The Role of the unfccc Regime in Ensuring Effective Adaptation in Developing Countries: Lessons from Bangladesh

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The goal of this article is to explore climate change adaptation efforts in Bangladesh within the context of the unfccc’s current efforts to assist developing countries such as Bangladesh with adaptation, and to offer recommendations for negotiators of the future climate regime.

The Role of the unfccc Regime in Ensuring Effective Adaptation in Developing Countries: Lessons from Bangladesh

in Climate Law

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