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Footing the bill for climate change

Footing the bill for climate change

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Report - Footing the bill for climate change
The duty of the rich and the right of the poor to develope
Report - Footing the bill for climate change
The duty of the rich and the right of the poor to develope

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Published by: Naturskyddsföreningen on Sep 09, 2011
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Report
Footing the bill or climate change
 – the duty o the rich and the right o the poor to development
 
Footing the bill or climate change
This report was originally published in Swedish in early spring o 2009 as a joint eort by the Swedish Society or Nature Conservation, Forum Syd, Diakonia and the SwedishCooperative Centre, with Göran Eklö as commissioned author. Apart rom a ew minor updates this report is essentially a translated version o the original which was published as no 33 o Globala Studier. The Swedish versioncan be ordered rom www.orumsyd.org.
Author:
Göran Eklö 
Translation
: Emma Henningson
Project Manager:
Niclas Hällström
Layout:
Carina Grave-Müller, Naturskyddsöreningen
Photo:
www.sxc.hu
Print:
åtta.45, Stockholm
Order No:
9054
ISBN:
978-91-558-0172-4
Produced with economic support rom Sida. Sida has not participated in the production o the publication and has not evaluated the acts or opinions that are expressed.
 
Footing the bill or climate change
Preace 4The challenge 7Current nancing mechanisms 16i. Mechanisms within the climate convention 17ii.Other existing nancing mechanisms 23Negotiations or new nancing mechanisms 27
i. Proposals that primarily deal with how funds can
be mobilised 27
ii. Proposals that address the allocation of commitments -
and the administration o unds 29iii. Proposals that primarily address emission trading 32Climate change issues rom a development perspective 35Reerence list 43
Contents
Abbreviations:
AOSIS Alliance o Small Island StatesCCS Carbon Capture and StorageCDM Clean Development MechanismCIF Climate Investment FundsDAC Development Assistance CommitteeG77 Group o 77 a coalition o 130 develop-ing o the OECD countriesGDR Greenhouse Development RightsGEF Global Environment Facility, (UN)IDA International Development Association,World Bank’s und or the poorest countriesIPCC Intergovernmental Panel on Climate ChangeJI Joint ImplementationLDC Least Developed CountriesNAPA National Adaptation Programmes o ActionODA Overseas Development AidOECD Organisation or Economic Co-operationand DevelopmentREDD Reduced Emissions rom Deorestation andForest DegradationSida The Swedish International DevelopmentCooperation AgencyUNDP United Nations Development ProgrammeUNFCCC United Nations Framework Convention onClimate Change

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