Burma/Myanmar reports to international bodies and mechanisms
|Title:|| ||Myanmar's Initial National Communication under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
|Date of publication:|| ||2012|
|Description/subject:|| ||CHAPTER HEADINGS: National Circumstances...National Development...
National Greenhouse Gas Inventory...Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessment...Mitigation Options Assessment and
Strategies...Development and Transfer of Environmentally
Sound Technologies...Research and Systematic Observation...Education, Training and Public Awareness
on Climate...Integration of Climate Change Concerns
into Development Plans and Programmes...Information and Networking...Capacity Building...Other Information Considered Relevant to
the Achievement of the Objective...Constraints and Gaps, and Related
Financial, Technical and Capacity Needs...Conclusions and Recommendation.....ANNEXES:- AnnexI:
Abatement Project Profiles on GHG Mitigation and Adaptation in
AnnexII: Report on Research on ENSO Impact on Climate Fluctuation and
Frequency of Extreme Climate Anomalies in the Region and in Myanmar...
Annex III: Estimation of CH4 Emission fromRice Cultivation in Myanmar - Field Survey Research Paper...
Annex IV: Draft National Climate Change Policy, Strategies and Actions...
Annex V: EST Database on Emission Reduction Projects.....
FROM THE CONCLUSIONS:
"...To reduce the vulnerability to the possible climate
change impacts, policies, legislations and other
supporting tools are to be developed collectively. It
will help identify andimplement adaptation strategies,
ensuring the continued progress of Myanmar towards
a peacefulmodern developed country. In this context,
institutional strengthening,technology innovation and
transfer, provision of advanced tools and equipment,
enabling condition with adequate funds and
collaboration with relevant institutions and agencies
at the national, regional and international levels are
|Source/publisher:|| ||Myanmar Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry|
|Format/size:|| ||pdf (12MB) - 313 pages|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||12 June 2014|