On the Need to Certify: Oversight of compliance with financial commitments under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change

The history of financial support for developing countries is seen by many as littered with disappointments and broken promises that have eroded trust to an unprecedented level. The aim of this Comment by Dr. Benito Müller. is to highlight this problem and to propose a solution through a system of certification and registration to be applied to payments towards such commitments.

By: Benito Müller

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