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51 Country Profile (NDC)

Andorra

Andorra is a developing country heavily reliant on the tourism sector. Andorra’s mitigation efforts concentrate on the energy and waste sectors; noting, climate change could make the country vulnerable to side-effects on health, natural hazards, production of hydropower, agriculture, biodiversity.

Andorra
52 Country Profile (NDC)

Angola

<p>Angola is a developing country extremely vulnerable to climate change impacts such as drought and floods. The Angolan economy has been hit hard by the impact of climate change expressed as prolonged drought, damaging flash floods, forest fires, reduced crop production, reduced water resources, impacted fishing resources, etc. Many of the economy sectors of Angola have been impacted by climate variability in the last thirty years.</p>

Angola
53 Country Profile (NDC)

Antigua and Barbuda

<p>A&amp;B is a small island developing state, and is economically, socially and environmentally extremely vulnerable to impacts of climate change. Economy is heavily dependent on natural resources, low-lying coastal zones and favourable climate conditions.</p>

Antigua and Barbuda
54 Country Profile (NDC)

Argentina

Argentina is a developing nation noting climate change will only increase inequalities between developed and developing nations. Population is concentrated in urban areas, some islands are still subject to sovereignty disputes, and the country presents high rates of biodiversity.

Argentina
55 Country Profile (NDC)

Armenia

Armenia is a developing, landlocked mountainous country with ecosystems that are vulnerable to climate change.

Armenia
56 Country Profile (NDC)

Australia

Advanced economy, leading global natural resources exporter.

Australia
57 Country Profile (NDC)

Austria

The 28 Member States of the European Union submitted an INDC on behalf of Latvia and the European Commission. They are committed to the agreement from the Paris Conference in December 2015 in line with the below 2°C objective. The main sectors under coverage for the EU’s INDC are energy, industrial processes and product use, agriculture, waste, and, land use, land-use change and forestry (set out in Decision 529/2013/EU).

Austria
58 Country Profile (NDC)

Azerbaijan

Developing country highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change.

Azerbaijan
59 Country Profile (NDC)

Bahamas

<p>The Bahamas is highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change given its geographical vulnerabilities; environmental vulnerabilities; concentration of socio-economic activities and critical infrastructure in narrow coastal zones; dependence on tourism and limited human and institutional capacity. It is a small island developing state.</p>

Bahamas
60 Country Profile (NDC)

Bahrain

<p>Bahrain is a small island developing state. It is an archipelago with a limited population and economy. It is particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.</p>

Bahrain
61 Country Profile (NDC)

Bangladesh

<p>Bangladesh is a least developed, highly climate vulnerable country whose emissions are less than 0.35% of global emissions. Impacts of climate change already affecting the livelihoods of much of our population.</p>

Bangladesh
62 Country Profile (NDC)

Barbados

Barbados is a small island developing state that is extremely economically, socially and environmentally vulnerable to the adverse impacts of climate change.

Barbados
63 Country Profile (NDC)

Belarus

<p>Annex I country, but with a GDP per capita among the lowest of Annex I countries.</p>

Belarus
64 Country Profile (NDC)

Belgium

The 28 Member States of the European Union submitted an INDC on behalf of Latvia and the European Commission. They are committed to the agreement from the Paris Conference in December 2015 in line with the below 2°C objective. The main sectors under coverage for the EU’s INDC are energy, industrial processes and product use, agriculture, waste, and, land use, land-use change and forestry (set out in Decision 529/2013/EU).

Belgium
65 Country Profile (NDC)

Belize

<p>Belize is a small island developing country that is socio-economically dependent on natural resources for livelihood and sustaining economic growth particularly through agriculture and tourism sectors.</p>

Belize
66 Country Profile (NDC)

Benin

Benin is a developing country whose economy relies heavily on agriculture, trade and transport with neighboring countries; justifying the high values ​​of GHG emissions estimated for agriculture and transport relative to other sectors.

