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National Action Plan Addressing Climate Change 2007

legislation type Executive
Passed in 2007
The National Action Plan to address climate change is to be used as guindance to various institutions in carrying out a coordinated and integrated effort to tackle climate change. This guidance will show to relevant parties how to implement actions in managing the production and consumption sectors as well as socio-ecological change.
One of the main goal of the plan is to adjust public policy and the legal instruments, particularly in mitigation and adaptation of development priority sectors, including energy consumers (power plant, industry, transport), trade, forestry, agriculture, fisheries, mining and infrastructure.

The plan aims to be evaluated and improved periodically by various stakeholders. 


from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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