Vietnam committed working with the international community to respond to climate change

By 2030, with domestic resources, Viet Nam committed to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 8% compared to conventional development scenarios and could reduce it by 25% if receiving international aid. At the same time, Viet Nam will implement many adaptation activities to increase its resistance to climate change, facilitating more contribution in reducing GHG emissions. This is the commitment made in the Report on Indigenous Peoples' Independence (INDC) submitted by Viet Nam to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

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  • Vietnamese
Topics Climate change
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  • Viet Nam
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Vietnam Environment Administration Magazine (VEA) – Vietnam Environment Administration (VEA) Head Office: 7th Floor, Lot E2, Duong Dinh Nghe Street, Yen Hoa Ward, Cau Giay District, Hanoi. Office in Ho Chi Minh City: Room A 403, 4th Floor, Area of Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, 200 Ly Chinh Thang street, Ward 9, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City. Responsible for content: Mr. Do Thanh Thuy – Chief Editor. Email: tapchimoitruongtcmt @ vea.gov.vn

Author (individual) Tran Manh Hung
Publication date 2015
Keywords pháp luật,ứng phó với biến đổi khí hậu,Báo cáo Đóng góp dự kiến do quốc gia tự quyết định (INDC),Laws,Response to Climate Change,Report on Indigenous Peoples' Independence (INDC)
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