To align to 1.5°C compatible pathways, Sri Lanka needs to reduce its GHG emissions to 17-26 MtCO₂e/yr by 2030, or reductions of around 28-52% below 2015 levels by 2030, excluding LULUCF. With international support, Sri Lanka could adopt a more ambitious policy framework for scaling up renewable energy to enhance its energy security and independence.

Sri Lankaʼs total GHG emissions

excl. LULUCF MtCO₂e/yr

NDC tool kit

Sri Lanka's NDC actions align with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) across adaptation, mitigation, and loss and damage sectors. This ensures that climate action and sustainable development go hand-in-hand. A total of 16 sectors were integrated into CSG Dashboard, demonstrating a holistic and comprehensive approach to addressing the climate crisis.