urban cities, Irbid and Zarqa, through the government鈥檚 acquisition of 100 new electric buses
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"Future electric bus fleet: this project aims to provide new bus services for the cities of Irbid and Zarqa with a public sector funded model. This project involves the establish of electric transportation networks in two urban cities, Irbid and Zarqa, through the government鈥檚 acquisition of 100 new electric buses for the designed public transport organizations to operate, as well as the development of complementary aspects for the success of its implementation, which mainly includes the construction of supporting infrastructure. Each city will have a public sector organization to oversee the operation of the system, be responsible for funding and to plan service changes.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999369383 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "JO", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on sectoral plans", "QuestionText": "Sectoral plans on", "Sector": "Transport", "SubSector": "Public Transport" } ] ]
"Future electric bus fleet: this project aims to provide new bus services for the cities of Irbid and Zarqa with a public sector funded model. This project involves the establish of electric transportation networks in two urban cities, Irbid and Zarqa, through the government鈥檚 acquisition of 100 new electric buses for the designed public transport organizations to operate, as well as the development of complementary aspects for the success of its implementation, which mainly includes the construction of supporting infrastructure. Each city will have a public sector organization to oversee the operation of the system, be responsible for funding and to plan service changes."
JOR
Jordan
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Generic enabling activities 5.1 Update or introduce the required legislation to facilitate and enforce the implementation of NDCs 5.2 Introduce a mechanism for waste generation forecasting with a tracking system to monitor the generation 5.3 Introduce legislation to make segregation of waste at household level mandatory 5.4 Introduce or amend
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"Generic enabling activities 5.1 Update or introduce the required legislation to facilitate and enforce the implementation of NDCs 5.2 Introduce a mechanism for waste generation forecasting with a tracking system to monitor the generation 5.3 Introduce legislation to make segregation of waste at household level mandatory 5.4 Introduce or amend necessary legal framework and instruments to initiate Market-Based Instruments (MBIs) and non-market-based instruments to incentivize and promote sustainable consumption patterns 5.5 Implement 鈥淧olluter Pays Principle鈥 for mixed waste generators 5.6 Conduct awareness and capacity building programmes for behavioural changes of waste generators as well as waste management personnel 5.7 Facilitate public-private-partnerships to finance waste sector NDCs\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999355078 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "LK", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on sectoral plans", "QuestionText": "Sectoral plans on", "Sector": "Waste", "SubSector": "Waste: General" } ] ]
"Generic enabling activities 5.1 Update or introduce the required legislation to facilitate and enforce the implementation of NDCs 5.2 Introduce a mechanism for waste generation forecasting with a tracking system to monitor the generation 5.3 Introduce legislation to make segregation of waste at household level mandatory 5.4 Introduce or amend necessary legal framework and instruments to initiate Market-Based Instruments (MBIs) and non-market-based instruments to incentivize and promote sustainable consumption patterns 5.5 Implement 鈥淧olluter Pays Principle鈥 for mixed waste generators 5.6 Conduct awareness and capacity building programmes for behavioural changes of waste generators as well as waste management personnel 5.7 Facilitate public-private-partnerships to finance waste sector NDCs"
LKA
Sri Lanka
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Generic enabling activities 7.1 Facilitate industries in selected sub-sectors to adopt relevant ISO systems having a focus on GHG emissions reduction 7.2 Introduce and promote suitable tax incentives to promote the acquiring of sustainable technologies 7.3 Facilitating the entry of ISO certified companies to the Green Public Procurement system of
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"Generic enabling activities 7.1 Facilitate industries in selected sub-sectors to adopt relevant ISO systems having a focus on GHG emissions reduction 7.2 Introduce and promote suitable tax incentives to promote the acquiring of sustainable technologies 7.3 Facilitating the entry of ISO certified companies to the Green Public Procurement system of Sri Lanka 7.4 Facilitating transformational investment and favorable loans through financing institutions linking with green financing 7.5 Introduce a national policy to address siting of industrial parks and stand-alone industries, new concepts like circular economy, industry ecology, RECPs, digitalization, etc. 7.6 Ensure the availability of sustainable biomass for industry use 7.7 Promote National Green Reporting System (NGRS)\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999353886 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "LK", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on sectoral plans", "QuestionText": "Sectoral plans on", "Sector": "Industries", "SubSector": "Industries: General" } ] ]
"Generic enabling activities 7.1 Facilitate industries in selected sub-sectors to adopt relevant ISO systems having a focus on GHG emissions reduction 7.2 Introduce and promote suitable tax incentives to promote the acquiring of sustainable technologies 7.3 Facilitating the entry of ISO certified companies to the Green Public Procurement system of Sri Lanka 7.4 Facilitating transformational investment and favorable loans through financing institutions linking with green financing 7.5 Introduce a national policy to address siting of industrial parks and stand-alone industries, new concepts like circular economy, industry ecology, RECPs, digitalization, etc. 7.6 Ensure the availability of sustainable biomass for industry use 7.7 Promote National Green Reporting System (NGRS)"
LKA
Sri Lanka
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
"Group based organizations involved in agriculture production and running agro processing facilities were estimated at 10% of the total operating group based organizations in 2014. The target is for this percentage to increase by up to 90% by 2030. Also the installed capacity of agro processing installations is to reach
[ 0, 2 ]
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "\"Group based organizations involved in agriculture production and running agro processing facilities were estimated at 10% of the total operating group based organizations in 2014. The target is for this percentage to increase by up to 90% by 2030. Also the installed capacity of agro processing installations is to reach 1,200,000 MT by 2030 from 400,000 MT12 in 2014. In addition, Rwanda targets to have 100% of farmers with access to services for post harvest treatment and storage of food crops and reduce post harvest losses to at least 1% by 2030 from 10.4%, 27.4% and 8.3% in 2014 for maize, beans and rice respectively. The use of solar energy in warehouses will be actively promoted.\" (p. 6)" ]
[ 0, 2 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.999932766 }
[ [ null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "RW", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_tar", "QuestionDefinition": "Measurable targets or indicators", "QuestionText": "Targets", "Sector": "Agriculture", "SubSector": "Food security" }, { "Alpha2": "RW", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_tar", "QuestionDefinition": "Measurable targets or indicators", "QuestionText": "Targets", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy: Solar" } ] ]
"Group based organizations involved in agriculture production and running agro processing facilities were estimated at 10% of the total operating group based organizations in 2014. The target is for this percentage to increase by up to 90% by 2030. Also the installed capacity of agro processing installations is to reach 1,200,000 MT by 2030 from 400,000 MT12 in 2014. In addition, Rwanda targets to have 100% of farmers with access to services for post harvest treatment and storage of food crops and reduce post harvest losses to at least 1% by 2030 from 10.4%, 27.4% and 8.3% in 2014 for maize, beans and rice respectively. The use of solar energy in warehouses will be actively promoted." (p. 6)
RWA
Rwanda
[ 2, 0 ]
[ "First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
"Implementing adaptation actions in the period 2016-2030 will require the completion of identifying vulnerability by sector and regions where, at the same time, there will be established a significant number of goals aimed at generating studies and capacity building and the promotion of a high degree of coordination and capacity
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"Implementing adaptation actions in the period 2016-2030 will require the completion of identifying vulnerability by sector and regions where, at the same time, there will be established a significant number of goals aimed at generating studies and capacity building and the promotion of a high degree of coordination and capacity joint work between different governance and society entities. This will require continued coordination efforts to guarantee synergies between dependents and optimization of resources and potential. To achieve this, the country commits to initiate the consolidation of systems of information under the National Territory Information System (SNIT) framework and the National Geoenvironmental Information Center. At the same time, Costa Rica will strengthen the capacity of the National Meteorological Institute to be able to follow in real time the hydro-meteorological phenomena in order to consolidate and expand the early warning systems in very close collaboration with the National Emergency Commission. [Costa Rica commits to] develop methods and tools to evaluate the impacts of climate change, vulnerability and the adaptation of specific sectors and regions, promote the transfer of technologies that support adaptation and increase the budget for climate change research in the country\" (19)." ]
[ 0, 1 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999302626 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "CR", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_action", "QuestionDefinition": "Adaptation action/priority", "QuestionText": "Action and priority", "Sector": "Cross-Cutting Area", "SubSector": "Capacity building and knowledge transfer" } ] ]
"Implementing adaptation actions in the period 2016-2030 will require the completion of identifying vulnerability by sector and regions where, at the same time, there will be established a significant number of goals aimed at generating studies and capacity building and the promotion of a high degree of coordination and capacity joint work between different governance and society entities. This will require continued coordination efforts to guarantee synergies between dependents and optimization of resources and potential. To achieve this, the country commits to initiate the consolidation of systems of information under the National Territory Information System (SNIT) framework and the National Geoenvironmental Information Center. At the same time, Costa Rica will strengthen the capacity of the National Meteorological Institute to be able to follow in real time the hydro-meteorological phenomena in order to consolidate and expand the early warning systems in very close collaboration with the National Emergency Commission. [Costa Rica commits to] develop methods and tools to evaluate the impacts of climate change, vulnerability and the adaptation of specific sectors and regions, promote the transfer of technologies that support adaptation and increase the budget for climate change research in the country" (19).
CRI
Costa Rica
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"In 2019, the Federal Executive Council endorsed Nigeria's National Action Plan to reduce SLCPs. This National Action Plan includes 22 specific actions that would substantially reduce SLCPs. As part of this NDC update, many of these actions have been integrated into the sectoral mitigation measures highlighted in Sections 5.5.1-5.5.4, and
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"In 2019, the Federal Executive Council endorsed Nigeria's National Action Plan to reduce SLCPs. This National Action Plan includes 22 specific actions that would substantially reduce SLCPs. As part of this NDC update, many of these actions have been integrated into the sectoral mitigation measures highlighted in Sections 5.5.1-5.5.4, and the reductions in SLCP (and air pollutant) emissions from achieving the NDC targets have been evaluated. In terms of SLCP reductions, the full achievement of Nigeria's NDC is estimated to reduce black carbon, methane and hydrofluorocarbon emissions by 42%, 28%, and 2% respectively, in 2030 compared to a baseline scenario. Other health-damaging air pollutants such as particulate matter (PM2.5) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) would also be reduced by 35% and 65%, respectively. Hence the implementation of Nigeria's NDC would result in substantial local benefits for human health through reduced air pollution exposure, in addition to its climate change mitigation benefits.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999246597 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "NG", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct1", "QuestionDefinition": "Existing sectoral downstream actions that the NDC builds on", "QuestionText": "Building on existing downstream actions", "Sector": "Industries", "SubSector": "SLCPs" } ] ]
"In 2019, the Federal Executive Council endorsed Nigeria's National Action Plan to reduce SLCPs. This National Action Plan includes 22 specific actions that would substantially reduce SLCPs. As part of this NDC update, many of these actions have been integrated into the sectoral mitigation measures highlighted in Sections 5.5.1-5.5.4, and the reductions in SLCP (and air pollutant) emissions from achieving the NDC targets have been evaluated. In terms of SLCP reductions, the full achievement of Nigeria's NDC is estimated to reduce black carbon, methane and hydrofluorocarbon emissions by 42%, 28%, and 2% respectively, in 2030 compared to a baseline scenario. Other health-damaging air pollutants such as particulate matter (PM2.5) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) would also be reduced by 35% and 65%, respectively. Hence the implementation of Nigeria's NDC would result in substantial local benefits for human health through reduced air pollution exposure, in addition to its climate change mitigation benefits."
