Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) are a series of policies, programs and actions taken by developing countries to fulfil their commitments to reducing greenhouse gas emissions as mandated in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The countries are expected to take different actions in line with their development priorities
Contribution to The Development of Indonesia's Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs)
NAMAs are projected to become the main vehicles for developing countries to take swift action in significantly reducing their emissions, while managing their economic growth and social needs. Indonesia recognizes the NAMA concept as central to achieving its national mitigation target while simultaneously securing the national development priorities laid out in its mid-term development plan (RPJMN).
"Through the three work packages, GE LAMA I works on two main building blocks: (1) Facilitating local governments to create a green economy framework, and (2) Supporting the development and implementation of LAMAs and NAMAs"
The green economy framework provides enabling conditions for the development and implementation of LAMAs/ NAMAs.
It provides policy guidance and land-use planning options for mitigation actions, greenhouse gas emission baselines, and the system for measuring impacts (MRV).
By employing selection criteria (mitigation potentials), and in line with national and provincial policies agreed with partners, four land management activities were selected for development as LAMAs/ NAMAs.
Dynamic agro-forestry systems for cocoa
Smart agricultural systems considering the the impact of climate change.
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