Full name
Intended Nationally Determined Contributions

INDC

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    Country
    Iraq

    Despite the difficult challenges, the Government of Iraq has laid out an economy-wide plan to reduce GHGs emission by around 14% from the Business As Usual (BAU) scenario over the period 2020 until 2035. The graph in the document below illustrates that the INDC of Iraq presents two conditional scenarios for that aforementioned emission reduction plan; 

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    Norway

    Norway is committed to a target of an at least 40% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 compared to 1990 levels. The emission reduction target will be developed into an emissions budget covering the period 2021-2030.

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    Brazil

    Brazil intends to commit to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 37% below 2005 levels in 2025. Brazil's INDC has a broad scope including mitigation, adaptation and means of implementation, consistent with the contributions' purpose to achieve the ultimate objective of the Convention, pursuant to decision 1/CP.20, paragraph 9 (Lima Call for Climate Action).

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    Mali

    “Les niveaux des ambitions de reduction des GES du scenario d’atténuation par rapport au scenario de base sont de 29% pour l’agriculture, 31% pour l’énergie et 21% pour les forêts et le changement d’utilisation des terres.” The GHG mitigation scenario’s emission reduction levels, relative to the baseline scenario, are: 29% for agriculture, 31% for energy, and 21% for forests and land-use change.

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    Cambodia

    Cambodia has proposed a 27% reduction in emissions below BAU by 2030, as well as a LULUCF contribution of 4.7 tCO2e/ha/year. Cambodia wishes to propose a GHG mitigation contribution for the period 2020 - 2030, conditional upon the availability of support from the international community, in particular in accordance with Article 4.3 of the UNFCCC. Significantly, despite Cambodia's status as an LDC, Cambodia is implementing actions in accordance with our sustainable development needs that also address climate change:

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    Canada

    Canada intends to achieve an economy-wide target to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% below 2005 levels by 2030.

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    Chile

    Chile’s intended contribution to the UNFCCC objective is based on the country’s current situation and is based on five basic pillars: i. Mitigation, ii. Adaptation, iii. Capacity Building and Strengthening, iv. Technology Development and Transfer, and v. Financing.

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    Country
    Zimbabwe

    The Mitigation Contribution for Zimbabwe is given as 33% below the projected Business As Usual energy emissions per capita by 2030. This is a contribution target subject to the following conditions as a minimum:1. “Full implementation by developed countries of their commitments relating to finance, technology and capacity pursuant to Article 4 of the Convention”2. Full, effective and sustained implementation of the Convention3. A post-2020 agreement addressing all elements set out in paragraph 5 of decision 1/CP.17 in a balanced and comprehensive manner4.

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    Thailand

    Thailand intends to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent from the projected business-as-usual (BAU) level by 2030. The level of contribution could increase up to 25 percent, subject to adequate and enhanced access to technology development and transfer, financial resources and capacity building support through a balanced and ambitious global agreement under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The INDC also includes a section on Adaptation.

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    Togo

    Unconditional target: an 11.14% reduction of GHG emissions relative to the baseline scenario.
    Conditional target level: a 31.14% reduction of GHG emissions relative to the baseline scenario. The INDC also includes a section on adaptation.