Albania is considered the most vulnerable country in the South-Eastern European region in the face of changing climate trends. Over the past 15 years, climate change has already been observed, with rising temperatures, reduced precipitation and more frequent extreme events such as floods and droughts. Summer precipitation is projected to decrease by about 10% by 2020 and by 20% by 2050. Two sectors severely affected by climate change are energy and agriculture. Climate change is expected to have a significant impact on the livelihoods of the citizens of the Republic of Albania. Over the past decade, floods have become a permanent phenomenon in both the south and the north of the country, in a country with the highest agricultural productivity. These serious consequences of climate change, which threaten the environment of the Republic of Albania and the livelihoods of its citizens, have led to increased political will to combat climate change and climate change issues. Albania`s planned national contribution (INDC) has committed to reducing its CO2 emissions by 11.5% by 2030. 11 Sept 2018 / GCF will seek to expand its portfolio of climate projects and engagement in Eastern European and Central Asian countries with the opening of the GCF`s structured regional dialogue today in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. The measures in this proposal do not overlap with existing child care aids provided by other agencies and will build on the ongoing and completed accommodation and mitigation measures described above.
Throughout the process, special attention will be paid not to replicate past efforts, but to use the funds in the most effective way possible and to identify non-targeted needs through a broad consultation process. In particular, the adoption of a country-by-country programme and its continuous updating should provide an effective and constantly updated priority, making the best use of the resources needed to help Albania implement its INDC and relevant strategies. The Ministry of the Environment is also one of the main beneficiaries of the ECRAN (Environment and Climate Regional Accession Network) project, which aims to strengthen regional cooperation between EU candidate countries and potential candidate countries in the areas of environment and climate change. The effects of climate change, the vulnerability of key sectors of the Republic of Albania and climate change adaptation measures have been updated in the draft third national communication to the UNFCCC, to be presented in 2016. The National Adjustment Plan (NAP) will also be part of this report. In addition, during 2015, the Republic of Albania developed two NAMA project projects: 05 June 2017 / The first workshop for Eastern Europe and Central Asian countries strengthened regional approaches to adaptation to climate change, according to one participant. . Global Subnational Climate Fund (SnCF Global) – Equity.