UNDP Releases Briefing Papers on the Bali Action Plan Negotiations
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October 2008: As part of its project to strengthen national capacity in developing countries to assess climate change policy alternatives, the UN Development Programme (UNDP) Environment and Energy Group has released a series of papers on the Bali Action Plan negotiations.

The final document is entitled “Bali Action Plan: Key Issues in the Negotiations – […]

October 2008: As part of its project to strengthen national
capacity in developing countries to assess climate change policy alternatives,
the UN Development Programme (UNDP) Environment and Energy Group has released a
series of papers on the Bali Action Plan negotiations.

The final document is
entitled “Bali Action Plan: Key Issues in the Negotiations – Summary for Policy
Makers” and comprises a brief background on the Bali Action Plan, as well as
summaries of UNDP’s six thematic background briefing documents (on mitigation,
adaptation, technology transfer and deployment, financing, land use, land-use
change and forestry (LULUCF), and national policies). The briefings are
expected to provide inputs to national positions during negotiations under the
UNFCCC. [UNDP Series
on the Bali Action Plan]
[The Bali
Action Plan: Key Issues in the Climate Negotiations – Summary for Policy Makers
]

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