The MAPS Programme, which ran from 2010 to 2015, sought to build national scenarios to inform action towards a lower emissions future in four Latin American countries: Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Peru. The aim was to help combat climate change while fostering development, through contributing to an emerging body of knowledge with a long-term impact on policy making, planning and the institutionalisation of climate mitigation strategies.
At the CCDA-III conference, Anthony Dane urges African policy makers to consider MAPS as an alternative strategy for long-term development.
March 8, 2013//Equity & Climate Negotiations, Outputs, Papers
Equitable access to sustainable development: relevance to negotiations and actions on climate change
This paper reflects on the basis and relevance of EASD in the UNFCCC negotiations and analyses key arguments to achieve fairness in its implementation.