Key Sectors

The countries participating in the global project, Capacity Development for Policy Makers to Address Climate Change, conduct an assessment of investment and financial flows to address climate change for 2-4 selected key sectors. The key sectors that have been identified for mitigation assessments are: energy (9 countries); forestry (8); agriculture (2); and transport (2). For adaptation, the sectors selected are: agriculture (12); water (11); health (4); coastal zones (2); forestry (1); biodiversity (1); fisheries (1); and tourism (1). See below links to the Sectoral background papers prepared on the key sectors in each country:

 

Energy (Mitigation)

Bangladesh
Dominican Republic
Liberia
Namibia
St Lucia
The Gambia
Togo
Turkmenistan (climate change)
Turkmenistan (electricity generation)
Turkmenistan (electricity demand)
Turkmenistan (oil & gas)
Uruguay

Forestry (Mitigation)

Algeria
Ecuador
Honduras
Liberia
Nepal
Niger
Paraguay
The Gambia

Water (Adaptation)

Algeria
Bangladesh
Costa Rica
Dominican Republic
Honduras
Nepal (incl. GLOFs)
Nicaragua
Peru
St Lucia
The Gambia
Turkmenistan

Agriculture (Adaptation)

Bangladesh
Colombia
Ecuador (food security)
Liberia
Namibia (land-use change)
Nepal
Niger
Paraguay
Peru
The Gambia
Togo
Uruguay

Transport (Mitigation)

Ecuador
Honduras

Forestry (Adaptation)

Ecuador

Health (Adaptation)

Algeria
Nepal
Nicaragua
Paraguay

Agriculture (Mitigation)

Colombia
Uruguay

Tourism (Adaptation)

Dominican Republic 

Coastal zones (Adaptation)

Nicaragua
St Lucia

Biodiversity (Adaptation)

Costa Rica

Fisheries (Adaptation)

Peru

GLOFs = Glacier Lake Outburst Floods