From NAMA Database
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NAMAs in the sector
|Type of action
|This NAMA aims to advance the implementation of the country's Platform for the Generation and Trading of Forest Carbon Credits (PBCCh).
|Low Carbon Climate Resilient Development Strategy in Dominica
|Support the implementation of the Low Carbon Climate Resilient Development Strategy
|Reduce encroachment into forests and virgin lands through improvement of food storage facilities and promotion of the use of post-harvest technologies
|This project aims to promote and facilitate the procurement of and utilization of post harvest and food processing technologies to improve food availability and thus reduce clearing of virgin lands for cultivation of more food. The clearing of virgin lands, most of which are forest and rangelands leads to reduced sinks and increased emissions of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
|Forestry NAMA in The Gambia
|Convert forestry sector from emissions source to emissions sink: restore and rehabilitate degraded forest lands, protect and conserve wetlands, and develop greenbelts around human settlements, national forests, wildlife parks and protected areas through afforestation and reforestation.
|Adaptive Sustainable Forest Management in Borjomi-Bakuriani Forest District
|Generate a relevant climate change adaptation and mitigation impact in the Borjomi-Bakuriani pilot region as basis for upscaling and policy development at national level, and to improve the livelihood of people by supporting the sustainable development of forest ecosystems in Georgia
|NAMA in the forestry sector
|Reduction of GHG emissions by 12 MtCO2 per year through afforestation and reforestation
|Type of action
|City wide mitigation programme of Greater Amman Municipality
|To reduce emissions in municipal waste, urban transport, sustainable energy, and urban forestry estimated to average around 560 ktCO2e per year.
|Restoration of forests on degraded lands
|Restore forests on 960,000 hectares of degraded lands by 2030 to abate 32.6 MtCO2e