Rwanda is committed to become a green economy country and reduce emission by 38% by 2030
- Law prohibiting manufacturing, importation, use and sale of plastic carry bags and single use plastics established.
- Rwanda Green Growth Strategy revised
- Rwanda Green Fund (FONERWA) established
- Kigali amendment to Montreal protocol was signed in 2016 to gradually reduce the consumption and production of hydrofluorocarbons
- 60% share of renewable energy in power generation by 2050 from 53.7% in 2020
- Energy loss to be reduced to 6% by 2050 from 19.1% in 2019
- E- mobility incentives passed by the cabinet
- 600K Ha of irrigated land by 2025 (100% of irrigable land)
- Efficient use of land to reach 100% by 2050 from 94.1% in 2020
- Renewable water resource per capita to reach 1.7K m3/Year by 2050 from 1K m3/Year
- A joint Venture between GoR and Netafim was done to develop Gabiro Agribusiness hub. This is a fully irrigated commercial farms to lease to agro investors.