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Climate Change Mitigation in Southern Africa: Zambia Country Study

Abstract: 
This report reviews a study conducted for the purpose of methodological development, national mitigation analysis and institutional capacity building in Zambia. It discusses mitigation possibilities in a number of sectors, including, forestry, transport, energy, and agriculture. The study focused on five elements: evaluation of national social and economic development framework for climate change, macroeconomic assessment, implementation issues and baseline and mitigation scenario projections. This study is one of three country studies that were carried out under the Danida project "Climate Change in Southern Africa: Phase 2", which began in 1996 paralleling the "Economics of Greenhouse Gas Limitations" project of the UNEP/GEF
Institution: 
UN Energy Programme Collaborating Centre on Energy and Environment, Risأ¸ National Laboratory
Year: 
1999
Input By: 
Amy Thayer
Affiliation: 
Region(s): 
Industry Focus: 
Energy,Timber Paper & Pulp,Transport,Food & Agriculture
Country: 
Zambia
Datatype(s): 
Agreements,Bibliographies & Reports