Member Since Aug 2018
Adopting a ten-year implementation period (2021 – 2030), Armenia’s updated NDC has a 2030 mitigation target of 40 percent reduction below 1990 emissions level. It also maintains the country’s 2050 mitigation goal of reducing GHG emissions to at most 2.07 tCO2eq/capita, as will be reflected in its Long Term – Low Emission Development Strategy. The NDC revision was supported by the NDC Partnership’s Climate Action Enhancement Package, through UNDP EU4Climate, Carbon Limits, and the Support Unit. The NDC Partnership Plan was launched in April 2021. Armenia is also developing an NDC Implementation Plan through UNDP EU4Climate. Armenia receives support from the Economic Advisory Initiative with funding from the UK Government for the first phase and ADB for the second phase.
Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Economy
Participating in Country Engagement
Current Stage of Country Engagement
Stage 4: Partnership Plan Implementation
The facilitator role is funded by UNDP.
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Pavilion #126 / Organized by The Government of Armenia
(14:00 - 15:00 EET) Climate Change Implications for Water Sector in Armenia
The proper management of water resources under climate change impact plays an important role in the social and economic development of Armenia. Around 88% of total freshwater use is accounted for agricultural activities, the largest portions of which are irrigation (57%). The remaining 39% is used f...
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