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National Climate Change Plan 2015-2018

legislation type Executive
Passed in 2015
The National Climate Change Plan is designed to make the mainstreaming of Climate Change effective in planning the initiatives carried out in the country. 

The Plan integrates actions aimed at 1) capacity building, 2) mitigation and 3) adaptation to climate change, focusing action measures from a sectoral perspective (energy, agriculture, water, ecosystems, capacity building, risk management).

The sectoral approach involves identifying and grouping the measures and actions in the field of mitigation, adaptation and strengthening of conditions, based on the prioritization of key sectors. The timing of the National Plan is in line with the action guidelines of the National Strategy on Climate Change that runs until 2025.
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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