National Climate Change Response Strategy
The National Climate Change Response Strategy is Uruguay's attempt to frame mitigation and adpatation policies. It details which sectors are responsible for the national GHG emissions (energy, land use change and agriculture), lists the country's particular vulnerabilities (costal erosion, uncertainty in annual crop yields, forest fires, etc.), establishes sectoral priorities and objectives. It further discusses the sectoral and transversal management of the efforts.
300 MW of wind power by 2015
At least 15% share for renewables by 2015
200 MW of biomass by 2015
At least 50 MW of small hydro by 2015
30% of agroindustrial waste at least to produce energy by 2015 against a 2010 baseline