ENVIRONMENT & CLIMATE CHANGE
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Nationally Determined Contribution 2020
PNG’s Enhanced Nationally Determined Contributions provides information on PNG’s key commitments to both mitigate and address the impacts of climate change. It features sections on AFOLU, ENERGY, with the inclusion of Adaptation.
All commitments are conditional in recognition of PNG’s position as a developing national with limited resources and capacity and cover an implementation period of 2020 to 2030.
PNG is committed to taking action on climate change as part of its climate compatible approach to development.
The actions that PNG is taking now, and those we will need through the coming decade, to respond to climate change are outlined in the 30 by 30 Roadmap.
Papua New Guinea’s Sustainable Development Goal 13 Roadmap consists of a set of 30 actions ranging from topics in climate governance, energy, forestry, infrastructure, agriculture, minerals, health, biodiversity, and tourism.
Although the Government of PNG may take the lead on many of those actions, they will also need the resources, energy and commitment of subnational governments, the private sector, our development partners and civil society to be successful.
This Roadmap will ensure that the government and communities better respond to climate change in a strong, responsible, and resilient way.
The National REDD+ Strategy 2017- 2027 or action plan outlines the country’s vision and objectives for REDD+ and how these will support national development priorities. In addition, provides information on the four core design elements of REDD+ and a clear plan for how REDD+ will be implemented.
Lukautim abus, graun na wara bilong nau na bihain taim.
The Environmental Data Portal provides an easy way to find, access and reuse national data. Our main purpose is to provide easy access and safe storage for Environmental datasets to be used for monitoring, evaluating, and analysing environmental conditions and trends to support environmental planning, forecasting, and reporting requirements at all levels. We encourage you to use publicly available government data to analyse and develop tools and applications to benefit all citizens.
The database can be used to store and access any data type including tables (excel) documents (work and PDF), GIS files (.shp, .tab) and any other file type including non-environmental datasets.
Visit us on : png-data.sprep.org