NAMA Concepts for Bangladesh
This policy brief presents the results of a screening exercise to identify NAMA concepts for Bangladesh.
Multiple government planning documents were reviewed and applied to a standardized NAMA quick screen process to identify NAMA concepts that could be further validated and turned into NAMA proposals for Bangladesh. In total, 18 NAMA concepts were identified. A next step would be to conduct more detailed analysis to first prioritize the NAMA concepts and then develop detailed proposals highlighting emission, cost and sustainable development outcomes for priority NAMAs.This document is part of IISD's continued effort to promote low-carbon, climate-resilient development globally.
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