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- KurzbeschreibungUnder the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, Clean Development <br>Mechanism allows developed countries to invest in <br>abatement opportunities in developing countries and <br>receive credit for the resulting emissions <br>reductions, thus becoming a tool for technology <br>transfer. In past, developing countries have <br>been eager to participate in technology transfer but <br>has often come at a cost and not in the most <br>beneficial way. The spirit of CDM is to support <br>sustainable development and encourage mutually <br>beneficial transfer of appropriate technologies. CDM <br>has potential to fund technological leapfrogging <br>that would enable developing countries to bypass <br>inefficient choices. This research explores how <br>Clean Development Mechanism can potentially play <br>such a role and how suitable it is within the <br>broader picture of poverty and underdevelopment in <br>the developing countries. This work argues that CDM, <br>has the potential to become a useful tool in coping <br>with climate change and benefit the entire global <br>population if it embraces simultaneously social, <br>economic and environmental responsibility and avoids <br>becoming yet another tool to make the economically <br>rich more richer.
- AutorRabiul Amin
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- Gewicht285 g
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