National Climate Change Action Plan
In drafting the NCCAP, the multi-sectoral processes conducted ensured that the concerns of various sectors are heard and considered. Public financing will prioritise adaptation to reduce vulnerability and risks of communities particularly the marginalised poor. At the same time, this plan will provide a policy environment that will encourage the participation of the private sector to optimize mitigation opportunities towards sustainable development.
It is a comprehensive plan that provides key actions that:
- enhances adaptive capacity and resilience of communities and natural ecosystems to climate change
- adopts the total economic valuation of natural resources while ensuring biodiversity conservation
- recognises the competitive advantage of putting value on the direct use, indirect use, option to use and non-use of environment and natural resources, as a short to long-term sustainable development goal.
4,434 MW installed hydropower capacity in 2015, then 7,534MW by 2030
11.75 MW installed solar capacity by 2015, then 85 MW by 2030
93.9 MW installed solar capacity by 2030
1,018 MW installed wind capacity by 2030
Double geothermal capacity from 1972MW to 3447 MW by 2030 against a 2010 baseline
10% energy savings by 2020, 2030 compared with a 2020, 2030 scenario