Benin
67 Country Profile (NDC)

Bhutan

Bhutan is a small landlocked LDC that is a net sink for greenhouse gases. It is highly vulnerable to adverse impacts of climate change.

Bhutan
68 Country Profile (NDC)

Bolivia

<p>Bolivia is a developing country that has prioritized a linkage of mitigation and adaptation actions in complementary with the holistic development in the areas of water, energy, forests and agriculture as part of its 2025 Patriotic Agenda, and national development plans consistent with the construction of a &lsquo;Living Well&rsquo; program.</p>

Bolivia
69 Country Profile (NDC)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

BiH is a decentralized country comprising two entities that is a potential candidate for EU membership.

Bosnia and Herzegovina
70 Country Profile (NDC)

Botswana

<p>Semi-arid country vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.</p>

Botswana
71 Country Profile (NDC)

Brazil

<p>Brazil is a developing country with several challenges regarding poverty eradication, education, public health, employment, housing, infrastructure and energy access.</p>

Brazil
72 Country Profile (NDC)

Brunei

Energy sector is a core element of Brunei’s economy.

Brunei
73 Country Profile (NDC)

Bulgaria

The 28 Member States of the European Union submitted an INDC on behalf of Latvia and the European Commission. They are committed to the agreement from the Paris Conference in December 2015 in line with the below 2°C objective. The main sectors under coverage for the EU’s INDC are energy, industrial processes and product use, agriculture, waste, and, land use, land-use change and forestry (set out in Decision 529/2013/EU).

Bulgaria
74 Country Profile (NDC)

Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso is a developing country where, in its INDC, the themes of Mitigation and adaptation have been integrated, both linked: to '' reduce '' must '' adapt '' mainly because the sectors of agriculture, forestry, land use (AFOLU) are emissions producers but also a major sequestration sectors.

Burkina Faso
75 Country Profile (NDC)

Burundi

<p>Burundi is a landlocked country at the heart of Africa&rsquo;s Great Lakes Region and belongs to two major river basins: the Nile Basin and the CongoBasin. The current production structure, dominated by subsistence farming, makes the economy very vulnerable and fragile due to its dependency on climate conditions.</p>

Burundi
76 Country Profile (NDC)

Cambodia

LDC, low emitter and highly vulnerable country to the negative effects of climate change.

Cambodia
77 Country Profile (NDC)

Cameroon

Cameroon is a developing nation with five agro-ecological zones, presenting both flooding and drought, deforestation and waste management issues given the rapidly growing population, but agriculture dominates the economic sector by providing roughly 80 % of GDP. Mitigation efforts include the Agriculture, Energy, Forestry, and Waste sectors.

Cameroon
78 Country Profile (NDC)

Canada

Developed Northern country with significant natural resources.

Canada
79 Country Profile (NDC)

Cape Verde

SID that is particularly vulnerable to climate change.

Cape Verde
80 Country Profile (NDC)

Central African Republic

<p>Among the world&rsquo;s poorest countries; non-Annex I Party.</p>

Central African Republic
81 Country Profile (NDC)

Chad

Chad is a least developed country and Non-Annex I Party to the UNFCCC characterised by a structural vulnerability, with an Economic Vulnerability Index (EVI) of 52.8 in 2012. It is a landlocked sub-Saharan country, the majority of which is desert. The country’s main economic activities are subsistence agriculture, livestock rearing and fishing.

Chad
82 Country Profile (NDC)

Chile

Chile is highly vulnerable to Climate Change, with an increase in the frequency and magnitude of extreme events, such as droughts and floods expected. Adaptation has been identified as one of the main axis of Chile’s Climate Change strategy, so as to minimize the threats to its social and economic development.

