As of: November 2017
Integrated Approaches to the Development of Climate Friendly Economies in Central Asia
Objective and activities
The objective of the project was to support four Central Asian countries in developing a climate policy framework that promotes climate-friendly economic development. It supported the Kazakh Government in developing a Green Growth Strategy. In the other countries, project partners identified finance-ready nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs). Three NAMA concepts were developed: on energy-efficient building renovation In Uzbekistan, on energy-efficient district heating in Kyrgyzstan, and on reforestation in Tajikistan, which can also be used for other countries and sectors. The project increased the acceptance of NAMAs as a core element of an international mitigation architecture; the exchange of experiences and cooperation at the national and regional levels made a decisive contribution to further developing them. An important element of this was the promotion of technology cooperation.
State of implementation/results
- Project completed
- Development of NAMA concepts for Uzbekistan, (energy efficiency in the housing sector), Kyrgyzstan (energy efficient heating), and Tajikistan (THG-mitigation through reforestation)