Mali

National Policy on Climate Change

Executive
Policy
Adaptation Framework
Mitigation Framework
Passed in 2011
The National Policy on Climate Change serves as a reference framework for the various interventions in the areas of climate change in Mali. The vision of the National Policy on Climate Change in Mali is to define by 2025 a framework for sustainable socio-economic development that integrates the challenges of climate change in all sectors of its development in order to improve the well-being of the populations. 

The document is organised around the following eight political and institutional objectives: 1) the establishment of an anticipatory and better organized governance of climate change, 2) promoting climate change integration in sectoral policies and strategies and in national and territorial development planning, 3) strengthening adaptation actions to climate change impacts, 4) prevention and management of risks and natural disasters, 5) Promoting actions to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions, 6) srengthening research for development, extension and technology transfer, and the generation of appropriate information and data, 7) Information, public awareness, training and strengthening of climate change capabilities, and 8) promotion and strengthening of international and sub-regional cooperation. The policy further defines sectorial goals, an institutional framework and a financing strategy.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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