NGA
Nigeria
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 4 ]
"In addition to increasing Nauru鈥檚 resilience to climate change, the new port facility will also significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Ships will spend considerably less time at sea, and the need to operate a ferry for loading and unloading will be eliminated. Over the 50 years of the port鈥檚 lifetime,
[ 0, 4 ]
[ 2, 2 ]
[ "\"In addition to increasing Nauru鈥檚 resilience to climate change, the new port facility will also significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Ships will spend considerably less time at sea, and the need to operate a ferry for loading and unloading will be eliminated. Over the 50 years of the port鈥檚 lifetime, estimated reductions in CO2 emissions are 535,400 tons. This will also result in large financial savings, not only from a reduction in fuel consumption, but also late penalties incurred when it is not safe to load and unload moored shipping vessels. These savings can then be repurposed toward the delivery of other essential services.\"" ]
[ 4, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999369383 }
[ [ null, null, null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "NR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Transport", "SubSector": "Maritime" }, { "Alpha2": "NR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct5", "QuestionDefinition": "Emission reduction potential for a given sectoral downstream action ", "QuestionText": "Emission reduction potential ", "Sector": "Transport", "SubSector": "Maritime" }, { "Alpha2": "NR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Transport", "SubSector": "Transportation Infrastructure" }, { "Alpha2": "NR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct5", "QuestionDefinition": "Emission reduction potential for a given sectoral downstream action ", "QuestionText": "Emission reduction potential ", "Sector": "Transport", "SubSector": "Transportation Infrastructure" } ] ]
"In addition to increasing Nauru鈥檚 resilience to climate change, the new port facility will also significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Ships will spend considerably less time at sea, and the need to operate a ferry for loading and unloading will be eliminated. Over the 50 years of the port鈥檚 lifetime, estimated reductions in CO2 emissions are 535,400 tons. This will also result in large financial savings, not only from a reduction in fuel consumption, but also late penalties incurred when it is not safe to load and unload moored shipping vessels. These savings can then be repurposed toward the delivery of other essential services."
NRU
Nauru
[ 2, 2 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
"In particular, Singapore has set an ambitious target for local food production. By 2030, Singapore aims to meet 30% of Singapore鈥檚 nutritional needs with food produced in Singapore. To do so, the Singapore Government will support the local agri-food industry to adopt innovative solutions and raise productivity. This includes building
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"In particular, Singapore has set an ambitious target for local food production. By 2030, Singapore aims to meet 30% of Singapore鈥檚 nutritional needs with food produced in Singapore. To do so, the Singapore Government will support the local agri-food industry to adopt innovative solutions and raise productivity. This includes building an R&D ecosystem to enhance urban food production, develop production technologies for alternative proteins, as well as strengthen food safety capabilities and technologies. Farms can tap on the Agriculture Productivity Fund (APF) to co-fund systems to better control environmental variables and boost production capabilities, as well as to leverage technology to produce food sustainably.\" (p. 24-25)" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999396801 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "SG", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_action", "QuestionDefinition": "Adaptation action/priority", "QuestionText": "Action and priority", "Sector": "Agriculture", "SubSector": "Food security" } ] ]
"In particular, Singapore has set an ambitious target for local food production. By 2030, Singapore aims to meet 30% of Singapore鈥檚 nutritional needs with food produced in Singapore. To do so, the Singapore Government will support the local agri-food industry to adopt innovative solutions and raise productivity. This includes building an R&D ecosystem to enhance urban food production, develop production technologies for alternative proteins, as well as strengthen food safety capabilities and technologies. Farms can tap on the Agriculture Productivity Fund (APF) to co-fund systems to better control environmental variables and boost production capabilities, as well as to leverage technology to produce food sustainably." (p. 24-25)
SGP
Singapore
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"In some city types that are experiencing rapid industrial growth such as Bago, projects target opportunities to enhance energy use efficiencies and manage growing energy demand through projects supporting as improved transport planning or on the use of rooftop solar in Industrial areas. In cities such as Taunggyi or Pathein
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"In some city types that are experiencing rapid industrial growth such as Bago, projects target opportunities to enhance energy use efficiencies and manage growing energy demand through projects supporting as improved transport planning or on the use of rooftop solar in Industrial areas. In cities such as Taunggyi or Pathein that have greater need for support in basic service delivery, the project pipeline will focus more on supporting integrated solid waste planning, flood management, or passive urban cooling through increased urban tree planting and building retrofits. These approaches will draw upon good urban practices for small and medium sized cities from around the region.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999346733 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "MM", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on sectoral plans", "QuestionText": "Sectoral plans on", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Demand-side Efficiency: Cities" } ] ]
"In some city types that are experiencing rapid industrial growth such as Bago, projects target opportunities to enhance energy use efficiencies and manage growing energy demand through projects supporting as improved transport planning or on the use of rooftop solar in Industrial areas. In cities such as Taunggyi or Pathein that have greater need for support in basic service delivery, the project pipeline will focus more on supporting integrated solid waste planning, flood management, or passive urban cooling through increased urban tree planting and building retrofits. These approaches will draw upon good urban practices for small and medium sized cities from around the region."
MMR
Myanmar
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"In the year 2030, the thematic area of 鈥嬧媔ndustry, trade and services will have innovative production models from "cradle to cradle" or with a circular economy approach in the main productive chains of the agro-industry, services, construction and creative economy and cultural, among others."<br>"By 2030, the actions and concrete results
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"In the year 2030, the thematic area of 鈥嬧媔ndustry, trade and services will have innovative production models from \"cradle to cradle\" or with a circular economy approach in the main productive chains of the agro-industry, services, construction and creative economy and cultural, among others.\"<br>\"By 2030, the actions and concrete results in mitigation and adaptation to climate change of companies and value chains of the products that have the greatest impact on greenhouse gas emissions will be reported, through the Country Carbon Neutrality Program and the National System of Climate Change Metrics.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999294281 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "CR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Industries", "SubSector": "Industries: General" } ] ]
"In the year 2030, the thematic area of 鈥嬧媔ndustry, trade and services will have innovative production models from "cradle to cradle" or with a circular economy approach in the main productive chains of the agro-industry, services, construction and creative economy and cultural, among others."<br>"By 2030, the actions and concrete results in mitigation and adaptation to climate change of companies and value chains of the products that have the greatest impact on greenhouse gas emissions will be reported, through the Country Carbon Neutrality Program and the National System of Climate Change Metrics."
CRI
Costa Rica
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Investment in traditional public transport infrastructure can be beneficial for reducing GHG emissions, but also for preventing negative health outcomes that can result from poor air quality. Worldwide ambient air pollution accounts for up to 29% of all deaths from lung cancer and 43 % of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease,
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"Investment in traditional public transport infrastructure can be beneficial for reducing GHG emissions, but also for preventing negative health outcomes that can result from poor air quality. Worldwide ambient air pollution accounts for up to 29% of all deaths from lung cancer and 43 % of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, due to the burning of fossil fuels in cars, trucks, and various industrial activities sited in cities. Integrated transport measures must be developed in order to reduce this, including increased use of public transport. This is possible through Bust Rapid Transit (BRT) and Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) development as well as through the use of E-vehicles (EVs).\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999314547 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "MM", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on sectoral plans", "QuestionText": "Sectoral plans on", "Sector": "Transport", "SubSector": "Transportation Planning" } ] ]
"Investment in traditional public transport infrastructure can be beneficial for reducing GHG emissions, but also for preventing negative health outcomes that can result from poor air quality. Worldwide ambient air pollution accounts for up to 29% of all deaths from lung cancer and 43 % of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, due to the burning of fossil fuels in cars, trucks, and various industrial activities sited in cities. Integrated transport measures must be developed in order to reduce this, including increased use of public transport. This is possible through Bust Rapid Transit (BRT) and Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) development as well as through the use of E-vehicles (EVs)."
MMR
Myanmar
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
"It is the intention of the Government of Kiribati that a community-based vulnerability mapping, adaptation planning and management approach (tied to improved access to financing for community-based resilience-building projects) be employed on a whole of island basis that will build capacity in vulnerable villages for small scale localised adaptation actions
[ 0, 2 ]
[ 2, 0 ]
[ "\"It is the intention of the Government of Kiribati that a community-based vulnerability mapping, adaptation planning and management approach (tied to improved access to financing for community-based resilience-building projects) be employed on a whole of island basis that will build capacity in vulnerable villages for small scale localised adaptation actions which represents a critical contribution to the implementation and achievement of these national Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management policies and strategies. The Government of Kiribati will establish the institutional structures and strengthen capacities at the community level in order to support the country-wide implementation of community-based vulnerability mapping and adaptation planning, and the community-based design and implementation of priority resilience measures through improved access to financing for such measures\"(26)" ]
[ 0, 2 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999368191 }
[ [ null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "KI", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_action", "QuestionDefinition": "Adaptation action/priority", "QuestionText": "Action and priority", "Sector": "Economy-wide", "SubSector": "Economy-wide: General" }, { "Alpha2": "KI", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_action", "QuestionDefinition": "Adaptation action/priority", "QuestionText": "Action and priority", "Sector": "Cross-Cutting Area", "SubSector": "Capacity building and knowledge transfer" } ] ]
"It is the intention of the Government of Kiribati that a community-based vulnerability mapping, adaptation planning and management approach (tied to improved access to financing for community-based resilience-building projects) be employed on a whole of island basis that will build capacity in vulnerable villages for small scale localised adaptation actions which represents a critical contribution to the implementation and achievement of these national Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management policies and strategies. The Government of Kiribati will establish the institutional structures and strengthen capacities at the community level in order to support the country-wide implementation of community-based vulnerability mapping and adaptation planning, and the community-based design and implementation of priority resilience measures through improved access to financing for such measures"(26)
KIR
Kiribati
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Launch of the HFC use reduction programme, with a view to aligning with the objectives of the Kigali Amendment. Through this program, all stakeholders in the HFC sector will be mobilized, with a view to a coordinated intervention in several axes: Establishment of an HFC Import Licensing system (online system
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"Launch of the HFC use reduction programme, with a view to aligning with the objectives of the Kigali Amendment. Through this program, all stakeholders in the HFC sector will be mobilized, with a view to a coordinated intervention in several axes: Establishment of an HFC Import Licensing system (online system already operational) and an annual report. Regulatory and normative arrangements to bring them into line with the Kigali commitments. Choice of the most appropriate technological options for Tunisia, based on a refinement of the techno-economic analyses of these options. Organization and programming of the entire stakeholder training process in order to master all the conversion chains to new substances with low Global Warming Potential (GWP). Mobilization of the means and resources (human and financial) necessary to start the process, and design the programmes and support mechanisms related to the multilateral fund of the Montreal Protocol, on the one hand, and the support mechanisms related to the Paris Agreement, on the other hand.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999316931 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "TN", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Industries", "SubSector": "HFCs" } ] ]
"Launch of the HFC use reduction programme, with a view to aligning with the objectives of the Kigali Amendment. Through this program, all stakeholders in the HFC sector will be mobilized, with a view to a coordinated intervention in several axes: Establishment of an HFC Import Licensing system (online system already operational) and an annual report. Regulatory and normative arrangements to bring them into line with the Kigali commitments. Choice of the most appropriate technological options for Tunisia, based on a refinement of the techno-economic analyses of these options. Organization and programming of the entire stakeholder training process in order to master all the conversion chains to new substances with low Global Warming Potential (GWP). Mobilization of the means and resources (human and financial) necessary to start the process, and design the programmes and support mechanisms related to the multilateral fund of the Montreal Protocol, on the one hand, and the support mechanisms related to the Paris Agreement, on the other hand."
TUN
Tunisia
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
"Local landscape planning and management for adaptation: Since a few years ago, the country has recognized the urgency of an adequate national land use plan that permits use of natural resources according to capacity and sustainable extraction, manages urban growth, minimizes the environmental impacts of human activity, reduces the risk
[ 0, 2 ]
[ 2, 0 ]
[ "\"Local landscape planning and management for adaptation: Since a few years ago, the country has recognized the urgency of an adequate national land use plan that permits use of natural resources according to capacity and sustainable extraction, manages urban growth, minimizes the environmental impacts of human activity, reduces the risk of natural disasters, is resilient to climate change, and promotes participatory tools to make informed decisions. Recognizing that land use and urban planning is a tool to decrease long-term vulnerability, the country commits that by 2020 all of the cities and all of the coastal cantons will will have land use plans and will have considered their vulnerability to climate change and will have measures of adaptation and mitigation\" (18)." ]
[ 0, 2 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999351501 }
[ [ null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "CR", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_action", "QuestionDefinition": "Adaptation action/priority", "QuestionText": "Action and priority", "Sector": "Cross-Cutting Area", "SubSector": "Landscape management" }, { "Alpha2": "CR", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_action", "QuestionDefinition": "Adaptation action/priority", "QuestionText": "Action and priority", "Sector": "Urban", "SubSector": "Sustainable urban planning" } ] ]
"Local landscape planning and management for adaptation: Since a few years ago, the country has recognized the urgency of an adequate national land use plan that permits use of natural resources according to capacity and sustainable extraction, manages urban growth, minimizes the environmental impacts of human activity, reduces the risk of natural disasters, is resilient to climate change, and promotes participatory tools to make informed decisions. Recognizing that land use and urban planning is a tool to decrease long-term vulnerability, the country commits that by 2020 all of the cities and all of the coastal cantons will will have land use plans and will have considered their vulnerability to climate change and will have measures of adaptation and mitigation" (18).
