Morocco

Climate targets: Agriculture

    • Reach a 95 % rate of traded species managed sustainably by 2020
      Agriculture | Target year: 2020
    • Development of two hatcheries dedicated to restock five endangered coastal species by 2030
      Agriculture | Target year: 2030
    • Hydro-agricultural infrastructure around dams over 160,000 hectares by 2020
      Agriculture | Target year: 2020
    • Restoring 50 % of damaged marine habitats by 2030
      Agriculture | Target year: 2030
    • Increasing by 50 % the volume of sea products utilized and marketed by 2030
      Agriculture | Target year: 2030
    • Establishment of marine protected areas representing 10 % of the Exclusive Economic Zone by 2030
      Agriculture | Target year: 2030
    • Switching from current irrigation systems to localized irrigation systems over an area of 550,000 hectares by 2020
      Agriculture | Target year: 2020
    • Irrigate 15,000 hectares by desalinating water from the Chtouka Ait Baha plain by 2020
      Agriculture | Target year: 2020
    • Develope the public-private partnerships to delegate irrigation for the coastal Azemmour-Bir Jdid area, over 3,200 hectares by 2020
      Agriculture | Target year: 2020
    • Extension of irrigation to new agricultural areas by over 260,000 hectares by 2030
      Agriculture | Target year: 2030
    • Reduction of discharges by 90 % compared to current levels by 2020
      Agriculture | Target year: 2020
    • Establishment of a coastal observation network, equipped with four oceanographic and meteorological buoys, and expansion of the environmental and sanitary surveillance and warning system along the coastline to 40 observation zones by 2020
      Agriculture | Target year: 2020
    • Reduction by 50 % of the quantity of fish meal created from fresh fish by 2020
      Agriculture | Target year: 2020
For further analysis of the NDC, see Morocco country profile on
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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