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This proposal is based on the emission reduction commitment made by Russia for the Paris Agreement.



This seed proposal is based on the emission reduction commitment submitted by Russia for the UNFCCC's 2015 climate negotiations. It was created by a Climate CoLab staff member. We invite other CoLab members to link to this proposal or to use it as a starting point for creating new proposals of their own. The government of India has not reviewed or endorsed this proposal. 


Limiting anthropogenic greenhouse gases in Russia to 70-75% of 1990 levels by the year 2030.


Further legislative measure will be utilized for the achievement of the INDC based on the provisions of the Climate Doctrine and the Energy Strategy of the Russian Federation. 




Which proposals are included in your plan and how do they fit together?

Explanation of the emissions scenario calculated in the Impact tab

What are the plan’s key benefits?

Russia's boreal forests are important for global mitigation, protecting water resources, preventing soil erosion and conserving biodiversity on the planet. They account for 70% of all boreal forests and 25% of the world's forest resources. 

What are the plan’s costs?

What are the key challenges to enacting this plan?

This goal will not limit Russia's ability to develop, but will require an increase in the share of renewables and sustainable forest practices.


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