- Solomon Islands
The annually published Global Climate Risk Index analyses to what extent countries have been affected by the impacts of weather-related loss events (storms, floods, heat waves etc.).Published by German Watch https://www.germanwatch.org/en/cri
This document has been identified in the country's updated NDC, however no further documentation is available.
This document sets the Solomon Islands' strategy and implementation actions for biodiversity conservation. It aims at ensuring that the national biodiversity is able to cope with climate change effects. It further seeks to improve forests protection.
Multiple references to climate change (adaptation as well as mitigation), REDD+ projects and renewable energy.
Climate change is included in the ‘guiding principles' and mainstreaming is one of the ‘key priorities'.
This document sets the Solomon Islands' Climate Change Policy for the period 2012-2017. Its seeks to enhance mitigation and adaptation efforts, improve related governance, integrate climate issues to development policies, enhance the people's resilience to climate change, and promote renewable energy and energy efficiency. The document further addresses disaster risk manag...
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- With appropriate international assistance, Solomon Islands can achieve net zero emissions by 2050. commit to reduce its emissions by 14% by 2025 below 2015 and by 33% below 2015 by 2030 compared to a business-as-usual projection. with international assistance: further 27% reduction in GHG emissions by 2025, and further 45% reduction in GHG emissions by 2030, compared to BaU projection. From 2016 iNDC: 12% (unconditional) to 27% (conditional) reduction by 2025, 30% (unconditional) to 45% (conditional) reduction by 2030, and more than 50% (conditional) reduction by 2050 in GHG emissions compared to the BAU projectionEconomy-wide | Target year: 2050
- 10.7% increase in energy efficiency and conservation by 2019 against a 2013 baselineEnergy: Energy Efficiency | Target year: 2019Source: Solomon Islands National Energy Policy 2014
- 79% power generation from renewables by 2030Energy: Renewable Energy | Target year: 2030Source: Solomon Islands National Energy Policy 2014