Benin

Climate targets: LULUCF

    • Increase the cumulative cumulative sequestration capacity in the LULUCF sector by 8.1 MtCO2e compared to the status quo through creatation of forest plantations over the period from 2021 to 2030
      LULUCF | Target year: 2030
    • Increase the cumulative cumulative sequestration capacity in the LULUCF sector by 23.9 MtCO2e compared to the status quo through limitation of deforestation over the period from 2021 to 2030
      LULUCF | Target year: 2030
    • Increase the cumulative cumulative sequestration capacity in the LULUCF sector by up to 32 MtCO2e compared to the status quo over the period from 2021 to 2030
      LULUCF | Target year: 2030
    • Sustainable management of forests and land through restoration of land and forest plantations on 3000 ha
      LULUCF
    • Implementation of a reforestation plan with the objective of creating 15,000 ha of forest plantation per year.
      LULUCF
    • Implementation, maintenance and silvicultural monitoring of 800 ha of private, communal plantations
      LULUCF
    • Realization of 300 green spaces in cities
      LULUCF
    • Achievement, maintenance and silvicultural monitoring of 20 000 ha of plantations and / or enrichment in classified forests and reforestation perimeters
      LULUCF
    • Achievement, maintenance and silvicultural monitoring of 700,000 linear meters of alignment plantations in urban and peri-urban areas
      LULUCF
    • Establishment of 2000 ha of plantations to provide biomass
      LULUCF
    • Sustainable management of agro forestry and pastoral resources (2000 ha of improved fallow and agroforestry, 4000 ha of participatory sylvo-pastoral plantations in classified forests)
      LULUCF
    • Protection and conservation of natural forests and existing plantations to reduce and maintain the rate of deforestation to 35,000 ha / year instead of 60,000 ha / year currently.
      LULUCF
For further analysis of the NDC, see Benin country profile on
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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