National Action Plan on Implementation of the Kyoto Protocol, adopted through Resolution 346-p of the Cabinet of Ministers

Plan; Resolution
Mitigation Framework
Passed in 2005
The National Action Plan on the Implementation of the Kyoto Protocol is directed at addressing the following tasks to:
 - Improve the national GHG emission and absorption assessment system
 - Prepare and submit in a timely fashion to UNFCCC Secretariat of GHG emission and absorption reports
 - Create favourable conditions to implement the flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol
 - Create a national GHG emission and absorption reporting system
 - Develop regulatory and legislative documents for GHG emission and absorption quantity regulation
 - Establish a GHG emission units forecast for the period to 2012
 - Maintain databases for joint execution of projects
 - Prepare and publish national reports on climate change issues
 - Develop National plans on adaptation and climate change impact mitigation
 - Guarantee participation in UNFCCC Conferences of the Parties
 - Evaluate GHG emission reduction potential to 2020, strategic forecast and the assessment of climate change impact on various economy sectors, on the population and ecosystems
 - Create a data bank on ecologically safe technologies that allow reducing emission volumes and increasing GHG absorption volumes
 - Implement measures on training and qualification improvement within the scope of UNFCCC and the Kyoto Protocol, for state employees, preparing personnel, and informing the public on climate change issues
 The Resolution was amended by the Cabinet in 2009 to present a revised time frame for the implementation of the National Plan for the Implementation of the Kyoto Protocol.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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