Chile
83 Country Profile (NDC)

China

<p>Developing country that is among those most severely affected by adverse impacts of climate change.</p>

China
84 Country Profile (NDC)

Colombia

<p>Colombia is a middle-income country with six natural regions and cultural diversity, with a climate-dependant economy. Mitigation and adaptation plans targeting the effects of climate change have the potential of facilitating peace in territories where productive land-use activities are being carried-out and play a key role in development, especially for rural communities.</p>

Colombia
85 Country Profile (NDC)

Comoros

<p>The Union of the Comoros is in a reconstruction phase and reform as a least developed nation. Many efforts have been made during the last 20 years in the field of sustainable development and more particularly that of adaptation but these efforts are scattered and few measurable results.</p>

Comoros
86 Country Profile (NDC)

Congo, Republic of

<p>The vulnerability of this developing country is aggravated by multiple biophysical constraints affecting development and by its limited capacity to adapt to climate change variability.</p>

Congo, Republic of
87 Country Profile (NDC)

Cook Islands

SID with negligible GHG emissions.

Cook Islands
88 Country Profile (NDC)

Costa Rica

<p>Developing country highly vulnerable to the adverse impacts of climate change.</p>

Costa Rica
89 Country Profile (NDC)

Cote d'Ivoire

<p>The developing nation of Cote d&rsquo;Ivoire has had political and military crises for the past decade but aims to achieve industrialization.</p>

Cote d'Ivoire
90 Country Profile (NDC)

Croatia

The 28 Member States of the European Union submitted an INDC on behalf of Latvia and the European Commission. They are committed to the agreement from the Paris Conference in December 2015 in line with the below 2°C objective. The main sectors under coverage for the EU’s INDC are energy, industrial processes and product use, agriculture, waste, and, land use, land-use change and forestry (set out in Decision 529/2013/EU).

Croatia
91 Country Profile (NDC)

Cuba

<p>As a small-island developing state (SIDS), Cuba is aware of its vulnerabilities to climate change, i.e., sea level rise, hurricanes and cyclone threats on the coastline and mainland, with periods of extreme flooding and drought (affecting the agricultural sector, human health and biodiversity).</p>

Cuba
92 Country Profile (NDC)

Cyprus

The 28 Member States of the European Union submitted an INDC on behalf of Latvia and the European Commission. They are committed to the agreement from the Paris Conference in December 2015 in line with the below 2°C objective. The main sectors under coverage for the EU’s INDC are energy, industrial processes and product use, agriculture, waste, and, land use, land-use change and forestry (set out in Decision 529/2013/EU).

Cyprus
93 Country Profile (NDC)

Czech Republic

The 28 Member States of the European Union submitted an INDC on behalf of Latvia and the European Commission. They are committed to the agreement from the Paris Conference in December 2015 in line with the below 2°C objective. The main sectors under coverage for the EU’s INDC are energy, industrial processes and product use, agriculture, waste, and, land use, land-use change and forestry (set out in Decision 529/2013/EU).

Czech Republic
94 Country Profile (NDC)

Democratic People's Republic of Korea

Democratic People's Republic of Korea
95 Country Profile (NDC)

Democratic Republic of Congo

The DRC is a developing nation with a 2060 vision of emergence.

Democratic Republic of Congo
96 Country Profile (NDC)

Denmark

The 28 Member States of the European Union submitted an INDC on behalf of Latvia and the European Commission. They are committed to the agreement from the Paris Conference in December 2015 in line with the below 2°C objective. The main sectors under coverage for the EU’s INDC are energy, industrial processes and product use, agriculture, waste, and, land use, land-use change and forestry (set out in Decision 529/2013/EU).

Denmark
97 Country Profile (NDC)

Djibouti

LDC and coastal country of the Horn of Africa with high vulnerability.

Djibouti
98 Country Profile (NDC)

Dominica

SID with high vulnerability and susceptibility to natural disasters.

Dominica
99 Country Profile (NDC)

Dominican Republic

A highly vulnerable country and a small-island developing state (SIDS).

Dominican Republic
100 Country Profile (NDC)

Ecuador

Ecuador is a developing nation incorporating the values of sustainably developing, balancing nature and human development. Energy, water and forestry are the main sectors targeted in the INDC.

Ecuador

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