NAMAs in Viet Nam

INCEPTION WORKSHOP TO DEVELOP THE VIET NAM’S NDC PARTNERSHIP PLAN

Inception workshop to develop the Viet Nam’s NDC Partnership plan On 13 April 2018, in order to strengthen the joint efforts of the government agencies and development partners in the implementation of the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), the Department of Climate change under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and Nationally Determined Contribution Partnership (NDCP) organise a workshop to develop the Viet Nam’s NDC Partnership plan in Hanoi. Participants include representatives from line ministries, development partners, Task force for…

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Background and rationale

Viet Nam is one of the countries most affected by climate change. Historically it has been a minor contributor to global warming. However, projections show that greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Viet Nam continue to rise, mainly driven by increasing emissions from the energy sector. Viet Nam recognizes the challenge of climate change, and has proactively developed national, sub-national and sectoral policies and programs to address climate vulnerability and to promote low carbon development and green growth. Core climate change…

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PARTNERSHIP NEEDED FOR PARIS DEAL

Partnership needed for Paris deal 23 November 2016 HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam’s environment ministry has called on further assistance from local and international organisations to help Việt Nam successfully implement the Paris Agreement, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Võ Tuấn Nhân confirmed yesterday. Việt Nam’s Government ratified the Paris Climate Change Agreement in October right ahead of the COP 22, making it the 95th out of 112 countries to have ratified the first-ever universal, legally binding global…

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PM APPROVES PLAN FOR $3.6M CARBON MARKET

PM approves plan for $3.6m carbon market Update: October, 28/2015 – 09:44 image: http://image.vietnamnews.vn/uploadvnnews/Storage/Images/2015/10/28/khi-carbon.jpg?url=Storage/Images/2015/10/28/khi-carbon.jpg HA NOI (VNS) — Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved a project worth US$3.6 million to help Viet Nam to build its own carbon market following an application from the Ministry of Planning and Investment. Created under the Kyoto Protocol, the carbon market enables the trading of carbon emission allowances between developed countries, which have higher levels of greenhouse gas emissions than permitted, and developing…

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