CRI
Costa Rica
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"MOEE has a pipeline of ongoing investments in renewable energy-based projects that are expected to generate 1268.25MW in solar power and wind power by 2030. It should be noted that several of these tenders were just recently announced by the Government as prioritized actions in its COVID-19 Economic Response Plan
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"MOEE has a pipeline of ongoing investments in renewable energy-based projects that are expected to generate 1268.25MW in solar power and wind power by 2030. It should be noted that several of these tenders were just recently announced by the Government as prioritized actions in its COVID-19 Economic Response Plan (CERP). (Annex I: Energy Sector Mitigation Supplementary information -Table 24 for detailed projects under development and Figure 5: Projects with Pre-feasibility Assessments, Feasibility Assessments, Ongoing for their location). In addition, the Government has identified a total of 10215MW in potential solar, wind, and floating solar projects to be developed (Annex I: Energy Sector mitigation supplementary information) but feasibility studies pending. Detailed lists of RE Projects that may contribute to the NDC or its next revision, both existing and those under development, and their locations are provided in Annex I: Energy Sector mitigation supplementary information. It should be noted that many of the projects under development are at exploratory stages and will be subject to prefeasibility and feasibility studies. These are currently not included in the national NDC targets. (Ongoing and Planned RE Projects that may contribute to the NDC)\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999353886 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "MM", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on sectoral plans", "QuestionText": "Sectoral plans on", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy" } ] ]
"MOEE has a pipeline of ongoing investments in renewable energy-based projects that are expected to generate 1268.25MW in solar power and wind power by 2030. It should be noted that several of these tenders were just recently announced by the Government as prioritized actions in its COVID-19 Economic Response Plan (CERP). (Annex I: Energy Sector Mitigation Supplementary information -Table 24 for detailed projects under development and Figure 5: Projects with Pre-feasibility Assessments, Feasibility Assessments, Ongoing for their location). In addition, the Government has identified a total of 10215MW in potential solar, wind, and floating solar projects to be developed (Annex I: Energy Sector mitigation supplementary information) but feasibility studies pending. Detailed lists of RE Projects that may contribute to the NDC or its next revision, both existing and those under development, and their locations are provided in Annex I: Energy Sector mitigation supplementary information. It should be noted that many of the projects under development are at exploratory stages and will be subject to prefeasibility and feasibility studies. These are currently not included in the national NDC targets. (Ongoing and Planned RE Projects that may contribute to the NDC)"
MMR
Myanmar
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Manage biodegradable waste component through biological treatments 2.1 Increase the present level of composting to 30% of compostable waste collected in Western Province and other Provinces 2.2 Apply suitable treatment facilities for liquid waste such as central / networked sewage and wastewater treatment facilities, night soil treatment facilities for selected
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"Manage biodegradable waste component through biological treatments 2.1 Increase the present level of composting to 30% of compostable waste collected in Western Province and other Provinces 2.2 Apply suitable treatment facilities for liquid waste such as central / networked sewage and wastewater treatment facilities, night soil treatment facilities for selected Local Authorities (LAs), improve the treatment and appropriate disposal of industrial wastewater, assist LAs that have facilities for feed sludge management, prepare options to use treated waste water, enhance capacities of existing treatment plants with new treatment technologies, enhance the treatment facilities for industrial sludge and introduce volume-based pricing system for liquid waste 2.3 Adopt biogas technology where composting is not practically applicable\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999366999 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "LK", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on sectoral plans", "QuestionText": "Sectoral plans on", "Sector": "Waste", "SubSector": "Waste: General" } ] ]
"Manage biodegradable waste component through biological treatments 2.1 Increase the present level of composting to 30% of compostable waste collected in Western Province and other Provinces 2.2 Apply suitable treatment facilities for liquid waste such as central / networked sewage and wastewater treatment facilities, night soil treatment facilities for selected Local Authorities (LAs), improve the treatment and appropriate disposal of industrial wastewater, assist LAs that have facilities for feed sludge management, prepare options to use treated waste water, enhance capacities of existing treatment plants with new treatment technologies, enhance the treatment facilities for industrial sludge and introduce volume-based pricing system for liquid waste 2.3 Adopt biogas technology where composting is not practically applicable"
LKA
Sri Lanka
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 2 ]
"Metoro (40MW) Vilanculos (10 MW) Dondo (30 MW) Nacala (30 MW) Boane (30 MW) Cuamba (30 MW) Balama (10 MW) Checua 鈥 Maputo (60KW) Alto Changane 鈥 Gaza (100Kw) Changanine 鈥 Gaza (0.06MW) Zimane 鈥 Inhambane (0.06) MW Chiloane 鈥 Sofala (0.04 MW) Inhamuchindo - Sofala (0.060 MW) Chissinguana 鈥
[ 0, 2 ]
[ 2, 0 ]
[ "\"Metoro (40MW) Vilanculos (10 MW) Dondo (30 MW) Nacala (30 MW) Boane (30 MW) Cuamba (30 MW) Balama (10 MW) Checua 鈥 Maputo (60KW) Alto Changane 鈥 Gaza (100Kw) Changanine 鈥 Gaza (0.06MW) Zimane 鈥 Inhambane (0.06) MW Chiloane 鈥 Sofala (0.04 MW) Inhamuchindo - Sofala (0.060 MW) Chissinguana 鈥 Sofala (0.01 MW) Chicule 鈥 Manica (0/07) Mpego - Manica (40 MW) Garagua Manica (0.04 MW) Fortuna 鈥 Tete (20 MW) Mazogo Lualesse (0.04 MW) Chissimbi 鈥 Niassa (0.020 MW) Matchedje 鈥 Niassa (0.223MW) Ninga - Cabo Delgado (18MW) Ngapa - Cabo Delgado (0,200MW)\"" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
{ "label": "sw-KE", "score": 0.9999614954 }
[ [ null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "MZ", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy: Solar" }, { "Alpha2": "MZ", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy: Solar: Utility Scale" } ] ]
"Metoro (40MW) Vilanculos (10 MW) Dondo (30 MW) Nacala (30 MW) Boane (30 MW) Cuamba (30 MW) Balama (10 MW) Checua 鈥 Maputo (60KW) Alto Changane 鈥 Gaza (100Kw) Changanine 鈥 Gaza (0.06MW) Zimane 鈥 Inhambane (0.06) MW Chiloane 鈥 Sofala (0.04 MW) Inhamuchindo - Sofala (0.060 MW) Chissinguana 鈥 Sofala (0.01 MW) Chicule 鈥 Manica (0/07) Mpego - Manica (40 MW) Garagua Manica (0.04 MW) Fortuna 鈥 Tete (20 MW) Mazogo Lualesse (0.04 MW) Chissimbi 鈥 Niassa (0.020 MW) Matchedje 鈥 Niassa (0.223MW) Ninga - Cabo Delgado (18MW) Ngapa - Cabo Delgado (0,200MW)"
MOZ
Mozambique
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"National Agricultural Investment Plan (NAIP)": "The DRC has developed its National Agricultural Investment Plan (NAIP), 2013-2020. Its overall objective is to stimulate sustained annual growth in the agricultural sector of more than 6%, which is essential to reduce poverty, ensure food and nutrition security for the Congolese people and generate
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"National Agricultural Investment Plan (NAIP)\": \"The DRC has developed its National Agricultural Investment Plan (NAIP), 2013-2020. Its overall objective is to stimulate sustained annual growth in the agricultural sector of more than 6%, which is essential to reduce poverty, ensure food and nutrition security for the Congolese people and generate jobs and sustainable incomes. This plan constitutes the unifying framework for all current and future programmes and projects in the agricultural sector. This document, which is currently being revised, constitutes the national planning framework for national and external funds for the agricultural sector and rural development.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999302626 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "CD", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Policies", "QuestionCode": "M_SecPol2", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on the existing upstream sectoral policies that the NDC builds on", "QuestionText": "Existing sectoral policies", "Sector": "Agriculture", "SubSector": "Agriculture: General" } ] ]
"National Agricultural Investment Plan (NAIP)": "The DRC has developed its National Agricultural Investment Plan (NAIP), 2013-2020. Its overall objective is to stimulate sustained annual growth in the agricultural sector of more than 6%, which is essential to reduce poverty, ensure food and nutrition security for the Congolese people and generate jobs and sustainable incomes. This plan constitutes the unifying framework for all current and future programmes and projects in the agricultural sector. This document, which is currently being revised, constitutes the national planning framework for national and external funds for the agricultural sector and rural development."
COD
Democratic Republic of the Congo
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"National Sanitation Plan of 35 Landfills, at the national level for the recovery of final disposal sites and the control and capture and use of Methane (CH4) generated. National Construction Plan of 2 Sanitary Landfills for the control and capture of Methane (CH4) generated. National Construction Plan of 4 Transfer
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"National Sanitation Plan of 35 Landfills, at the national level for the recovery of final disposal sites and the control and capture and use of Methane (CH4) generated. National Construction Plan of 2 Sanitary Landfills for the control and capture of Methane (CH4) generated. National Construction Plan of 4 Transfer Stations to contribute to the proper management of waste and solid waste. This climate action underpins the institution's Capacity Building.\": \"The action is national and it is estimated that with the actions carried out 17,134 Ton/year of CO2 (eq) will be captured.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999288321 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "VE", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct5", "QuestionDefinition": "Emission reduction potential for a given sectoral downstream action ", "QuestionText": "Emission reduction potential ", "Sector": "Waste", "SubSector": "Solid Waste" } ] ]
"National Sanitation Plan of 35 Landfills, at the national level for the recovery of final disposal sites and the control and capture and use of Methane (CH4) generated. National Construction Plan of 2 Sanitary Landfills for the control and capture of Methane (CH4) generated. National Construction Plan of 4 Transfer Stations to contribute to the proper management of waste and solid waste. This climate action underpins the institution's Capacity Building.": "The action is national and it is estimated that with the actions carried out 17,134 Ton/year of CO2 (eq) will be captured."
VEN
Venezuela
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Nigeria has, therefore, embarked on reforming and improving its forest management practices, seeking to end illegal firewood harvesting, placing a focus on promoting efficient use of forest resources and more deliberately supporting the sustianable development. The growth trajectory of the forest sector is characterised by intensive afforestation, as for example,
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"Nigeria has, therefore, embarked on reforming and improving its forest management practices, seeking to end illegal firewood harvesting, placing a focus on promoting efficient use of forest resources and more deliberately supporting the sustianable development. The growth trajectory of the forest sector is characterised by intensive afforestation, as for example, intended in the First National Implementation Plan (FNIP) of the country's Vision 2020, and driven by growing green investment in stopping forest loss, recovering deforested areas and expanding forest cover in the country through its REDD+ and green economy approach. The planned initiatives should ensure that forests are protected and sustainably managed, and forest ecosystem services are properly valued and paid for." ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999337196 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "NG", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "LULUCF/Forestry: General" } ] ]
"Nigeria has, therefore, embarked on reforming and improving its forest management practices, seeking to end illegal firewood harvesting, placing a focus on promoting efficient use of forest resources and more deliberately supporting the sustianable development. The growth trajectory of the forest sector is characterised by intensive afforestation, as for example, intended in the First National Implementation Plan (FNIP) of the country's Vision 2020, and driven by growing green investment in stopping forest loss, recovering deforested areas and expanding forest cover in the country through its REDD+ and green economy approach. The planned initiatives should ensure that forests are protected and sustainably managed, and forest ecosystem services are properly valued and paid for.
