Ethiopia aims to achieve middle-income status by 2025. However, following the conventional development path would, among other adverse effects, result in a sharp increase in GHG emissions and unsustainable use of natural resources. If Ethiopia were to pursue a conventional economic development path to achieve its ambition of reaching middle-income status by 2025, GHG emissions would more than double. To avoid such negative effects, the Government of Ethiopia has developed a strategy to build a green economy. In order to achieve this, the Government has produced a Climate Resilient Green Economy (CRGE) strategy, which allows ethiopia to achieve middle-income status by 2025 but in a low-carbon, climate-resilient manner. ethiopia's ambition to become a "green economy front-runner" is an expression of its potential for and belief in a sustainable model of growth. This website allows users to (1) register CRGE projects under the “CRGE Registry” function and (2) track the implementation and effects of the CRGE actions and goals under the “CRGE measurement, reporting and verification” function.Download CRGE Strategy
The CRGE Registry is a mechanism for CRGE project submission. In this portal, users can register a project for recognition and, once submitted, the registry allows for information exchange on various aspects of the project management cycle. The registry is used to disseminate information on CRGE projects to government partners and donors.
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Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV)
The CRGE measurement, reporting and verification database allows users to submit information related to the implementation and greenhouse gas (GHG) effects of actions under the CRGE. In doing so, progress towards individual actions, as well as to overall sectoral and economy-wide goals in the CRGE, can be tracked.
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