Routledge advances in climate change research.
The Paris Framework for Climate Change Capacity Building aims to fill a gap in the literature by unearthing the ineffective and unsustainable practices of capacity building by bilateral and multilateral agencies in developing countries in the last decade, the gaps and lacunae in those processes, and the way forward. -- Provided by publisher.
Formatted Contents Note
chapter 1 'Puzzling, confusing, and ... vacuous' Capacity building from the World Bank to climate governance / Mizan R. Khan chapter 2 The meagre history and politics of capacity building under the UNFCCC / Mizan R. Khan chapter 3 Has it worked elsewhere? Capacity-building efforts in development and environmental regimes / Mizan R. Khan chapter 4 Needed A capacity-building framework that's up to the task / Mizan R. Khan chapter 5 Case studies Bangladesh, Uganda and Jamaica / Shaila Mahmud chapter 6 Lessons learned from agency initiatives on capacity building / Julianna Bradley chapter 7 Universities as the central hub of capacity building / Shaila Mahmud chapter 8 Capacity building and transparency under Paris / Stacy-ann Robinson chapter 9 Conclusion Implementing the Paris framework on capacity building / Mizan R. Khan.