...include actions in both developing as well as developed countries, focusing on five key sectors: renewable energy, industrial energy efficiency, building energy efficiency, transport, and waste. The stories showcased in The Road to NAMAs are particularly relevant for developing countries, with examples drawn from policies that have successfully reduced greenhouse gas emissions while contributing to measurable sustainable development outcomes.... continue reading »
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...s mitigation targets while realizing priority development objectives. Learning from the successes and limitations of the CDM – as well as from past unilateral, bilateral and multi-lateral programs, as showcased in CCAP’s The Road to NAMAs: Global Stories of Successful Climate Actions and Climate Finance Works – the NAMA framework offers a way to target international climate finance to have a far-reaching impact on global greenhouse gas emissions... continue reading »
...d’s have been successfully utilized by other countries. For instance, Namibia developed its solar industry through technical assistance to stakeholders and a revolving fund for solar projects. Chile created a credit line to provide low-interest loans for energy efficiency projects. This blog entry is part of a series that highlights successful climate change mitigation actions around the world, as described in The Road to NAMAs. CCAP hopes that... continue reading »
...Achieve, and Trade (PAT) scheme to facilitate industrial investment in energy efficiency through trading energy savings certificates. Also, Thailand established a special fund to provide concessional loans and other supports to banks that made loans for energy efficiency projects. This blog entry is part of a series that highlights successful climate change mitigation actions around the world, as described in The Road to NAMAs. CCAP hopes that... continue reading »