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National Sustainable Development Strategy (NSDS) of Guinea

legislation type Executive
Strategy
Passed in 2019
This document sets out Guinea's development strategy. Axis five of the strategy is focused on the energy transition but it also contains a number of other climate related goals:

Objective 1.6 To develop sustainable finance
This includes a section on developing climate finance mechanisms

Objective 2.3 To make quality water available for all and promote its sustainable use
This includes a section on ensuring the water supply is adapted to the effects of climate change

Objective 3.6 To improve the resilience of the agricultural sector to climate change
By 2040 70% of farmers will have put in place adaptation actions

Objective 4.4 To combat the degradation of natural resources and restore degraded forests and vegetation cover
By 2040, 40% of the territory should be forested

Objective 5.1 To reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote energy efficiency and domestic sustainable energy
By 2040, 70% of rural households use improved cook stoves

Objective 5.2 Promote renewable energy
By 2040 the level of renewable energy in the energy mix will pass between 22% and 44%

 Objective 5.3 Promote the electrification of rural areas and combat energy poverty 

Documents

  • By 2040 70% of farmers will have put in place adaptation actions
    Agriculture
  • By 2040, 40% of the territory should be forested
    LULUCF
  • By 2040, 70% of rural households use improved cook stoves
    Residential and Commercial
  • By 2040 the level of renewable energy in the energy mix will pass between 22% and 44%
    Energy
  • Objective 1.2: To consolidate the role of local authorities in the sustainable development of their territory By 2040, 100% of the RCs have human resources capable of planning and to ensure the planning and implementation of sustainable development actions.
    Public Sector | Target year: 2040
  • Objective 1.4: Reform private and informal sector governance and informal sectors to support green economic growth growth By 2040, the GDP growth rate is above 10% and the share of processed products in exports processed products in exports increases from 7.5% to 20%.
    Economy-wide | Target year: 2040
  • Objective 3.1: To develop and manage agropastoral and fisheries domains in a sustainable manner By 2040, the level of developed areas is increased to 25% of the developable potential
    Agriculture | Target year: 2040
  • Objective 3.2: To strengthen agro-ecological practices and organic agriculture By 2040, more than 30% of agricultural and pastoral production is labeled "Organic
    Agriculture | Target year: 2040
  • Objective 3.5: Improve knowledge of agro-ecology and sustainable soil management By 2040, 80% of technicians have been trained in agroecological innovations
    Agriculture | Target year: 2040
  • Objective 3.6: To improve the resilience of the agricultural sector to climate change impacts By 2040, 70% of producers have implemented actions to adapt to climate change
    Agriculture | Target year: 2040
  • Objective 4.1: Improve governance in the environment environmental sector By 2040, 100% of RCs integrate environmental aspects into their LDPs and ILPs
    Public Sector | Target year: 2040
  • Objective 5.1: Reduce the country's greenhouse gas emissions emissions by promoting energy efficiency and sustainable household energy By 2040, 70% of rural households use improved cookstoves
    Energy | Target year: 2040
  • Objective 5.2: Promote renewable energy By 2040, the percentage of renewable energy in the energy mix increases from 22% to over 44% (RISE indicator). from 22% to over 44% (RISE indicator)
    Energy | Target year: 2040
  • Objective 5.3: Promote the electrification of rural areas and fight against energy insecurity By 2040, the rate of access to electricity increases from 24.7% in 2015 to 100%.
    Energy | Target year: 2040
  • Objective 6.4: Ensure regional integration in the area of development By 2040, the value of trade with neighboring countries increases from 3% to 30%.
    Economy-wide | Target year: 2040
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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