Member Since Dec 2016
Pakistan submitted its first NDC in November 2016 which commits to reduce up to 20 percent of its 2030 projected greenhouse gas emissions, subject to the availability of international support. The country's NDC focuses on four priority areas: energy, agriculture, forestry and other land use, and industrial processes and waste. With support from GIZ, Pakistan developed its Roadmap for NDC Implementation, which outlines mitigation options for each of the key sectors. It also identifies challenges to climate action implementation and highlights interventions at the policy level. Based on the roadmap and extensive stakeholder consultations, Pakistan developed a Partnership Plan focusing on priority projects for the country. Partners have indicated support for the Plan in the four priority areas.
Ministry of Climate Change and Ministry of Planning, Development and Reform
Participating in Country Engagement
Current Stage of Country Engagement
Stage 3: Design of the Partnership Plan
This facilitator role is funded through GIZ NDC Assist
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NDC Partnership Pavilion, COP25
Launch of Climate Actions by the Ministry of Climate Change, Government of Pakistan ...
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