Foreign aid for capacity-building to address climate change: Insights and applications
AbstractThe paper examines the role of foreign aid in building capacity to address climate change. While the experience with this topic is relatively recent and not yet extensive, analogous questions have arisen in many other areas of foreign aid. It is likely th
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climate change impacts; agriculture; sea level; climate impacts assessment; development aid;
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