Jordan has pledged to unconditionally reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 1.5% before 2030, compared to business as usual levels.
Produced by the EU-funded ClimaSouth project, in collaboration with Jordan’s Ministry of Environment and the EU delegation to the country, this video reportage examines how current investments in the energy sector may help the greening of the Jordanian economy, while contributing to climate action.
Climate Action – lessons from Jordan is composed by 7 chapters:
- Renewable energy to power education
- Enhancing the resilience of rural communities
- Introducing wind power in the energy mix
- Strengthening regional cooperation & sharing of information
- Green innovations for model cities - the case of Sahab municipality
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