Mauritius reviews its NDC 30% emission reduction by 2030

Mauritius initial commitment to reduce by 30% its

carbon emission by 2030 under review

 
Mauritius, in its first Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) to the UNFCCC, had projected
to reduce its emission by 30% by 2030. It is currently preparing a revised and most likely a
more ambitious plan for higher reduction ahead of COP 26.
Mauritius became a signatory of Paris Agreement in April 2016.
The preparations include an 11 sector-specific dialogues on
coastal zone management, blue economy, energy, agriculture, biodiversity,
tourism, transport, water, infrastructure, health, and waste management.
 
EU plans to reduce its carbon emission by 55% with respect to the 1990 emission.
It will be incorporated in an EU ‘Law on Climate’. This decision augurs well for the
outcome of the Biden’s Leaders’ Summit on Climate planned for 22 and 23 April 2021.