Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH (German federal enterprise for international cooperation) is implementation agency on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) to support the Kyrgyz Republic in reviewing and updating Kyrgyz NDCs through an in-depth analysis of the land-use sector with up to 250,000 EUR via the BMZ Study and Expert Fund (SFF).
The GIZ project “Development of policy recommendations for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and climate risks in the land use sector as a contribution to the preparation of the Kyrgyz NDCs” supports the Kyrgyz Republic in corresponding analysis for the land use sector as part of a consultative process to formulate concrete policy and action recommendations on emission reductions and climate change adaptation, and to prepare the Kyrgyz Republic for the climate negotiations in Glasgow in autumn 2021.
Document for downloading: Analysis of livestock and pasture sub-sectors for the NDC revision in Kyrgyzstan
Future NDC updates in Kyrgyzstan
Nationally Determined Contributions, NDCs, are the key instrument of global climate change policy. Kyrgyzstan has developed its first NDC intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) in 2015 and its First National Contribution in 2020. In October 2021, an updated NDC was submitted to UNFCC.
The Ministry of Environmental Resources, Ecology and Technical Supervision, as a coordinating body for the NDC processes, has asked GIZ for support in outlining key steps and consideration of future NDC update processes. Developed on the request of the Ministry of Environmental Resources, Ecology and Technical Supervision, this reflection note summarizes learnings from the last NDC Update process and proposes an approach for future NDC Update processes. The document is guided by the wish of Kyrgyzstan’s Government institutions to conduct the NDC in a country-owned, inclusive, and transparent way. The guide is available via reflection note below.
Reflection notes (2022): Future NDC Updates in Kyrgyzstan