Turkey Takes Firm Steps Towards 2053 Climate and Development Goal

Turkey Takes Firm Steps Towards Its Climate and Development Goal
Turkey Takes Firm Steps Towards 2053 Climate and Development Goal

According to the 'Turkey Country Climate and Development Report', Turkey will be able to reach its 2053 target by making radical changes in many economic sectors. In this context, decarbonization in the energy sector, electrification of transportation, increasing energy efficiency and reducing emissions in other sectors play an important role. Fulfillment of commitments, net economic contribution to the country's economy kazanwill provide three.

'Turkey Country Climate and Development Report' Has the Feature of Being the First

CCDR, a new series of country due diligence reports from the World Bank Group, explores the links between climate and development to identify priority actions to reduce carbon emissions and build resilience while promoting economic growth and tackling poverty. The 'Turkey Country Climate and Development Report' is the first report to be published in this new series of reports.

In line with the 2053 target, the 'Turkey Country Climate and Development Report' is extremely important for Turkey's growth and development.

This report also serves as a guide in terms of drawing a development path called RNZP (A Resilient and Net Zero Emission Development Path), which is based on resilience and mitigation in line with the 2053 target. In this context, Turkey continues on its way with firm steps in order to reach its 2053 target.

Economic kazanwill be provided

The report covers how climate action will affect the growth and development goal of a developing country like Turkey, how to take advantage of the opportunities offered by green sectors and technologies, how to protect against long-term risks and how to support an inclusive and just transition for all.

In the report; It is clearly stated that Turkey can achieve its 2053 targets by making radical changes in areas such as decarbonization in the energy sector, electrification of transportation, increasing energy efficiency and reducing emissions in other sectors.

While drawing attention to the need for investments in both the public and private sectors, it is emphasized that when the current size of the Turkish economy is evaluated, there is no problem with these investments, since these investments are manageable.

In the report, if Turkey's climate commitments are met, the net economic kazanIt is also pointed out that it will provide benefits.

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