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The Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) is the new kid on the block in the battle against climate change. The NAMA is the most decisive instrument devised to address the fact that today the only source of growing emissions are the world’s developing countries. But as it is based purely on voluntarism it crucially depends on financing models that can lift the concept off the ground. This book provides the first insights as to how this concept can deliver on its promise – and challenges some of the fundamental mantras in international climate change collaboration.
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