The Local Climate Change Plan (PLCC) of Lima details how the city will manage the risks associated with climate change, with a focus on the most vulnerable populations, under an inclusive and equitable approach, in order to build a prosperous, inclusive and resilient city. It includes 144 mitigation, adaptation and governance actions organised into nine strategies that seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30% until 2030, increase local resilience and improve the city's capacities to adapt to climate related hazards. Another contribution of the plan is the Mitigation Scenario Study, which analysed possible greenhouse gas scenarios for 2030, 2040 and 2050, to identify mitigation actions for the sectors of sustainable mobility, eco-efficiency, waste management, sustainable construction and air quality. The scope of the plan covers the 43 districts of Metropolitan Lima, including its natural and rural areas, which will allow for a comprehensive climate management of the city, with cross-cutting axes in vital sectors. NBS are implemented at various scales to connect urban green spaces and to improve the provision of ecosystem services. This includes large scale protection and restoration of key local ecosystems (such as the three rivers of Lima) as well as small scale interventions on buildings (such as green roofs and facades).