Institutional climate change frameworks in developing countries

Briefing paper

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Date produced: 01/05/2019

As countries begin the process of turning their commitments under the Paris Agreement into action at domestic level, many developing countries acknowledge that their current legal and institutional framework is insufficient to adequately respond to climate change. This paper outlines a range of approaches adopted by some developing countries and emerging patterns, challenges faced in this process and suggests possible elements of effective governance structures.

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