NGA
Nigeria
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"On the Strategy of Actions for the Further Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan" 3 No. UP-5185 dated September 8, 2017 "On approval of the Concept of Administrative Reform in the Republic of Uzbekistan" implementing a national strategy for transition to a green economy through the development of a roadmap
[ 0, 0 ]
[ 0, 0 ]
[ "The country is implementing a national strategy for transition to a green economy through the development of a roadmap to 2030 and strives to achieve the following targets: [...] 鈭 expand the production and use of motor fuels and vehicles with improved energyefficiency and environmental performance, as well as develop electric transport; [...]" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999368191 }
[ [ "{'IkiSheet': 'implementation', 'page_number': '7f.', 'region': 'Asia', 'parameter': 'P_National', 'income_group': 'Middle-income', 'annex_type': 'Non-Annex I'}" ] ]
[ [ null ] ]
"On the Strategy of Actions for the Further Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan" 3 No. UP-5185 dated September 8, 2017 "On approval of the Concept of Administrative Reform in the Republic of Uzbekistan" implementing a national strategy for transition to a green economy through the development of a roadmap to 2030 and strives to achieve the following targets: 鈭 double the energy-efficiency indicator and reduce the carbon intensity of GDP; 鈭 further development of renewable energy sources to bring their share to 25% of the total power generation; 鈭 ensure access to modern, affordable and reliable energy supply for up to 100% of the population and sectors of the economy; 鈭 upgrade the infrastructure of industrial enterprises, ensure their sustainability by increasing energy efficiency by at least 20% and by wider use of clean and environmentally friendly technologies and industrial processes; 鈭 expand the production and use of motor fuels and vehicles with improved energy- efficiency and environmental performance, as well as develop electric transport; 鈭 significantly increase the water use efficiency in all sectors of the economy, introduce drip irrigation technologies on up to 1 million hectares of lands and increase yield of crops cultivated on this land by up to 20-40%; 鈭 achieve Land Degradation Neutrality; 鈭 increase the average productivity of basic agricultural products by 20-25%.
UZB
Uzbekistan
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "IKITracs" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Optimize industrial structure and vigorously develop low-carbon industries. Efforts have been made to build green and low-carbon industries into pillar industries, such as new energy vehicle (NEV), new energy, energy conservation and environmental protection, while vigorously promoting the rapid development of strategic emerging industries such as information technology and high-end
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"Optimize industrial structure and vigorously develop low-carbon industries. Efforts have been made to build green and low-carbon industries into pillar industries, such as new energy vehicle (NEV), new energy, energy conservation and environmental protection, while vigorously promoting the rapid development of strategic emerging industries such as information technology and high-end equipment. In 2019, service industry accounted for 54.3% of China鈥檚 GDP, 3.5 percentage points higher than the 2015 level, and 15.7 percentage points more than that of the secondary industry. High-tech manufacturing and equipment manufacturing contributed to 14.4% and 32.5% of the added value of above-scale industries respectively, an increase of 2.6 and 0.7 percentage points from 2015 level. From 2016 onwards, China has imposed strict control over the expansion of high energy-consuming industries and phased out backward production capacity in accordance with laws and regulations to speed up overcapacity elimination.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999302626 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "CN", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on sectoral plans", "QuestionText": "Sectoral plans on", "Sector": "Industries", "SubSector": "Industries: General" } ] ]
"Optimize industrial structure and vigorously develop low-carbon industries. Efforts have been made to build green and low-carbon industries into pillar industries, such as new energy vehicle (NEV), new energy, energy conservation and environmental protection, while vigorously promoting the rapid development of strategic emerging industries such as information technology and high-end equipment. In 2019, service industry accounted for 54.3% of China鈥檚 GDP, 3.5 percentage points higher than the 2015 level, and 15.7 percentage points more than that of the secondary industry. High-tech manufacturing and equipment manufacturing contributed to 14.4% and 32.5% of the added value of above-scale industries respectively, an increase of 2.6 and 0.7 percentage points from 2015 level. From 2016 onwards, China has imposed strict control over the expansion of high energy-consuming industries and phased out backward production capacity in accordance with laws and regulations to speed up overcapacity elimination."
CHN
China
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Phase out coal and coal power outdated production capacity, and push forward energy-saving and environmentally-friendly upgrades of coal power. The structural reform on the coal supply side has been actively advanced to resolve coal production overcapacity and boost the clean, efficient, and high-quality development of coal power. From 2016 to
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"Phase out coal and coal power outdated production capacity, and push forward energy-saving and environmentally-friendly upgrades of coal power. The structural reform on the coal supply side has been actively advanced to resolve coal production overcapacity and boost the clean, efficient, and high-quality development of coal power. From 2016 to 2019, over 30 GW of thermal power capacity were eliminated. Energy-saving upgrade goals and tasks for coal power have been set out. As of 2019, the average use of standard coal consumption for power generation by thermal power plants has dropped to 306.4 g/kWh, a decline of 63.6 g/kWh compared with 2005, maintaining the world advanced level. In 2019, nationwide thermal power reduced 860 million tons of CO2 emissions compared with 2005 due to the reduction in coal consumption for power supply.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999278784 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "CN", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct1", "QuestionDefinition": "Existing sectoral downstream actions that the NDC builds on", "QuestionText": "Building on existing downstream actions", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Supply-side Efficiency: Power generation efficiency improvement: Fuel switching" } ] ]
"Phase out coal and coal power outdated production capacity, and push forward energy-saving and environmentally-friendly upgrades of coal power. The structural reform on the coal supply side has been actively advanced to resolve coal production overcapacity and boost the clean, efficient, and high-quality development of coal power. From 2016 to 2019, over 30 GW of thermal power capacity were eliminated. Energy-saving upgrade goals and tasks for coal power have been set out. As of 2019, the average use of standard coal consumption for power generation by thermal power plants has dropped to 306.4 g/kWh, a decline of 63.6 g/kWh compared with 2005, maintaining the world advanced level. In 2019, nationwide thermal power reduced 860 million tons of CO2 emissions compared with 2005 due to the reduction in coal consumption for power supply."
CHN
China
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Promote sustainable energy practices in manufacturing": "Garments: 2.3MtCO2e, 55% vs BAU by 2030 1.1: Upgrade to efficient boiler - GHG emission reductions: 0.03 MtCO2e/year for 26 boilers, approximately 1.2: Sewing machine GHG emission reduction is estimated at 0.002 MtCO2e/year for 3,500 new electric machines. 1.3: Washing machine GHG emission reduction
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"Promote sustainable energy practices in manufacturing\": \"Garments: 2.3MtCO2e, 55% vs BAU by 2030 1.1: Upgrade to efficient boiler - GHG emission reductions: 0.03 MtCO2e/year for 26 boilers, approximately 1.2: Sewing machine GHG emission reduction is estimated at 0.002 MtCO2e/year for 3,500 new electric machines. 1.3: Washing machine GHG emission reduction is estimated at 0.0002 MtCO2e/year for 130 new washing machines 1.4: Drying machine GHG emission reduction is estimated at 0.0001 MtCO2e/year for 65 new drying machines. 1.5: Compressors GHG emission reduction is estimated at 0.0007 MtCO2e/year for 40 new compressors. 1.6: Efficient lightning appliance - GHG emission reduction is estimated at 0.005 MtCO2e/year for 150,000 new efficient lightning appliances.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999263287 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "KH", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen4", "QuestionDefinition": "emission reduction potential for a given sectoral plan", "QuestionText": "Emission reduction potential", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Demand-side Efficiency: Industries" } ] ]
"Promote sustainable energy practices in manufacturing": "Garments: 2.3MtCO2e, 55% vs BAU by 2030 1.1: Upgrade to efficient boiler - GHG emission reductions: 0.03 MtCO2e/year for 26 boilers, approximately 1.2: Sewing machine GHG emission reduction is estimated at 0.002 MtCO2e/year for 3,500 new electric machines. 1.3: Washing machine GHG emission reduction is estimated at 0.0002 MtCO2e/year for 130 new washing machines 1.4: Drying machine GHG emission reduction is estimated at 0.0001 MtCO2e/year for 65 new drying machines. 1.5: Compressors GHG emission reduction is estimated at 0.0007 MtCO2e/year for 40 new compressors. 1.6: Efficient lightning appliance - GHG emission reduction is estimated at 0.005 MtCO2e/year for 150,000 new efficient lightning appliances."
