Law 1-12: National Development Strategy 2030
The National Development Strategy was signed into law in January 2012. It contains a central theme that mandates national adaptation to climate change. The Law establishes a binding commitment to achieve a reduction in GHG emissions of 25% by 2030, compared to 2010 levels, and mandates a review of targets to reduce emissions every five years until 2030. Additionally, mandates that GDP increase by 140% over the period 2010-2030.
Raise effective use of distributed water in irrigation to 45% of distributed volume by 2030
Reach 3.4 metric tonnes per capita of CO2 by 2015, 3.2 metric tonnes by 2020, 3 metric tonnes by 2025 and 2.8 metric tonnes by 2030
Deforestation rates per year are reversed to -0.2% (recovery) by 2030 against a 2005 baseline