The goal of nationally determined contribution of Georgia is to support the sustainable and balanced development of the country, equally taking into 
consideration climate change, environmental and socio-economic challenges. 

The nationally determined contribution of Georgia is as follows:

Georgia is committed to a target of 50-57% of its total greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 compared to 1990, in case of international support. 

If the world will follow 2OC average global temperature increase holding scenario, reduction of emissions by 50% will be necessary while in case of limiting increase to 1.5OC, it will be necessary to reduce emissions by 57% compared to 1990 level.

The updated NDC of Georgia sets 2030 Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan for the determination of mitigation measures contributing achievement of unconditional and conditional commitments and mitigation targets.

Georgia is fully committed1 to an unconditional limiting target of 35 % below 1990 level of its domestic total greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.

Georgia is committed to continue studying its adaptive capacity of different economic sectors to the negative effects of climate change, as well as to plan and implement the respective adaptation measures by mobilising domestic and international resources for the sectors particularly vulnerable to climate change.

Impact indicators:
  • 1
    Name: GHG emissions reduction (GtCO2eq)
    Value: -
    Base year: -
    Target year: 2030
    Comments: 447 ktCO2e in 2030, compared to the reference case