Israel National Plan for the Implementation of the Paris Agreement

Passed in 2016
This document outlines Israel's plan for implementation of the Paris Agreement, signed by Israel in April 2016, in relation to the following central subjects: i) Reduction of GHG emissions, the country set a national target of reducing GHG emissions to 8.8 tons CO2 equivalent per capita by 2025 and 7.7 tons CO2e per capita by 2030; ii) Monitoring and Control; iii) International Financing; iv) Accompanying the International Negotiations; v) Training Program. The main focus of the Plan is mitigation.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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