KHM
Cambodia
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"REDD+ 1. Strengthen management of forest conservation areas, such as protected areas and flooded and mangrove conservation areas - Promote forest land tenure security through forest land classification, zoning, demarcation, and registration 2. Strengthen law enforcement activities to address unauthorized logging, and encroachment 3. Monitor the status of ELCs and
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"REDD+ 1. Strengthen management of forest conservation areas, such as protected areas and flooded and mangrove conservation areas - Promote forest land tenure security through forest land classification, zoning, demarcation, and registration 2. Strengthen law enforcement activities to address unauthorized logging, and encroachment 3. Monitor the status of ELCs and SLCs for compliance with regulations and strengthen capacity for effective monitoring 4. Support harmonization of legal frameworks for effective management of forest resources 5. Strengthen regulatory framework and capacity for social and environmental impact assessment and compliance 6. Strengthen capacity for data management and establish decision support systems for forest and land use sector 7. Strengthen and scale up community-based forest management 8. Engage and encourage the private sector to implement alternative and sustainable supply chains from agro industrial plantations, and to reduce emissions 9. Expand afforestation, reforestation and restoration activities 10. Enhance timber supply and wood-based energy sourced from community-based forest management areas and private plantations to reduce pressure on forest areas 11. Promote effective, equitable, sustainable management and use of forests, forest lands and non-timber forest products 12. Identify and implement alternative and sustainable livelihood development programmes for local communities most dependent on forest resources\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999346733 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "KH", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on sectoral plans", "QuestionText": "Sectoral plans on", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "REDD+" } ] ]
"REDD+ 1. Strengthen management of forest conservation areas, such as protected areas and flooded and mangrove conservation areas - Promote forest land tenure security through forest land classification, zoning, demarcation, and registration 2. Strengthen law enforcement activities to address unauthorized logging, and encroachment 3. Monitor the status of ELCs and SLCs for compliance with regulations and strengthen capacity for effective monitoring 4. Support harmonization of legal frameworks for effective management of forest resources 5. Strengthen regulatory framework and capacity for social and environmental impact assessment and compliance 6. Strengthen capacity for data management and establish decision support systems for forest and land use sector 7. Strengthen and scale up community-based forest management 8. Engage and encourage the private sector to implement alternative and sustainable supply chains from agro industrial plantations, and to reduce emissions 9. Expand afforestation, reforestation and restoration activities 10. Enhance timber supply and wood-based energy sourced from community-based forest management areas and private plantations to reduce pressure on forest areas 11. Promote effective, equitable, sustainable management and use of forests, forest lands and non-timber forest products 12. Identify and implement alternative and sustainable livelihood development programmes for local communities most dependent on forest resources"
KHM
Cambodia
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"REDD+ 1. Strengthen management of forest conservation areas, such as protected areas and flooded and mangrove conservation areas - Promote forest land tenure security through forest land classification, zoning, demarcation, and registration 2. Strengthen law enforcement activities to address unauthorized logging, and encroachment 3. Monitor the status of ELCs and
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"REDD+ 1. Strengthen management of forest conservation areas, such as protected areas and flooded and mangrove conservation areas - Promote forest land tenure security through forest land classification, zoning, demarcation, and registration 2. Strengthen law enforcement activities to address unauthorized logging, and encroachment 3. Monitor the status of ELCs and SLCs for compliance with regulations and strengthen capacity for effective monitoring 4. Support harmonization of legal frameworks for effective management of forest resources 5. Strengthen regulatory framework and capacity for social and environmental impact assessment and compliance 6. Strengthen capacity for data management and establish decision support systems for forest and land use sector 7. Strengthen and scale up community-based forest management 8. Engage and encourage the private sector to implement alternative and sustainable supply chains from agro industrial plantations, and to reduce emissions 9. Expand afforestation, reforestation and restoration activities 10. Enhance timber supply and wood-based energy sourced from community-based forest management areas and private plantations to reduce pressure on forest areas 11. Promote effective, equitable, sustainable management and use of forests, forest lands and non-timber forest products 12. Identify and implement alternative and sustainable livelihood development programmes for local communities most dependent on forest resources\": \"21.54 Mt CO2 - e/year\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999346733 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "KH", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen4", "QuestionDefinition": "emission reduction potential for a given sectoral plan", "QuestionText": "Emission reduction potential", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "REDD+" } ] ]
"REDD+ 1. Strengthen management of forest conservation areas, such as protected areas and flooded and mangrove conservation areas - Promote forest land tenure security through forest land classification, zoning, demarcation, and registration 2. Strengthen law enforcement activities to address unauthorized logging, and encroachment 3. Monitor the status of ELCs and SLCs for compliance with regulations and strengthen capacity for effective monitoring 4. Support harmonization of legal frameworks for effective management of forest resources 5. Strengthen regulatory framework and capacity for social and environmental impact assessment and compliance 6. Strengthen capacity for data management and establish decision support systems for forest and land use sector 7. Strengthen and scale up community-based forest management 8. Engage and encourage the private sector to implement alternative and sustainable supply chains from agro industrial plantations, and to reduce emissions 9. Expand afforestation, reforestation and restoration activities 10. Enhance timber supply and wood-based energy sourced from community-based forest management areas and private plantations to reduce pressure on forest areas 11. Promote effective, equitable, sustainable management and use of forests, forest lands and non-timber forest products 12. Identify and implement alternative and sustainable livelihood development programmes for local communities most dependent on forest resources": "21.54 Mt CO2 - e/year"
KHM
Cambodia
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 2 ]
"Reduce emissions and energy costs of homes by creating a $2.6 billion Canada Greener Homes Grant initiative with grants of up to $5,000, and investing $4.4 billion to help homeowners complete deep home retrofits through interest-free loans worth up to $40,000. Continue working on low-income retrofit programs with the provinces
[ 0, 2 ]
[ 2, 0 ]
[ "\"Reduce emissions and energy costs of homes by creating a $2.6 billion Canada Greener Homes Grant initiative with grants of up to $5,000, and investing $4.4 billion to help homeowners complete deep home retrofits through interest-free loans worth up to $40,000. Continue working on low-income retrofit programs with the provinces and territories to increase the number of households that benefit from energy retrofits. Invest $1.5 billion to support green and accessible retrofits, repairs or upgrades of existing public community buildings, and the construction of new, publicly accessible community buildings that serve high-needs, underserved communities across Canada. Invest $2 billion in financing large-scale commercial and public building retrofits as part of the Canada Infrastructure Bank鈥檚 $10 billion Growth Plan. 4 Advance additional actions including continuing to develop the first model 鈥榬etrofit鈥 code for existing buildings by 2025 and a net-zero energy ready building code for new buildings, developing a low-emissions building materials supply chain, and conducting Canada鈥檚 first-ever national infrastructure assessment.\"" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999339581 }
[ [ null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "CA", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Demand-side Efficiency: Buildings" }, { "Alpha2": "CA", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Buildings", "SubSector": "Buildings: General" } ] ]
"Reduce emissions and energy costs of homes by creating a $2.6 billion Canada Greener Homes Grant initiative with grants of up to $5,000, and investing $4.4 billion to help homeowners complete deep home retrofits through interest-free loans worth up to $40,000. Continue working on low-income retrofit programs with the provinces and territories to increase the number of households that benefit from energy retrofits. Invest $1.5 billion to support green and accessible retrofits, repairs or upgrades of existing public community buildings, and the construction of new, publicly accessible community buildings that serve high-needs, underserved communities across Canada. Invest $2 billion in financing large-scale commercial and public building retrofits as part of the Canada Infrastructure Bank鈥檚 $10 billion Growth Plan. 4 Advance additional actions including continuing to develop the first model 鈥榬etrofit鈥 code for existing buildings by 2025 and a net-zero energy ready building code for new buildings, developing a low-emissions building materials supply chain, and conducting Canada鈥檚 first-ever national infrastructure assessment."
CAN
Canada
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Restoration, conservation and SFM/MST of forests in areas affected by degradation processes. As a result, technical and institutional capacities for the restoration of forests and forest lands are expected by applying SFM/MST strengthened through the development of national guidelines for the restoration and regeneration of 3000 ha of forests through
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"Restoration, conservation and SFM/MST of forests in areas affected by degradation processes. As a result, technical and institutional capacities for the restoration of forests and forest lands are expected by applying SFM/MST strengthened through the development of national guidelines for the restoration and regeneration of 3000 ha of forests through SFM/MST strategies i.e. reforestation, agroforestry systems, analog forestry under a ecosystem that prioritizes the multifunctionality of forests and results in standardized populations of forest species of global importance in danger and sequestration of 0.2 million tons of CO2eq and land degradation processes stopped in 3000 ha.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999337196 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "VE", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "Reforestation" } ] ]
"Restoration, conservation and SFM/MST of forests in areas affected by degradation processes. As a result, technical and institutional capacities for the restoration of forests and forest lands are expected by applying SFM/MST strengthened through the development of national guidelines for the restoration and regeneration of 3000 ha of forests through SFM/MST strategies i.e. reforestation, agroforestry systems, analog forestry under a ecosystem that prioritizes the multifunctionality of forests and results in standardized populations of forest species of global importance in danger and sequestration of 0.2 million tons of CO2eq and land degradation processes stopped in 3000 ha."
VEN
Venezuela
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
"Rwanda will establish a comprehensive National Water Security Plan to expand water storage and irrigation infrastructure, rainwater harvesting, water conservation and water efficiency practices. This strategic action brings together the national policies and strategies for irrigation, water supply and sanitation, IWRM and energy. In this regard, an assessment of the
[ 0, 2 ]
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "\"Rwanda will establish a comprehensive National Water Security Plan to expand water storage and irrigation infrastructure, rainwater harvesting, water conservation and water efficiency practices. This strategic action brings together the national policies and strategies for irrigation, water supply and sanitation, IWRM and energy. In this regard, an assessment of the current water storage capacity will be carried out and the improved water storage will be the main outcome of the assessment with reference to the IWRM subsector strategic plan. Rwanda will also implement the water resources master plan which identified potential sites for multipurpose dam construction countrywide for improved water storage. In addition to the detailed design for one of the identified, others will be initiated and finished by 2030. Rainwater harvesting will also be mandatory and will be made an integral part building codes by 2030.\" (p. 10)" ]
[ 0, 2 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999337196 }
[ [ null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "RW", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_tar", "QuestionDefinition": "Measurable targets or indicators", "QuestionText": "Targets", "Sector": "Water", "SubSector": "Water supply" }, { "Alpha2": "RW", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_tar", "QuestionDefinition": "Measurable targets or indicators", "QuestionText": "Targets", "Sector": "Water", "SubSector": "Infrastructure" } ] ]
"Rwanda will establish a comprehensive National Water Security Plan to expand water storage and irrigation infrastructure, rainwater harvesting, water conservation and water efficiency practices. This strategic action brings together the national policies and strategies for irrigation, water supply and sanitation, IWRM and energy. In this regard, an assessment of the current water storage capacity will be carried out and the improved water storage will be the main outcome of the assessment with reference to the IWRM subsector strategic plan. Rwanda will also implement the water resources master plan which identified potential sites for multipurpose dam construction countrywide for improved water storage. In addition to the detailed design for one of the identified, others will be initiated and finished by 2030. Rainwater harvesting will also be mandatory and will be made an integral part building codes by 2030." (p. 10)
RWA
Rwanda
[ 2, 0 ]
[ "First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
"Rwanda will integrate management of water resources at the district and community levels, define catchment wide responsibilities, cluster catchment partner-districts according to subcatchment regions, and improve understanding of water users within districts and catchments. The national framework for IWRM will be cascaded down to district and catchment levels. To this
[ 0, 2 ]
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "\"Rwanda will integrate management of water resources at the district and community levels, define catchment wide responsibilities, cluster catchment partner-districts according to subcatchment regions, and improve understanding of water users within districts and catchments. The national framework for IWRM will be cascaded down to district and catchment levels. To this end, catchments committees and water users associations (WUAs) will be established and trained at district level to cover all the 30 districts by 2030. Also, detailed catchment management plans have will be developed and implemented for all the nine identified main catchments areas by 2030.\" (p. 9)" ]
[ 0, 2 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999328852 }
[ [ null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "RW", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_tar", "QuestionDefinition": "Measurable targets or indicators", "QuestionText": "Targets", "Sector": "Water", "SubSector": "Water management" }, { "Alpha2": "RW", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_tar", "QuestionDefinition": "Measurable targets or indicators", "QuestionText": "Targets", "Sector": "Cross-Cutting Area", "SubSector": "Landscape management" } ] ]
"Rwanda will integrate management of water resources at the district and community levels, define catchment wide responsibilities, cluster catchment partner-districts according to subcatchment regions, and improve understanding of water users within districts and catchments. The national framework for IWRM will be cascaded down to district and catchment levels. To this end, catchments committees and water users associations (WUAs) will be established and trained at district level to cover all the 30 districts by 2030. Also, detailed catchment management plans have will be developed and implemented for all the nine identified main catchments areas by 2030." (p. 9)
RWA
Rwanda
[ 2, 0 ]
[ "First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 4 ]
"Solar PV, large grid with storage (green hydrogen): Mauritania has just signed an ambitious protocol for the development of renewable energy resources (green hydrogen program) with the American company GWP Global. 17720,8 8860,4 10500 Called "Aman", the project provides for the development of 30 GW of solar and wind energy
[ 0, 4 ]
[ 4, 0 ]
[ "\"Solar PV, large grid with storage (green hydrogen): Mauritania has just signed an ambitious protocol for the development of renewable energy resources (green hydrogen program) with the American company GWP Global. 17720,8 8860,4 10500 Called \"Aman\", the project provides for the development of 30 GW of solar and wind energy to power electrolysers in Mauritania. Solar and wind power plants will be installed image image in a desert area of 8500 km虏 in the north of the country. A report examining the potential of blue and green hydrogen (low-carbon hydrogen) is being prepared as part of the PADG Project for the Mauritanian government. This report will assess Mauritania's technical potential for blue/green hydrogen and provide data for a national roadmap on low-carbon hydrogen, which will also cover the potential uses of hydrogen produced in the country at national (industry, mining, heavy transport, agriculture (fertilizers), trawlers) and international (ammonia exports, etc.). On the consensual judgment of the team (focal points and experts) reach the capacity of 5GW solar is possible in 2030.\"" ]
[ 4, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999339581 }
[ [ null, null, null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "MR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy" }, { "Alpha2": "MR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy: Solar" }, { "Alpha2": "MR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy: Solar: Utility Scale" }, { "Alpha2": "MR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy: Wind" } ] ]
"Solar PV, large grid with storage (green hydrogen): Mauritania has just signed an ambitious protocol for the development of renewable energy resources (green hydrogen program) with the American company GWP Global. 17720,8 8860,4 10500 Called "Aman", the project provides for the development of 30 GW of solar and wind energy to power electrolysers in Mauritania. Solar and wind power plants will be installed image image in a desert area of 8500 km虏 in the north of the country. A report examining the potential of blue and green hydrogen (low-carbon hydrogen) is being prepared as part of the PADG Project for the Mauritanian government. This report will assess Mauritania's technical potential for blue/green hydrogen and provide data for a national roadmap on low-carbon hydrogen, which will also cover the potential uses of hydrogen produced in the country at national (industry, mining, heavy transport, agriculture (fertilizers), trawlers) and international (ammonia exports, etc.). On the consensual judgment of the team (focal points and experts) reach the capacity of 5GW solar is possible in 2030."
