Nationally appropriate mitigation actions for grassland and livestock management in Mongolia | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

Resource information

Date of publication: 
January 2013
Resource Language: 
ISBN / Resource ID: 
eldis:A65403

This policy brief by the Asian Development Bank argues that, given the negative impact of climate change on Mongolia, it is crucial to select mitigation actions that reduce vulnerability to climate change, support the achievement of national development goals, and are feasible given local constraints.

Key messages from the brief include:

• Mongolia’s total emissions are low, but its emissions per capita are relatively high and rising and are produced primarily by the energy and agriculture sectors.

• Nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs) can help provide access to international financing.

• Mongolia’s NAMA for the management of its grassland and livestock sectors should be based on its National Livestock Program.

• Implementation of Mongolia’s NAMAs should be phased, with three categories of activities — quick wins, fast-tracked actions, and key medium-term actions.

• Mongolia needs to develop a credible measurement, reporting, and verification system, and strengthen institutional capacity.

Authors and Publishers

Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s): 
D. Dagvadorj A. Wilkes T. Tennigkeit
Publisher(s): 

The Asian Development Bank was conceived in the early 1960s as a financial institution that would be Asian in character and foster economic growth and cooperation in one of the poorest regions in the world.

As a multilateral development finance institution, ADB provides:

  • loans
  • technical assistance
  • grants

Our clients are our member governments, who are also our shareholders. In addition, we provide direct assistance to private enterprises of developing member countries through equity investments and loans.

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