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1 1 Tek Vannara, Executive Director The NGO Forum on Cambodia (NGO Forum) Phnom Penh, 22 th May 2014 Cambodias role in GHG reduction, especially in the Land Use and Land Use Change and Forest (LULUCF)

2 Working Together for Positive Change Background Cambodia ratified the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in 1995, Assessed to Kyoto Protocol in 2002, Established Designed National Authority (DNA) in 2003, Started implementing REDD+ in

3 Working Together for Positive Change National GHG Inventory for 2000(1) 3 Source: MoE,2013

4 Working Together for Positive Change National GHG Inventory for 2000(2) Source: MoE,2013 4

5 Working Together for Positive Change Potential sector for GHGs mitigation Based line emission sector increased from 2,632 GgCO 2 eq. in 2000 to 25,549 GgCO 2 eq. by Emission per capita is still low (0.2 t CO2 eq. in 2000 to 1.3 tCO2 eq. by 2050 Fuel wood demand is projected to decrease from 49% in 2000 to 13% in 2050 Transportation is project largest increase and share of emission in 2050 at Gt CO2 eq. to 8,888 Gt CO2 eq. 5

6 Working Together for Positive Change Agri., Land us, and forest emission Overall, emission from LULUCF is project to increase from - 88,22 Gt CO2 eq. in 2000 to 34,112 Gt CO2 eq. by Agriculture sector is project to double increase from 21,559 Gt CO2 eq. in 2000 and 38,601 Gt CO2, eq. by Emission from agricultural sector is increased agricultural soil (2,362-6,362 Gt CO2 eq.), crop cultivation and 4,872-10,018 Gt CO2 eq. Livestock (14,365-22,625 Gt CO2 eq.) LULUCF is became emitter in Cambodia. 6

7 Working Together for Positive Change Potential Mitigation Options Energy efficient measure Hydro, Solar power Gasification and cogeneration Electric vihicle Efficient cook stove Biogas digester Ceramic water filter etc REDD+ Organic fertilizers Agro-industry 7

8 Working Together for Positive Change Progress in Cambodia to GHGs mitigation CDM project approved by DNA of MoE 8

9 Working Together for Positive Change Progress in Cambodia to GHGs mitigation Integrated climate change mitigation and adaptation into NSDP Developed and approved Cambodia climate change strategy plan

10 Working Together for Positive Change Progress in Cambodia to GHGs mitigation Ongoing to develop NAMA under support by OECCC of Japan CCD is ongoing conduct a feasibilities study to develop NAMA Bio disaster of NBP is selected for a cased study in Cambodia. REDD+ 10

11 Working Together for Positive Change REDD+ Structure 11

12 Working Together for Positive Change National Action plan on Green Growth NAPGG has adopted by May 2013 Green investment Green economic balance with environment Blue economic with sustainable Green env. And NRM HRD and green education Green technology Green culture heritage Good governance on green growth 12

13 Thanks for your attention Q&A 13


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