Mirjam Harmelink, Marion Vieweg & Dian Phylipsen (2015)

SQ Newsletter

In spite of large efforts spent on the development of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) only limited progress has been made in terms of actual implementation. Uncertainty regarding NAMA effectiveness in reducing GHG emissions tempers the willingness of potential funders to make investment decisions. We argue that using insights and methodologies available from the policy evaluation community could provide a fresh impulse in supporting the development and implementation of effective NAMAs.