Uzbekistan is highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and has identified agriculture, forestry, biodiversity, energy, health, and water resources as the most vulnerable sectors. Uzbekistan submitted its Third National Communication to the UNFCCC in 2016. The country’s climate change adaptation planning is executed by the Centre of Hydrometeorological Service (Uzhydromet), under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan has adopted a number of documents and strategies associated with the regulation of actions and implementation of measures for vulnerable areas and has realized success towards the implementation of the Kyoto Protocol mechanisms. The country has established 15 Clean Development Mechanisms (CDM) projects, registering 14 million tons (tCO2e) of Certified Emission Reductions (CER), placing Uzbekistan first among CIS and Eastern European countries in the number of CDM projects. In late 2016, the Government of Uzbekistan reached out to UNDP to request support on the formulation and implementation of a National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Process. Assessments and development of the country’s NAP development process is ongoing.