National Action Plan on
Climate Change
Saransh Bajpai
Associate
MP CDM Agency
Deptt. Of Housing & Environment, GoMP
NAPCC
 Released on 30th June, 2008
 India is the first country to release such a
plan
 This initiative describes India’...
NAPCC
National
Solar
Mission National
Mission for
Enhanced
Energy
Efficiency
National
Mission for
Sustainable
Habitat
Nati...
Principles of NAPCC
 Inclusive and sustainable development strategy, sensitive
to climate change.
 Achieving national gr...
Principles of NAPCC
 Effecting implementation of programmes
through unique linkages, including with civil
society and loc...
National Solar Mission
 Significantly increase the share of solar energy in the
total energy mix
 Expand the scope of ot...
National Mission on Enhanced
Energy Efficiency
 The Energy Conservation Act of 2001 provides a legal
mandate for the impl...
National Mission on
Sustainable Habitat
 To make habitat sustainable through improvements in
energy efficiency in buildin...
National Water Mission
 Ensuring Integrated water resource management
 Increasing water use efficiency by 20% through re...
National Mission for Sustaining
the Himalayan Ecosystem
 Evolve management measures for sustaining and
safeguarding the H...
National Mission for a Green
India
 Improving quality of the forest
 Improving the ecosystem services of the forests
 I...
National Mission for
Sustainable Agriculture
 Strategies to make Indian agriculture more resilient to
climate change
 Id...
National Mission for Strategic
Knowledge on Climate Change
 Ensure funding of high quality and focused research into
vari...
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National action plan on climate change

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  • 1. National Action Plan on Climate Change Saransh Bajpai Associate MP CDM Agency Deptt. Of Housing & Environment, GoMP
  • 2. NAPCC  Released on 30th June, 2008  India is the first country to release such a plan  This initiative describes India’s efforts to combat the impacts of Climate Change  Vision is to create prosperous, but not wasteful society, an economy that is self- sustaining.
  • 3. NAPCC National Solar Mission National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency National Mission for Sustainable Habitat National Water Mission National Mission for Sustaining the Himalayan Ecosystem National Mission for a Green India National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture National Mission for Strategic Knowledge on Climate Change
  • 4. Principles of NAPCC  Inclusive and sustainable development strategy, sensitive to climate change.  Achieving national growth objectives through a qualitative change in direction that enhances ecological sustainability, leading to further mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions.  Devising efficient and cost-effective strategies for end use Demand Side Management.  Deploying appropriate technologies for both adaptation and mitigation of greenhouse gases emissions extensively as well as at an accelerated pace.  Engineering new and innovative forms of market, regulatory and voluntary mechanisms to promote sustainable development.
  • 5. Principles of NAPCC  Effecting implementation of programmes through unique linkages, including with civil society and local government institutions and through public private partnership.  Welcoming international cooperation for research, development, sharing and transfer of technologies enabled by additional funding and a global IPR regime that facilitates technology transfer to developing countries under the UNFCCC.
  • 6. National Solar Mission  Significantly increase the share of solar energy in the total energy mix  Expand the scope of other renewable and non-fossil options such as nuclear energy, wind energy and biomass  Advantage of permitting a decentralized distribution of energy, thereby empowering people at the grassroots level  Launch a major R&D programme, which could draw upon international cooperation as well, to enable the creation of more affordable, more convenient solar power systems, and to promote innovations that enable the storage of solar power for sustained, long- term use.
  • 7. National Mission on Enhanced Energy Efficiency  The Energy Conservation Act of 2001 provides a legal mandate for the implementation of the energy efficiency measures through the institutional mechanism of the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) in the Central Government and designated agencies in each state.  Four Mechanisms: ◦ PAT ◦ MTEE ◦ Creation of mechanisms that would help finance demand side management programmes in all sectors by capturing future energy savings. ◦ Developing fiscal instruments to promote energy efficiency
  • 8. National Mission on Sustainable Habitat  To make habitat sustainable through improvements in energy efficiency in buildings, management of solid waste and modal shift to public transport.  The Mission will promote energy efficiency as an integral component of urban planning and urban renewal through three initiatives: ◦ The Energy Conservation Building Code ◦ Recycling of material and Urban Waste Management ◦ Better urban planning and modal shift to public transport  Address the need to adapt to future climate change by improving the resilience of infrastructure, community based disaster management, and measures for improving the warning system for extreme weather events. Capacity building would be an important component of this Mission.
  • 9. National Water Mission  Ensuring Integrated water resource management  Increasing water use efficiency by 20% through regulatory mechanisms with differential entitlements and pricing  Ensure that water needs of urban areas are met through recycling of waste water  Adoption of new and appropriate technologies such as low temperature desalination technologies that allow for the use of ocean water  Incentive structures will be designed to promote water-neutral or water-positive technologies, recharging of underground water sources and adoption of large scale irrigation programmes which rely on sprinklers, drip irrigation and ridge and furrow irrigation
  • 10. National Mission for Sustaining the Himalayan Ecosystem  Evolve management measures for sustaining and safeguarding the Himalayan glacier and mountain ecosystem  Community-based management of these ecosystems will be promoted with incentives to community organizations and panchayats for protection and enhancement of forested lands  In mountainous regions, the aim will be to maintain two- thirds of the area under forest cover in order to prevent erosion and land degradation and ensure the stability of the fragile eco-system
  • 11. National Mission for a Green India  Improving quality of the forest  Improving the ecosystem services of the forests  Involvement of Gram Sabha in implementation (strengthening of local institutions)  Generation of livelihood for local communities  Provision of fuel-wood and fodder for local communities  Strengthening of regulatory framework for conservation
  • 12. National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture  Strategies to make Indian agriculture more resilient to climate change  Identify and develop new varieties of crops and especially thermal resistant crops and alternative cropping patterns  Convergence and integration of traditional knowledge and practice systems, information technology, geospatial technologies and biotechnology  New credit and insurance mechanisms will be devised to facilitate adoption of desired practices
  • 13. National Mission for Strategic Knowledge on Climate Change  Ensure funding of high quality and focused research into various aspects of climate change  Socio-economic impacts of climate change including impact on health, demography, migration patterns and livelihoods of coastal communities  Support the establishment of dedicated climate change related academic units in Universities and other academic and scientific research institutions in the country which would be networked  Climate Science Research Fund
  • 14. Thank You

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