Côte d'Ivoire

Africa
0.10%
Share of global GHG emissions
Based on data from Climate Watch (CAIT 2018), developed and maintained by the World Resources Institute.
#142
Climate Vulnerability Index ranking
A higher number means a higher vulnerability to climate change. Based on the ND-GAIN Index (2019), developed by the University of Notre Dame.
#162
Human Development Index ranking
A lower number means a better human development score. Based on the Human Development Index (2020), developed by UNDP.
98.95%
Conditional emissions reduction target by 2030
(compared to business as usual)
The highest emissions reduction target, conditional or unconditional, included in the country's latest NDC.
NDC Status 

Côte d'Ivoire submitted its second NDC in May 2022.

Key highlights from the NDC
  • In its updated NDC, Côte d'Ivoire commits to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 30.41% by 2030 relative to business as usual, or 98.95% with international support. 
  • With additional mitigation measures in the Food and Land Use sector and the inclusion of new greenhouse gases, Côte d’Ivoire significantly raises its climate ambition, resolutely committing to carbon neutrality from 2030. 
  • In terms of adaptation, the country aims to reduce vulnerabilities and increase climate resilience across five priority sectors: agriculture, Food and Land Use, water, health, and coastal zones. 
  • The updated NDC also considers cross-cutting aspects including green jobs and just transition, gender, local authorities, and short-lived climate pollutants. 
  • The updated NDC will be implemented based on an investment plan to increase climate finance flows. Partnerships and Monitoring and Evaluation Plans, as well as a communication strategy, will also be used to further develop an enabling environment for climate actions.
     
The Climate Promise is being delivered in collaboration with key partners. Thanks to our partners in Côte d'Ivoire:

Last Updated

June 1, 2022

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