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Evaluating Climate Change Action for Sustainable Development

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Evaluating Climate Change Action for Sustainable Development
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN-13: 9783319437026
Number of pages: 355

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This authoritative book presents the ever progressing state of the art in evaluating climate change strategies and action. Important topics include how policies and organisations aim to achieve impact and how this is measured, whether climate change is mainstreamed into other development programs, and whether operations are meeting the urgency of climate change challenges.

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