MRT
Mauritania
[ 0, 4 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 3 ]
"Solar PV, large grid with storage (green hydrogen): Mauritania has just signed an ambitious protocol for the development of renewable energy resources (green hydrogen program) with the American company GWP Global. 17720,8 8860,4 10500 Called "Aman", the project provides for the development of 30 GW of solar and wind energy
[ 0, 3 ]
[ 0, 3 ]
[ "\"Solar PV, large grid with storage (green hydrogen): Mauritania has just signed an ambitious protocol for the development of renewable energy resources (green hydrogen program) with the American company GWP Global. 17720,8 8860,4 10500 Called \"Aman\", the project provides for the development of 30 GW of solar and wind energy to power electrolysers in Mauritania. Solar and wind power plants will be installed image image in a desert area of 8500 km虏 in the north of the country. A report examining the potential of blue and green hydrogen (low-carbon hydrogen) is being prepared as part of the PADG Project for the Mauritanian government. This report will assess Mauritania's technical potential for blue/green hydrogen and provide data for a national roadmap on low-carbon hydrogen, which will also cover the potential uses of hydrogen produced in the country at national (industry, mining, heavy transport, agriculture (fertilizers), trawlers) and international (ammonia exports, etc.). On the consensual judgment of the team (focal points and experts) reach the capacity of 5GW solar is possible in 2030.\": 10,500 million USD" ]
[ 3, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999339581 }
[ [ null, null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "MR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct6", "QuestionDefinition": "Estimated total cost of implementation for a given sectoral downstream action (mitigation and adaptation)", "QuestionText": "Estimated total costs for implementation", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy" }, { "Alpha2": "MR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct6", "QuestionDefinition": "Estimated total cost of implementation for a given sectoral downstream action (mitigation and adaptation)", "QuestionText": "Estimated total costs for implementation", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy: Solar" }, { "Alpha2": "MR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct6", "QuestionDefinition": "Estimated total cost of implementation for a given sectoral downstream action (mitigation and adaptation)", "QuestionText": "Estimated total costs for implementation", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy: Wind" } ] ]
"Solar PV, large grid with storage (green hydrogen): Mauritania has just signed an ambitious protocol for the development of renewable energy resources (green hydrogen program) with the American company GWP Global. 17720,8 8860,4 10500 Called "Aman", the project provides for the development of 30 GW of solar and wind energy to power electrolysers in Mauritania. Solar and wind power plants will be installed image image in a desert area of 8500 km虏 in the north of the country. A report examining the potential of blue and green hydrogen (low-carbon hydrogen) is being prepared as part of the PADG Project for the Mauritanian government. This report will assess Mauritania's technical potential for blue/green hydrogen and provide data for a national roadmap on low-carbon hydrogen, which will also cover the potential uses of hydrogen produced in the country at national (industry, mining, heavy transport, agriculture (fertilizers), trawlers) and international (ammonia exports, etc.). On the consensual judgment of the team (focal points and experts) reach the capacity of 5GW solar is possible in 2030.": 10,500 million USD
MRT
Mauritania
[ 0, 3 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 4 ]
"Solar PV, large grid with storage (green hydrogen): Mauritania has just signed an ambitious protocol for the development of renewable energy resources (green hydrogen program) with the American company GWP Global. 17720,8 8860,4 10500 Called "Aman", the project provides for the development of 30 GW of solar and wind energy
[ 0, 4 ]
[ 0, 4 ]
[ "\"Solar PV, large grid with storage (green hydrogen): Mauritania has just signed an ambitious protocol for the development of renewable energy resources (green hydrogen program) with the American company GWP Global. 17720,8 8860,4 10500 Called \"Aman\", the project provides for the development of 30 GW of solar and wind energy to power electrolysers in Mauritania. Solar and wind power plants will be installed image image in a desert area of 8500 km虏 in the north of the country. A report examining the potential of blue and green hydrogen (low-carbon hydrogen) is being prepared as part of the PADG Project for the Mauritanian government. This report will assess Mauritania's technical potential for blue/green hydrogen and provide data for a national roadmap on low-carbon hydrogen, which will also cover the potential uses of hydrogen produced in the country at national (industry, mining, heavy transport, agriculture (fertilizers), trawlers) and international (ammonia exports, etc.). On the consensual judgment of the team (focal points and experts) reach the capacity of 5GW solar is possible in 2030.\": 2020-2030: 17,720.8 GgCO2, 2030: 8,860.4 GgCO2" ]
[ 4, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999339581 }
[ [ null, null, null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "MR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct5", "QuestionDefinition": "Emission reduction potential for a given sectoral downstream action ", "QuestionText": "Emission reduction potential ", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy" }, { "Alpha2": "MR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct5", "QuestionDefinition": "Emission reduction potential for a given sectoral downstream action ", "QuestionText": "Emission reduction potential ", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy: Solar" }, { "Alpha2": "MR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct5", "QuestionDefinition": "Emission reduction potential for a given sectoral downstream action ", "QuestionText": "Emission reduction potential ", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy: Solar: Utility Scale" }, { "Alpha2": "MR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct5", "QuestionDefinition": "Emission reduction potential for a given sectoral downstream action ", "QuestionText": "Emission reduction potential ", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy: Wind" } ] ]
"Solar PV, large grid with storage (green hydrogen): Mauritania has just signed an ambitious protocol for the development of renewable energy resources (green hydrogen program) with the American company GWP Global. 17720,8 8860,4 10500 Called "Aman", the project provides for the development of 30 GW of solar and wind energy to power electrolysers in Mauritania. Solar and wind power plants will be installed image image in a desert area of 8500 km虏 in the north of the country. A report examining the potential of blue and green hydrogen (low-carbon hydrogen) is being prepared as part of the PADG Project for the Mauritanian government. This report will assess Mauritania's technical potential for blue/green hydrogen and provide data for a national roadmap on low-carbon hydrogen, which will also cover the potential uses of hydrogen produced in the country at national (industry, mining, heavy transport, agriculture (fertilizers), trawlers) and international (ammonia exports, etc.). On the consensual judgment of the team (focal points and experts) reach the capacity of 5GW solar is possible in 2030.": 2020-2030: 17,720.8 GgCO2, 2030: 8,860.4 GgCO2
MRT
Mauritania
[ 4, 0 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
"Specific risk and vulnerability assessments are key for better planning and implementation of relevant adaptation actions. In addition to the countrywide vulnerability index that was completed recently, Rwanda will conduct risk assessments and initiate vulnerability mapping to develop effective disaster management systems. Risk assessments will be conducted and completed countrywide
[ 0, 2 ]
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "\"Specific risk and vulnerability assessments are key for better planning and implementation of relevant adaptation actions. In addition to the countrywide vulnerability index that was completed recently, Rwanda will conduct risk assessments and initiate vulnerability mapping to develop effective disaster management systems. Risk assessments will be conducted and completed countrywide by 2030. Every five years, Rwanda will be updating the recently developed climate change vulnerability index as to reflect the real situation of vulnerability to Climate change at any given time in the country. In addition, other assessments (such as national communication) with a vulnerability assessment will be conducted periodically.\" (p. 11-12)" ]
[ 0, 2 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999363422 }
[ [ null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "RW", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_tar", "QuestionDefinition": "Measurable targets or indicators", "QuestionText": "Targets", "Sector": "Disaster Risk Management (DRM)", "SubSector": "Disaster Risk Management (DRM): General" }, { "Alpha2": "RW", "OverviewCategory": "Adaptation Commitments", "QuestionCode": "ad_sec_tar", "QuestionDefinition": "Measurable targets or indicators", "QuestionText": "Targets", "Sector": "Cross-Cutting Area", "SubSector": "Climate risk management" } ] ]
"Specific risk and vulnerability assessments are key for better planning and implementation of relevant adaptation actions. In addition to the countrywide vulnerability index that was completed recently, Rwanda will conduct risk assessments and initiate vulnerability mapping to develop effective disaster management systems. Risk assessments will be conducted and completed countrywide by 2030. Every five years, Rwanda will be updating the recently developed climate change vulnerability index as to reflect the real situation of vulnerability to Climate change at any given time in the country. In addition, other assessments (such as national communication) with a vulnerability assessment will be conducted periodically." (p. 11-12)
RWA
Rwanda
[ 2, 0 ]
[ "First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 2 ]
"Suriname has taken a comprehensive approach to the management of its forests through the Forest Management Act (1992), National Forest Policy (2003) and Interim Strategic Action Plan for the Forest Sector (2008) and has been able to maintain its high forest cover and low deforestation rate through stringent management of
[ 2, 0 ]
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "\"Suriname has taken a comprehensive approach to the management of its forests through the Forest Management Act (1992), National Forest Policy (2003) and Interim Strategic Action Plan for the Forest Sector (2008) and has been able to maintain its high forest cover and low deforestation rate through stringent management of forests by adopting and implementing sustainable forest management practices. Enhanced efforts at forest monitoring to address illegal logging as well as the adoption of tools such as Reduced Impact logging (RIL) in the logging sector has helped to maintain a low environmental and carbon footprint.\"" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999314547 }
[ [ null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "SR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Policies", "QuestionCode": "M_SecPol2", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on the existing upstream sectoral policies that the NDC builds on", "QuestionText": "Existing sectoral policies", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "Sustainable Forest Management" }, { "Alpha2": "SR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Policies", "QuestionCode": "M_SecPol2", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on the existing upstream sectoral policies that the NDC builds on", "QuestionText": "Existing sectoral policies", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "REDD+" } ] ]
"Suriname has taken a comprehensive approach to the management of its forests through the Forest Management Act (1992), National Forest Policy (2003) and Interim Strategic Action Plan for the Forest Sector (2008) and has been able to maintain its high forest cover and low deforestation rate through stringent management of forests by adopting and implementing sustainable forest management practices. Enhanced efforts at forest monitoring to address illegal logging as well as the adoption of tools such as Reduced Impact logging (RIL) in the logging sector has helped to maintain a low environmental and carbon footprint."
SUR
Suriname
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 2 ]
"Suriname intends to continue to practice sustainable forestry management in an effort to promote multiple use of its forest resources while at the same time exploring options for the payment of forest climate services that its forest provide. Through this approach, and with adequate financial incentives and support, Suriname intends
[ 1, 1 ]
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "\"Suriname intends to continue to practice sustainable forestry management in an effort to promote multiple use of its forest resources while at the same time exploring options for the payment of forest climate services that its forest provide. Through this approach, and with adequate financial incentives and support, Suriname intends to maintain its high forest cover and low deforestation rate. As part of this approach, Suriname is keen to strengthen forest governance institutions and collaboration with the private sector and other stakeholders and to expand its program of awareness, monitoring and enforcement while also promoting research and a comprehensive forest inventory to provide detailed information on forests.\"" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999353886 }
[ [ null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "SR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on sectoral plans", "QuestionText": "Sectoral plans on", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "Sustainable Forest Management" }, { "Alpha2": "SR", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen10", "QuestionDefinition": "Conditional part of mitigation target for a given sectoral plan", "QuestionText": "Conditional part of mitigation target", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "Sustainable Forest Management" } ] ]
"Suriname intends to continue to practice sustainable forestry management in an effort to promote multiple use of its forest resources while at the same time exploring options for the payment of forest climate services that its forest provide. Through this approach, and with adequate financial incentives and support, Suriname intends to maintain its high forest cover and low deforestation rate. As part of this approach, Suriname is keen to strengthen forest governance institutions and collaboration with the private sector and other stakeholders and to expand its program of awareness, monitoring and enforcement while also promoting research and a comprehensive forest inventory to provide detailed information on forests."
SUR
Suriname
[ 1, 1 ]
[ "First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"Synergy with State entities that allow the fuel used by ships to comply with the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, better known as the MARPOL Convention. From 1 January 2020, the sulphur content limit in fuel used on board ships operating outside the designated emission control
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"Synergy with State entities that allow the fuel used by ships to comply with the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, better known as the MARPOL Convention. From 1 January 2020, the sulphur content limit in fuel used on board ships operating outside the designated emission control areas shall be 0.50 % mass/mass. In this way, the amount of sulphur oxides emanating from ships will be significantly reduced, which should have great benefits for both global health and the environment, especially for populations living near ports and coasts.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.999931097 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "VE", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Transport", "SubSector": "Maritime" } ] ]
"Synergy with State entities that allow the fuel used by ships to comply with the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, better known as the MARPOL Convention. From 1 January 2020, the sulphur content limit in fuel used on board ships operating outside the designated emission control areas shall be 0.50 % mass/mass. In this way, the amount of sulphur oxides emanating from ships will be significantly reduced, which should have great benefits for both global health and the environment, especially for populations living near ports and coasts."
