The Ministry of Environment, Housing and Territorial Development (MAVDT) is the national authority on the environment, supervising Colombia’s commitments to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, and is the Designated National Authority (DNA) on climate change. With the progress of National Adaptation Plan to Climate Change (PNACC), Colombia focuses its adaptation efforts to build climate resilience in 100 percent of the country's territory by 2030. It outlines 10 priority actions in 6 prioritized sectors, including transport, energy, agriculture, housing, tourism and industry. The country aims to identify potential co-benefits and build synergies between mitigation and adaptation. The government of Colombia has initiated a number of studies and assessments to improve local responses to climate change.