Status under International Climate Change Law

  • UNFCCC: signature (13 June 1992), ratification (19 October 1995), and entry into force (17 January 1996)
  • KP: signature (25 February 1999), ratification (19 July 2000), and entry into force (16 February 2005)
    Quantified emission limitation or reduction commitment: na
  • Vienna Convention: accession (14 October 1993)
  • Montreal Protocol: accession (14 October 1993)


Federal Laws on Climate Change



Forests and Land Use


Government Documents


Factual Matters


Secondary Sources

Bank of Economic Integration of Central America. Comparative Analysis of the Regulatory Framework, Incentives and Tariff Rates Existing System for Buying Electricity Generation Plants Renewable Energy in Central America and Panama. Accessible at http://www.proyectoareca.org

United Nations Development Programme (2011). Addressing Climate Change Risks on Water Resources in Honduras: Increased Systemic Resilience and Reduced Vulnerability of the Urban Poor. Adaption Learning Mechanism. Accessed at http://undp.adaptationlearning.net/project/af_honduras


Updated as of: May 19, 2014