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International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.
Samoa is highly exposed to natural hazards such as tropical cyclones, earthquakes, tsunamis, droughts, and floods. These damage economic growth and impact debt sustainability adversely. Increasing frequency and intensity of coastal storms are likely to amplify damage to infrastructure and livelihoods. Slow-moving climate stresses such as sea level rise and increasing heat hazard are also likely to impact potential growth in the main economic sectors such as agriculture, fisheries, and tourism.
International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.

ACRONYMS PREFACE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CLIMATE CHANGE RISKS AND IMPACT A. Impact of Climate Change Risks on the Macro Framework and Long-Term Outlook NATIONAL STRATEGY FOR CLIMATE CHANGE B. The NDC and Other Climate Resilience Building Strategies MITIGATION PLANS C. Meeting Emission Reduction Targets D. Carbon Taxation and Fuel Subsidy Policies E. Distributional Impact of Recommended Mitigation Strategies DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT STRATEGY F. Risk Assessment G. Risk Retention H. Risk Transfer I. Financial Sector Preparedness ADAPTATION PLANS

International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.

government and commercial fleets. This could be supported with feebates to encourage the take up of fuel-efficient cars and energy-efficient appliances. Selected tax reforms in kerosene, LPG, and electricity can help meet mitigation objectives. The revenue raised from these tax measures can be used to strengthen the social safety net, mitigating the adverse impact of higher energy prices on vulnerable households . C. Meeting Emission Reduction Targets How Does the Country Intend to Meet its Emission Reduction Targets? Is the Long-Term Decarbonization Plan