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Tanzania Sets Carbon Footprint Reduction Target at 20%
August 28, 2016
The Tanzanian government through its selected sectors seeks to apply climate change mitigation actions that will enable the country to achieve its target by 2030.
In East Africa, the government of Tanzania has stated that it intends on reducing its carbon footprint by 10-20% through key sectors including energy, transport, forestry and waste management by the year 2030.
An official from the Vice President's office of the environment, Freddy Manyika, told the media that these sectors were chosen as they contribute the most towards the country’s economic development.