Bolivia presented the INDC with its own vision of holistic development by prioritizing linking mitigation and adaptation actions in the areas of water, energy, forests and agriculture as part of its 2025 Patriotic Agenda and national development plans. The INDC falls under the framework of laws “Rights of Mother Earth” (law no. 071) and “Mother Earth and Integral Development to Live Well” (law no. 300). The country is fully aware that their goal of eradicating poverty in the country by 2025 will be reached if there are actions to fully develop the national economy and reduce the impacts of change climate. With regard to climate, Bolivia considers that it must make fair and ambitious efforts to address the impacts of climate change, while taking into consideration the context of historical responsibility, its ecological footprint, capacity development needs and technological capacity.