Solomon Islands’ greenhouse gas emissions are only 0.01% of global emissions. However, climate change impacts affect the very existence of the Solomon Islands. According to the Solomon Islands National Adaptation Programme of Action, climate change is the most important developmental and environmental issue for the country and poses a significant impediment towards meeting its development goals. The country's Intended Nationally Determined Contribution report estimates that the total cost to implement the National Adaptation Program would be US$125,650,000. This includes money for agriculture, food security, water, sanitation, human settlements, human health, education awareness, low-lying islands, waste management, coastal protection, fisheries, marine resources, infrastructure development and tourism. The report also indicates that for a majority of this cost, funding is expected to come in the form of grants from the Green Climate Fund, Global Environment Facility, Adaptation Fund, and from various bi-lateral climate programs.