The fight against climate change needs the full engagement of developing countries. And for this to happen argues Luis Gomez-Echeverri national institutions with the capacity to identify priorities and manage the resources for action are urgently needed. The report focuses on the institutional needs and best practices already found.
At the heart of any financial architecture debate is the question: who decides who gets how much and for what purpose? In this Comment Dr. Benito Müller. discusses the need to devolve funding decisions to the recipients as well as the need for joined-up decision-making through designated national funding entities.
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