Botswana

The National Development Plan 11 (2017-2023)

Executive
Plan
Passed in 2017
Botswana's NDPs are grand scheme policy frameworks, which define the country's medium-term development goals and strategies. The current plan started in April 2017 and runs until March 2023. The 11th NDP is the second of its kind to incorporate a results-based approach. Contrary to the 10th plan, the current document, the current plan does refer to climate change as a more explicit issue, and formulates two priorities: sustainable human settlements, and financing of sustainable environment progmrammes. In the transport sector, the plan details its capacity with regard to biodiesel. The plan lists several climate change relevant initiatives and programmes in the forestry and energy sectors, including: the Community-Based Natural Resource Management Programme and the Renewable Energy-Based Rural Electrification Programme.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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