VEN
Venezuela
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"The Government of the DRC undertakes to secure the boundaries of protected areas and, where appropriate, to make any decommissioning for reasons of public utility conditional on the strict application of the legal framework in force24. The Government is also committed to achieving, by 2030, the objective of at least
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"The Government of the DRC undertakes to secure the boundaries of protected areas and, where appropriate, to make any decommissioning for reasons of public utility conditional on the strict application of the legal framework in force24. The Government is also committed to achieving, by 2030, the objective of at least 30% of national areas under protection status, in different modes, as recognized by law (protected areas and their buffer zones, conservation concessions, areas dedicated by local communities to the preservation of forests in simple land use plans defined in a participatory manner, conservation series in forest concessions, areas of restriction of management plans, etc.), according to the recommendations of the 30x30 initiative within the framework of the Coalition for a Great Ambition25, to which the DRC is a party.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999359846 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "CD", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Policies", "QuestionCode": "M_SecPol3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on upstream policies for a given sector", "QuestionText": "Upstream policies on", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "Conservation" } ] ]
"The Government of the DRC undertakes to secure the boundaries of protected areas and, where appropriate, to make any decommissioning for reasons of public utility conditional on the strict application of the legal framework in force24. The Government is also committed to achieving, by 2030, the objective of at least 30% of national areas under protection status, in different modes, as recognized by law (protected areas and their buffer zones, conservation concessions, areas dedicated by local communities to the preservation of forests in simple land use plans defined in a participatory manner, conservation series in forest concessions, areas of restriction of management plans, etc.), according to the recommendations of the 30x30 initiative within the framework of the Coalition for a Great Ambition25, to which the DRC is a party."
COD
Democratic Republic of the Congo
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"The Kingdom is planning to build upon its experience in the CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) project and its world鈥檚 largest carbon capture and utilization plant as part of the National Circular Carbon Economy Program. CCUS Hubs: To advance the uptake of CCUS technologies and scale up its deployment, the
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"The Kingdom is planning to build upon its experience in the CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) project and its world鈥檚 largest carbon capture and utilization plant as part of the National Circular Carbon Economy Program. CCUS Hubs: To advance the uptake of CCUS technologies and scale up its deployment, the Kingdom plans to transform Jubail and Yanbu into global hubs for carbon capture, utilization and storage. The hubs will leverage the concentration of the manufacturing industry, proximity to sinks and transport infrastructures. Jubail and Yanbu are homes to the regional petrochemicals, steel and other heavy industries. Both cities represent the economy of scale opportunity when it comes to reducing, reusing, recycling and removing GHG emissions.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999339581 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "SA", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on sectoral plans", "QuestionText": "Sectoral plans on", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "CCS" } ] ]
"The Kingdom is planning to build upon its experience in the CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) project and its world鈥檚 largest carbon capture and utilization plant as part of the National Circular Carbon Economy Program. CCUS Hubs: To advance the uptake of CCUS technologies and scale up its deployment, the Kingdom plans to transform Jubail and Yanbu into global hubs for carbon capture, utilization and storage. The hubs will leverage the concentration of the manufacturing industry, proximity to sinks and transport infrastructures. Jubail and Yanbu are homes to the regional petrochemicals, steel and other heavy industries. Both cities represent the economy of scale opportunity when it comes to reducing, reusing, recycling and removing GHG emissions."
SAU
Saudi Arabia
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 2 ]
"The Kingdom is taking actions to develop mass transport systems in urban areas such as the development of the metro and bus network in Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam, which will provide significant sustainability, environmental and public health benefits. The Kingdom already started construction of metro in Riyadh and in the
[ 0, 2 ]
[ 2, 0 ]
[ "\"The Kingdom is taking actions to develop mass transport systems in urban areas such as the development of the metro and bus network in Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam, which will provide significant sustainability, environmental and public health benefits. The Kingdom already started construction of metro in Riyadh and in the process of making it operational. The newly built Riyadh metro and bus network will save thousands of car journeys and liters of fuel daily. In addition, Saudi Railway network will be expanded to connect major cities and 8 ports which will result in reductions in traffic and GHG emissions.\"" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999337196 }
[ [ null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "SA", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Transport", "SubSector": "Public Transport" }, { "Alpha2": "SA", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Transport", "SubSector": "Rail" } ] ]
"The Kingdom is taking actions to develop mass transport systems in urban areas such as the development of the metro and bus network in Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam, which will provide significant sustainability, environmental and public health benefits. The Kingdom already started construction of metro in Riyadh and in the process of making it operational. The newly built Riyadh metro and bus network will save thousands of car journeys and liters of fuel daily. In addition, Saudi Railway network will be expanded to connect major cities and 8 ports which will result in reductions in traffic and GHG emissions."
SAU
Saudi Arabia
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"The Merida Mass Transportation System Project was created with the aim of mitigating the environmental impact, in a tourist city, surrounded by the Sierra Nevada of Venezuela, becoming the only city in the world with a mass passenger transport system, with a population of less than 500,000 inhabitants. Apart from
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"The Merida Mass Transportation System Project was created with the aim of mitigating the environmental impact, in a tourist city, surrounded by the Sierra Nevada of Venezuela, becoming the only city in the world with a mass passenger transport system, with a population of less than 500,000 inhabitants. Apart from considering clean technologies, it is intended to organize the conventional public transport system, with the intention that they become feeders of the project, and in this way motivate the use of mass transport, and mitigate vehicular congestion in road corridors.\": \"For the recovery of the electrical infrastructure $ is required 30,000,000 and thus achieve operational units in electric mode\", \"鈧15,000,000 for mechanical, electronic maintenance and parts replacements\", \"$8,000,000 for your mechanical, electrical, and parts replacements\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999289513 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "VE", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct6", "QuestionDefinition": "Estimated total cost of implementation for a given sectoral downstream action (mitigation and adaptation)", "QuestionText": "Estimated total costs for implementation", "Sector": "Transport", "SubSector": "Public Transport" } ] ]
"The Merida Mass Transportation System Project was created with the aim of mitigating the environmental impact, in a tourist city, surrounded by the Sierra Nevada of Venezuela, becoming the only city in the world with a mass passenger transport system, with a population of less than 500,000 inhabitants. Apart from considering clean technologies, it is intended to organize the conventional public transport system, with the intention that they become feeders of the project, and in this way motivate the use of mass transport, and mitigate vehicular congestion in road corridors.": "For the recovery of the electrical infrastructure $ is required 30,000,000 and thus achieve operational units in electric mode", "鈧15,000,000 for mechanical, electronic maintenance and parts replacements", "$8,000,000 for your mechanical, electrical, and parts replacements"
VEN
Venezuela
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"The National REDD+ Strategy sets a target to achieve net-zero deforestation by the year 2045. This goal underlies the conditional target of net emission reductions of 50% by 2030 and net zero emissions from forestry and other land use (FOLU) by 2040. To achieve this goal, the following major priority
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"The National REDD+ Strategy sets a target to achieve net-zero deforestation by the year 2045. This goal underlies the conditional target of net emission reductions of 50% by 2030 and net zero emissions from forestry and other land use (FOLU) by 2040. To achieve this goal, the following major priority actions are envisioned: 鈼 Address drivers of deforestation both inside and outside of the Permanent Forest Estate (PFE), particularly: agricultural expansion on Virgin, Fallow and Vacant land, and transformation of forest land to agro-business plantations (rubber, oil palm, betel nut, bananas, others). This will require collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation (MOALI), since much forested land is currently under MOALI鈥焥 jurisdiction and the largest deforestation threat is the expansion of agricultural concessions.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999347925 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "MM", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "REDD+" } ] ]
"The National REDD+ Strategy sets a target to achieve net-zero deforestation by the year 2045. This goal underlies the conditional target of net emission reductions of 50% by 2030 and net zero emissions from forestry and other land use (FOLU) by 2040. To achieve this goal, the following major priority actions are envisioned: 鈼 Address drivers of deforestation both inside and outside of the Permanent Forest Estate (PFE), particularly: agricultural expansion on Virgin, Fallow and Vacant land, and transformation of forest land to agro-business plantations (rubber, oil palm, betel nut, bananas, others). This will require collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation (MOALI), since much forested land is currently under MOALI鈥焥 jurisdiction and the largest deforestation threat is the expansion of agricultural concessions."
MMR
Myanmar
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"The National REDD+ Strategy sets a target to achieve net-zero deforestation by the year 2045. This goal underlies the conditional target of net emission reductions of 50% by 2030 and net zero emissions from forestry and other land use (FOLU) by 2040. To achieve this goal, the following major priority
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"The National REDD+ Strategy sets a target to achieve net-zero deforestation by the year 2045. This goal underlies the conditional target of net emission reductions of 50% by 2030 and net zero emissions from forestry and other land use (FOLU) by 2040. To achieve this goal, the following major priority actions are envisioned: 鈼 Increase collaboration with ethnic regions and states, local and ethnic organizations to promote forest conservation work within and outside of the PFE. 鈼 Prioritize the conservation of important forest areas, such as intact forests (Northern and Southern Forest complex), mangroves, and unique habitat. This refers, e.g., to areas with dry and mixed deciduous forests in central and north-western Myanmar (Chindwin basin area), and especially to mangrove forests, one of the most threatened forest types and likely the forests with the highest per area unit carbon storage potential.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999347925 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "MM", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "Conservation" } ] ]
"The National REDD+ Strategy sets a target to achieve net-zero deforestation by the year 2045. This goal underlies the conditional target of net emission reductions of 50% by 2030 and net zero emissions from forestry and other land use (FOLU) by 2040. To achieve this goal, the following major priority actions are envisioned: 鈼 Increase collaboration with ethnic regions and states, local and ethnic organizations to promote forest conservation work within and outside of the PFE. 鈼 Prioritize the conservation of important forest areas, such as intact forests (Northern and Southern Forest complex), mangroves, and unique habitat. This refers, e.g., to areas with dry and mixed deciduous forests in central and north-western Myanmar (Chindwin basin area), and especially to mangrove forests, one of the most threatened forest types and likely the forests with the highest per area unit carbon storage potential."
MMR
Myanmar
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"The Nigerian Government is committed to accompany the NDC with just transition policies and engaged in social dialogue, to maximise employment and economic growth while protecting potentially negatively impacted populations. It will support skills development for renewable energies, and high productive agriculture and forestry and agro-processing while ensuring social protection
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"The Nigerian Government is committed to accompany the NDC with just transition policies and engaged in social dialogue, to maximise employment and economic growth while protecting potentially negatively impacted populations. It will support skills development for renewable energies, and high productive agriculture and forestry and agro-processing while ensuring social protection for the most vulnerable. In the implementation of the NDC, particular attention is given to the agricultural, forestry and fisheries sector to unlock its significant job creation, poverty and emission reduction potential. Integrating rights to decent work and environment justice is at the core of the interest of workers, both the government and unions believes that this can best be achieved when the process is inclusive and democratic. Skills development and retraining for enhancing job creation and provisions for a just transition will need to be integrated into the policies of line ministries.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999316931 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "NG", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on sectoral plans", "QuestionText": "Sectoral plans on", "Sector": "Economy-wide", "SubSector": "Economy-wide: General" } ] ]
"The Nigerian Government is committed to accompany the NDC with just transition policies and engaged in social dialogue, to maximise employment and economic growth while protecting potentially negatively impacted populations. It will support skills development for renewable energies, and high productive agriculture and forestry and agro-processing while ensuring social protection for the most vulnerable. In the implementation of the NDC, particular attention is given to the agricultural, forestry and fisheries sector to unlock its significant job creation, poverty and emission reduction potential. Integrating rights to decent work and environment justice is at the core of the interest of workers, both the government and unions believes that this can best be achieved when the process is inclusive and democratic. Skills development and retraining for enhancing job creation and provisions for a just transition will need to be integrated into the policies of line ministries."
