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Global Climate Risk Index
94.17
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World Bank Income Group
Upper middle income
Share of Global Emissions
0.04%

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·2021·Legislative

The 2022 Georgian budget law includes the following climate-related clauses:it mentions that the climate-tailored irrigation sector development program will receive funds from the  Asian Development Bank (ADB)the development of renewable energy sources will be promoted alongside technology upgradesimproving energy efficiency in public buildings is identified as a prio...

·2021·Legislative

This law sets the legal framework on windbreaks, their status, restoring, development, use and management. Windbreaks are a type of hedgerow made of tress or shrubs and that protect farmed fields, notably from wind. Harm to windbreaks is currently a prominent cause of decreasing crop yields in the country. The law does not mention climate change but the protection of windb...

·2021·Policy

This document was prepared in accordance with government's Ordinance no 629/2019 on the “Approval of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of Policy Documents.” It consists of a strategy to 2030 and an action plan covering the period 2021-2023. It identifies mitigation measures capable of translating into action the objectives set out in Georgia's existing NDCs, therefore of...

  • Reduce of GHG emissions to 15% in transport sector compared to reference scenario projectionTransport: Transport: General · Target year: 2030Source: Georgia’s 2030 Climate Strategy and Action Plan
  • Support the low carbon development of the building sector through encouraging climate-goals oriented energy-efficient technologies and services - Less than 4,625 GgCO2e in 2030 compared to 1,954 GgCO2e in 2015. Buildings: Energy Efficiency · Target year: 2030Source: Georgia’s 2030 Climate Strategy and Action Plan
  • Support the low carbon development of the industry sector by encouraging climate-friendly innovative technologies and services to achieve a 5% emissions reduction compared to emissions projected under a reference scenario by 2030Industry: Industries: General · Target year: 2030Source: Georgia’s 2030 Climate Strategy and Action Plan
  • Support the low-carbon development of the agriculture sector through encouraging climate-smart agriculture technologies and services. Less than 4,533 GgCO2e by 2030 compared to 4,624 GgCO2e in reference scenario.Agriculture: Agriculture · Target year: 2030Source: Georgia’s 2030 Climate Strategy and Action Plan
  • Support the low carbon development of the waste sector through encouraging climate-smart agriculture technologies and services. Less than 1,850 GgCO2e by 2030 compared to 1,389 GgCO2e for the 2015 baseline.Waste: waste · Target year: 2030Source: Georgia’s 2030 Climate Strategy and Action Plan