Country profile

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

General Statistics:

  • Population: 3.53 million (Domestic Census, 2013)
  • GDP: US$16.0 billion (2015, World Bank estimate)
  • Greenhouse Gas Emissions: 37.3 million metric tons gross emissions in 2011 (31.1 million metric tons net, accounting for LULUCF), on a carbon-dioxide equivalent basis.
  • Energy use per capita: 236,320 Kg of oil, 2013

Important Initiatives related to Climate Change:

INDC: In its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC), submitted to the UNFCCC in 2015, Bosnia and Herzegovina set a target of unconditionally reducing the growth of emissions by 2030 by two percentage points (18% rather than 20% above 1990 levels. With international assistance, the target set is 3% below 1990 emissions levels. The text of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s INDC can be viewed here.

NEEAP: Bosnia’s last draft of the 2nd and 3rd EEAP was submitted in March 2016 and is still not finalised and adopted. You can find more information here.

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Tools

LEDS Energy Toolkit 2.0

November 18, 2016

A collection of leading instruments and methodologies for climate-compatible energy planning, this toolkit offers energy practitioners, policymakers, and experts a quick reference guide to some of the best-established instruments available at no or low cost

LEDS Newsletter

Issue3: The first LEDS-EEP webinar series continues!

September 19, 2017

This week, the LEDS-EEP continues its webinar programme series on “Tools and Methodologies for Municipal and Regional Sustainable Energy Planning”...

Libraries and Reports

Fossil CO2 & GHG emissions of all world countries

November 7, 2017

This publication provides a fact sheet with time series of GHG emissions from most anthropogenic activities

News and Events