Dominica

Dominica Climate Resilience and Recovery Plan 2020-2030

Executive
Plan
Policy
Passed in 2020
The Dominica Climate Resilience Recovery Plan (CRRP) was created under the terms of the Climate resilience Act, 2018 and gives full effect to the National Resilience Development Strategy developed in 2018. The CRRP creates targets, defines initiatives and outlines resources required to implement resilience measures.

The Plan also confirms Dominica's commitment to becoming 'carbon neutral' by 2030, The description of this target in Annex 2 notes that carbon neutrality will be "achieved through 100% domestic renewable energy production, and increase of protected forest areas to 67% of Dominica’s land mass." Annex 2 also provides details on a number of other ambitious targets concerning community and economic resilience, sustainable infrastructure, and the protection of natural assets among other matters.

Documents
  • 0 fatalities from extreme weather events
    Disaster Risk Management (Drm) | Not applicable | Target year: 2030 | Base year:
  • Become carbon neutral through 100% domestic renewable energy production and an increase of protected forest areas to 67% of Dominica's land mass
    Economy-wide | Fixed level target | Target year: 2030 | Base year:
  • 90% of housing stock built or retrofitted to resilient building codes
    Buildings | Not applicable | Target year: 2030 | Base year:
  • 100% resettlement of individuals living in physically vulnerable locations


    Adaptation | Not applicable | Target year: 2030 | Base year:
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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