On September 16 at 11:00 am, a presentation and public discussion will be held about the steps Georgia must take to effectively implement its climate change plan to reduce GHG emission significantly by 2030. Kakhaber Mdivani, a researcher at PMC Research, will present the study outcomes at the office of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
Georgia is going to prepare a roadmap for the climate change and reduction of GHG emission action plan for 2021-2030. In this regard, problem identification in the climate change field would offer the Government of Georgia (GoG) an effective and efficient pathway for mapping.
Accordingly, PMC Research conducted a study aiming to create the basis for the development of a roadmap of said climate change action plan. In addition, it focused on designing an effective action plan for the four years before 2021. The study was focused on identification of the problems in the field of climate change and proposing effective solutions to the GoG.
Most of the activities performed in the climate change field suffer from a disparity between requirements and goals. This is often attributable to inadequate preliminary study. In order to avoid this, a study of climate inter-organizational process problem roots would make a valuable contribution to creating a basis for further work development.
As a result of the study, a number of recommendations will be issued, covering:
- How to set up a sophisticated data collection system which is crucial for the country to gain a holistic picture with regard to GHG emission, according to economic sectors and geographical coverage.
- How to build a system that will contribute to effective coordination between working groups and all stakeholders.
The study was conducted by PMC RC, under the project “Policy Research for Sustainable Economic Development”, with the financial support of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.