NGA
Nigeria
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"The Sustainable Hydropower Development Policy (SHDP) 2021 enhances the previous hydropower policy by integrating climate resilience and mitigation among other updates. As current run-of-river hydropower schemes in Bhutan have become increasingly vulnerable to decreasing water flows in the dry season the SHDP emphasises adaptation measures such as reservoir/pumped storage schemes.
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"The Sustainable Hydropower Development Policy (SHDP) 2021 enhances the previous hydropower policy by integrating climate resilience and mitigation among other updates. As current run-of-river hydropower schemes in Bhutan have become increasingly vulnerable to decreasing water flows in the dry season the SHDP emphasises adaptation measures such as reservoir/pumped storage schemes. In addition, the new policy mandates hydropower value chain through ventures in energy storage technologies such as hydrogen fuel, green ammonia, and other emerging technologies. These energy storage and diversification measures for adaptation also contribute directly to Bhutan鈥檚 carbon neutral efforts by providing clean energy for zero carbon transport and mobility.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999312162 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "BT", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Policies", "QuestionCode": "M_SecPol3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on upstream policies for a given sector", "QuestionText": "Upstream policies on", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Renewable Energy: Hydro" } ] ]
"The Sustainable Hydropower Development Policy (SHDP) 2021 enhances the previous hydropower policy by integrating climate resilience and mitigation among other updates. As current run-of-river hydropower schemes in Bhutan have become increasingly vulnerable to decreasing water flows in the dry season the SHDP emphasises adaptation measures such as reservoir/pumped storage schemes. In addition, the new policy mandates hydropower value chain through ventures in energy storage technologies such as hydrogen fuel, green ammonia, and other emerging technologies. These energy storage and diversification measures for adaptation also contribute directly to Bhutan鈥檚 carbon neutral efforts by providing clean energy for zero carbon transport and mobility."
BTN
Bhutan
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Second NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"The cumulative reductions in net GHG emissions in the forestry and other land-use sector between 2021 and 2030 compared to the baseline scenario are estimated at 40.64 Mt E-CO2 of which 37.7% is an unconditional contribution and 62.3% is a conditional contribution. The cumulative avoided emissions over the period 2021
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"The cumulative reductions in net GHG emissions in the forestry and other land-use sector between 2021 and 2030 compared to the baseline scenario are estimated at 40.64 Mt E-CO2 of which 37.7% is an unconditional contribution and 62.3% is a conditional contribution. The cumulative avoided emissions over the period 2021 鈥 2030 are distributed as follows by measure: Reduction of deforestation by 25,000 ha/year and creation of 150,000 ha of forest plantations 24.53 Mt E-CO2, or 60.3%.. Development of agroforestry (110,000 ha of new oil palm and cashew plantations and rehabilitation of 100,000 ha of old cashew plantations) 16.11 Mt E-CO2, or 39.7%. The implementation of these measures will also result in an increase in the net CO2 absorption capacity of forest resources by almost 3 times by 2030 compared to the reference scenario (-3.23 Mt to -9.68 Mt).\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999232292 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "BJ", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Targets", "QuestionCode": "M_SecTar1", "QuestionDefinition": "Targets at the sectoral level", "QuestionText": "Sectoral targets on", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "LULUCF/Forestry: General" } ] ]
"The cumulative reductions in net GHG emissions in the forestry and other land-use sector between 2021 and 2030 compared to the baseline scenario are estimated at 40.64 Mt E-CO2 of which 37.7% is an unconditional contribution and 62.3% is a conditional contribution. The cumulative avoided emissions over the period 2021 鈥 2030 are distributed as follows by measure: Reduction of deforestation by 25,000 ha/year and creation of 150,000 ha of forest plantations 24.53 Mt E-CO2, or 60.3%.. Development of agroforestry (110,000 ha of new oil palm and cashew plantations and rehabilitation of 100,000 ha of old cashew plantations) 16.11 Mt E-CO2, or 39.7%. The implementation of these measures will also result in an increase in the net CO2 absorption capacity of forest resources by almost 3 times by 2030 compared to the reference scenario (-3.23 Mt to -9.68 Mt)."
BEN
Benin
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"The district heating development in the town of Pljevlja will follow after Pljevlja TPP ecorefurbishment, while during the refurbishment all the heating system connection-related preparatory works are to be completed. The main objective of this project is to supply the town of Pljevlja with heat energy via a modern centralized
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "\"The district heating development in the town of Pljevlja will follow after Pljevlja TPP ecorefurbishment, while during the refurbishment all the heating system connection-related preparatory works are to be completed. The main objective of this project is to supply the town of Pljevlja with heat energy via a modern centralized heat supply system from a central heat source that will close down households鈥 coal furnaces. It is assumed that this project will eliminate lignite as a fuel used for heating purposes in Pljevlja at the latest by 2030. The\nphasing out of lignite used in Pljevlja municipality鈥檚 residential sector will result in a GHG emission reduction that follows the dynamics of the lignite decrease throughout the observed period.\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999345541 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "ME", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Actions", "QuestionCode": "M_SecAct2", "QuestionDefinition": "Sectoral downstream actions to be undertaken as part of the NDC contribution", "QuestionText": "Downstream actions", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Clean Cooking and Heating" } ] ]
"The district heating development in the town of Pljevlja will follow after Pljevlja TPP ecorefurbishment, while during the refurbishment all the heating system connection-related preparatory works are to be completed. The main objective of this project is to supply the town of Pljevlja with heat energy via a modern centralized heat supply system from a central heat source that will close down households鈥 coal furnaces. It is assumed that this project will eliminate lignite as a fuel used for heating purposes in Pljevlja at the latest by 2030. The phasing out of lignite used in Pljevlja municipality鈥檚 residential sector will result in a GHG emission reduction that follows the dynamics of the lignite decrease throughout the observed period."
MNE
Montenegro
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"The emission reduction contributions (Table 13) to Myanmar鈥焥 NDCs from each program will be as follows: 鈼 DZGD Program: 0.493 MtCO2e (10%) will contribute to Myanmar鈥焥 NDC targets, while the remaining (90%) emissions will be transferred to CCC, Korea under carbon trading (Article 6). 鈼 DoA Program: 2.246 MtCO2e (20%)
[ 0, 1 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"The emission reduction contributions (Table 13) to Myanmar鈥焥 NDCs from each program will be as follows: 鈼 DZGD Program: 0.493 MtCO2e (10%) will contribute to Myanmar鈥焥 NDC targets, while the remaining (90%) emissions will be transferred to CCC, Korea under carbon trading (Article 6). 鈼 DoA Program: 2.246 MtCO2e (20%) will contribute to Myanmar鈥焥 NDC targets, while the remaining (80%) emissions reductions will be transferred to CCC, Korea under a carbon trading agreement. An initial estimate of total emissions reductions, achievable from the two programs based on a leakage factor of 5% and an emissions reductions/stove/year of 1.3 tCO2e gives a total emission reduction of around 12.99 MtCO2e\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999308586 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "MM", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Targets", "QuestionCode": "M_SecTar1", "QuestionDefinition": "Targets at the sectoral level", "QuestionText": "Sectoral targets on", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Clean Cooking and Heating: Efficient Cookstoves" } ] ]
"The emission reduction contributions (Table 13) to Myanmar鈥焥 NDCs from each program will be as follows: 鈼 DZGD Program: 0.493 MtCO2e (10%) will contribute to Myanmar鈥焥 NDC targets, while the remaining (90%) emissions will be transferred to CCC, Korea under carbon trading (Article 6). 鈼 DoA Program: 2.246 MtCO2e (20%) will contribute to Myanmar鈥焥 NDC targets, while the remaining (80%) emissions reductions will be transferred to CCC, Korea under a carbon trading agreement. An initial estimate of total emissions reductions, achievable from the two programs based on a leakage factor of 5% and an emissions reductions/stove/year of 1.3 tCO2e gives a total emission reduction of around 12.99 MtCO2e"
MMR
Myanmar
[ 1, 0 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 1 ]
"The foundation for achieving the NDC is linked to the transformation of the energy sector, the success of which depends on support provided to the Government of Ukraine on: - implementation of the National plan on reduction of emissions from large combustion plants - construction of up to 2 GW
[ 1, 0 ]
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "\"The foundation for achieving the NDC is linked to the transformation of the energy sector, the success of which depends on support provided to the Government of Ukraine on: - implementation of the National plan on reduction of emissions from large combustion plants - construction of up to 2 GW of peak and semi-peak shunting heat generation and 0.5 GW of frequency control support systems - generation of nuclear energy in the amount of not less than 50% of the primary energy supply, taking into account the need to build new power units\"" ]
[ 1, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999352694 }
[ [ null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "UA", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Plans", "QuestionCode": "M_SecGen3", "QuestionDefinition": "Information on sectoral plans", "QuestionText": "Sectoral plans on", "Sector": "Energy", "SubSector": "Supply-side Efficiency" } ] ]
"The foundation for achieving the NDC is linked to the transformation of the energy sector, the success of which depends on support provided to the Government of Ukraine on: - implementation of the National plan on reduction of emissions from large combustion plants - construction of up to 2 GW of peak and semi-peak shunting heat generation and 0.5 GW of frequency control support systems - generation of nuclear energy in the amount of not less than 50% of the primary energy supply, taking into account the need to build new power units"
UKR
Ukraine
[ 0, 1 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]
[ 0, 2 ]
"The net emissions of the AFAT sector are in the form of negative balances, in both the BaU and BaC scenarios, which means that removals are always higher than emissions over the entire trajectory, and therefore more than and in full offset the emissions. The Low Carbon (BaC) scenario, however,
[ 0, 2 ]
[ 0, 2 ]
[ "\"The net emissions of the AFAT sector are in the form of negative balances, in both the BaU and BaC scenarios, which means that removals are always higher than emissions over the entire trajectory, and therefore more than and in full offset the emissions. The Low Carbon (BaC) scenario, however, has a net balance of 58% better than that of the BaU scenario. The additional net absorptions achieved through the BaC scenario compared to the net Absorption Level BaU would be of the order of 2.5 MteCO2 by the year 2030. In cumulative terms over the period 2021-2030, they would total 9 MteCO2, of which 35% would result from emission reduction measures, and 65% would result from carbon absorption measures. These results would be achieved in equal parts (50%-50%) on the basis of unconditional national efforts, and international support.\"" ]
[ 2, 0 ]
{ "label": "en-US", "score": 0.9999226332 }
[ [ null, null ] ]
[ [ { "Alpha2": "TN", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Targets", "QuestionCode": "M_SecTar1", "QuestionDefinition": "Targets at the sectoral level", "QuestionText": "Sectoral targets on", "Sector": "LULUCF/Forestry", "SubSector": "LULUCF/Forestry: General" }, { "Alpha2": "TN", "OverviewCategory": "Sectoral Mitigation Targets", "QuestionCode": "M_SecTar1", "QuestionDefinition": "Targets at the sectoral level", "QuestionText": "Sectoral targets on", "Sector": "Agriculture", "SubSector": "Agriculture: General" } ] ]
"The net emissions of the AFAT sector are in the form of negative balances, in both the BaU and BaC scenarios, which means that removals are always higher than emissions over the entire trajectory, and therefore more than and in full offset the emissions. The Low Carbon (BaC) scenario, however, has a net balance of 58% better than that of the BaU scenario. The additional net absorptions achieved through the BaC scenario compared to the net Absorption Level BaU would be of the order of 2.5 MteCO2 by the year 2030. In cumulative terms over the period 2021-2030, they would total 9 MteCO2, of which 35% would result from emission reduction measures, and 65% would result from carbon absorption measures. These results would be achieved in equal parts (50%-50%) on the basis of unconditional national efforts, and international support."
TUN
Tunisia
[ 2, 0 ]
[ "Revised First NDC" ]
[ "CW" ]

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