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Fiji Low Emission Development Strategy 2018-2050



The Fiji Low Emission Development Strategy (LEDS) 2018-2050 shall be considered a “living” document in that information expressed in this publication represents the Fijian Government’s current understanding of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from relevant sectors and current understanding of mitigation actions (including technology, finance, capacity building, and technical assistance needs), which can contribute to meeting the GHG reductions articulated in the four scenarios presented. The Fijian Government reserves the right to periodically update the Fiji LEDS, as may be needed, to ensure validity, transparency, and accuracy over time. Most notably, the Fijian Government understands that not all data relating to GHG emissions from the different sectors in the LEDS are currently fully known, nor are all mitigation actions fully investigated. As such, the collection of additional data and the inclusion of new or improved technology, and its costs over time, will have an impact on future national planning.







Issuer (type)

Fiji Ministry of Economy (Government)

Instrument type


Disclosure instrument


Geographical scope


Mandatory or voluntary



Global Green Growth Institute

Text analysis

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    • E focus: carbon intensity, climate change, climate risk, conservation, deforestation, degradation, emissions, energy, energy use, environment, environmental management, fisheries, forests, ghg emissions, greenhouse gas, hazardous waste, land use, oceans, pollution, recycled material, recycled materials, recycling, renewable energy, renewables, restoration, soil, solid waste, sustainable agriculture, waste, water, water management, water quality, water use, wetlands, biodiversity
    • S focus: compensation, discrimination, diversity, gender equality, human capital, human right, human rights, children
    • G focus: risk management
    • SDG 5: Gender Equality, SDG 13: Climate Action
    • Administrative services, Agriculture, Construction, Education, Finance, Management, Manufacturing, Mining, Transportation