On March 5, 2020 Climate Home News reported that “Moldova is the latest country to submit a tougher climate plan to the UN, promising to cut emissions by 70% by 2030 as part of global efforts for action under the Paris Agreement.
Providing it receives technical, financial and technological support, the eastern European country said it could curb emissions by 88% by 2030, it said.
The nation of four million people committed under the 2015 Paris Agreement to cut emissions by at least 64% below 1990 levels by 2030 and strive for a 67% cut. Moldova’s emissions represent 0.026% of global greenhouse gas emissions.”
Moldova is the fourth country to formally submit an enhanced climate plan to the UN, following the Marshall Islands, Suriname and Norway.
You may read the article on the Climate Home News internet site.