• What is a NAMA?


    NAMAs – Nationally Appriopriate Mitigation Actions – are voluntary actions targeting effective climate change mitigation in developing and transition countries, which will result in reduced greenhouse gas emissions across different sectors. They are supported and enabled by technology transfer, financing and capacity‐building on the part of industrialized countries. The term “NAMA” was firstly introduced in the Bali Action Plan (BAP) in 2007. Since their inception, NAMAs have been extensively studied and practiced worldwide. One of the strengths of NAMAs is the loose definition that allows flexible approaches with regard to their development and implementation. However, this scope in approaching NAMAs also calls for more detailed guidance. This website serves as a platform for NAMA knowledge and supports practitioners with information on NAMA development and implementation with a focus on Viet Nam. It is part of the MONRE/GIZ project "Creation of an overarching framework for NAMAs and MRV in Viet Nam".



    NAMAs play an integral role in implementing the mitigation targets outlined in the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) under the Paris Climate Agreement and in raising ambitions of sectoral mitigation targets. In addition to their emission reduction impact, NAMAs represent an active contribution to the transition towards a sustainable economy with significant co-benefits such as human health improvements, less air pollution due to reduced motorized traffic, or rural electrification due to the propagation of renewable energy.


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  • Overview



    This section provides some background information on the background and the existing NAMA framework in Viet Nam

    Mitigation actions in Viet Nam

    Here you find an overview about existing and ongoing mitigation actions in Viet Nam

    MONRE/GIZ NAMA project

    The MONRE/GIZ NAMA project supports the Vietnamese government to achieve its goals on mitigation and to fulfill the Paris Agreement

    Knowledge & Resources

    Here you find helpful background information and publications about NAMA development and implementation and the context in Viet Nam
  • News & Events

    News & Events
    by admin
    After four years implementation, the most relevant achievements and key results of the project NAMA project were presented to a large audience of more than 100 Vietnamese and international climate change stakeholders on 30 October 2018 in Hanoi. The workshop was co-chaired by Le Cong Thanh, Deputy Minister of MONRE and Jörg Rüger, First Secretary, German Embassy in Viet Nam. Le Cong Thanh highlighted that the NAMA Project has significantly contributed to the government’s achievements in addressing climate change, including…
    by Lien Nguyen
    Trichy, Kovai to get technical and financial aid under NAMA project TRICHY: Appreciating the measures taken by Trichy corporation on solid waste management (SWM), a joint initiative of several European bodies involved in climate change action and the ministry of housing and urban affairs (MoHUA) has selected the city for receiving technical and financial support under the Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) project. The urban local body (ULB) has submitted its proposals to establish a pyrolysis plant and biomining project…
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