Identifying NAMAs in selected countries

Stakeholder consultation on “Analyzing Issues and Options for implementing NAMA’s – A Developing Country Perspective”.

Date: 11 August 2011  |  Venue: TERI, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi

ERC research Anya Boyd presenting at the event.
ERC research Anya Boyd presenting at the event.

The first Stakeholder consultation on ‘Analyzing Issues and Options for implementing NAMA’s – A Developing Country Perspective’ was organized by TERI in New Delhi on 11th August 2011. The stakeholder workshop was organized as a part of the second phase under a larger project titled “Developing country participation in addressing climate change: Analyzing issues and options for India”, being undertaken by an association between TERI and MFA, Norwegian Embassy. Interim findings of the first work package of the study were presented in front an audience of policy makers, academicians and representatives from the civil society and the business community.

The event started with a discussion on understanding the different perspectives from different stakeholders’ i.e. policy, research, civil society and legal on what ‘nationally appropriate’ entails in NAMAs. While it was agreed that the current knowledge on NAMAs is quite inadequate with several open ended questions at present, all the speakers spoke in consensus that NAMAs should be based on national priorities of social and economic development, while discussing the need for clear and common guidelines for methodologies and MRV issues surrounding NAMAs

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