National policies and plans

2021

This document serves as Timor-Leste‘s first National Adaptation Plan (NAP); and is being submitted to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The overall vision of the NAP for Timor-Leste is ―to build a climate resilient

Timor-Leste - government
2012

A declaration adopted by the Member States of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) on September 27, 2012, on the sidelines of the 67th United Nations General Assembly, calling for urgent action to address the climate change crisis which Small

Alliance of Small Islands States
2011

A declaration, adopted by 19 climate vulnerable countries, reaffirming the commitment by climate vulnerable countries to focus on adaptation, particularly in the short term in order to minimise immediate danger, and calling on developed countries to

United Republic of Tanzania - government Bangladesh - government Ethiopia - government Nepal - government Philippines - government Maldives - government Ghana - government Kenya - government Afghanistan - government Bhutan - government Costa Rica - government Madagascar - government Rwanda - government Saint Lucia - government Viet Nam - government Vanuatu - government Tuvalu - government Kiribati - government Timor-Leste - government
2008

This National Disaster Risk Management Policy aims to respond to the constitutional mandate to identify priorities to guide Government objectives and strategies in order to guarantee the security and safety of our citizens and their property and to

Timor-Leste - government