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MAPS Approach, Country Insights & Results

Building Institutional Capacities for Climate Change Policy Formation in Developing Countries: The Case of MAPS Chile

Practitioners and academics say there is an urgent need for documenting and analysing the processes of building climate change policies across the world, with an emphasis on integrating expert knowledge and broader social views in the process of generating evidence to support decision-making, in defining mitigation actions and adaptation measures, in implementation, and in evaluating potential impacts. This paper analyses the MAPS-Chile project from a processes perspective which emphasises decisions, strategic and methodological actions that articulate the relation and interaction between the various institutions and stakeholders involved.

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