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Participating stakeholders included:

    • Central bank of Jordan
    • Ministry of Environment
    • Abdin Industrial
    • Jordan Chamber of Commerce
    • JSMO
    • Ministry of Industry and Trade
    • Royal Scientific Society
    • JSMO
    • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
    • UNDP
    • ABJ
    • JREEEF
    • Ministry of Agriculture

The NCAP aims to mitigate the environmental impact of cooling systems while ensuring sustainable development in Jordan. By promoting energy-efficient cooling technologies and practices, the plan seeks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, enhance energy efficiency, and safeguard public health.

During the meeting, participants engaged in collaborative discussions to outline the strategic objectives and action points of the NCAP. Emphasizing the importance of cross-sectoral cooperation, stakeholders explored avenues for effective implementation and monitoring of the plan’s initiatives.

The launch of the NCAP underscores Jordan’s commitment to fulfilling its obligations under international climate agreements, including the Paris Agreement. By fostering partnerships between government agencies, private enterprises, and civil society organizations, Jordan endeavors to foster a culture of sustainability and resilience in the face of climate change.

Moving forward, the implementation of the NCAP will involve targeted interventions, capacity-building efforts, and public awareness campaigns. Through concerted action and shared responsibility, Jordan aims to chart a sustainable path towards a cooler, greener future for generations to come.