A Review on Policy Change for Climate Change in Ethiopia

Feleke Yehuwalashet Motuma


For ever and a day, the Troposphere climate has changing but because of human being involvement it is now changing in advance than it has for thousands of years. The reviews summarized works carried out on policy change for climate change in Ethiopian context. So, the main objectives of this paper was Identifying what climate change combating strategies have been developed and implemented, against climate change in Ethiopia. To end the objective all necessary secondary sources were reviewed. Finally it was founded that, Climate change is one of the key problem of our time that create great pressure to our societies. Likely Ethiopia has been identified as one of the country’s most susceptible to severe climate .This, severe climate (like, flood and drought) have  deep negative influence on agricultural production, which have been a big impediment to the country’s economic growth. The incidence of droughts and floods has been identified to lessen growth potential of Ethiopia by more than one third. The Ethiopian Government has put in place combating strategies targeted at reducing the susceptibility of the country to climate change. Unlike the case of industrial countries which are required to alleviate their greenhouse gas emissions, the tangible measure needed from Ethiopia is to adapt to and lessen the influence of climate change through having development responsive national strategies and practical adaptation and mitigation measures.

Keywords: climate change, policy, extreme climate

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