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Corruption increases poverty and injustice. Let's fight it together...now

 

A METHODOLOGICAL STUDY- UNBUNDLING PLEDGES, ACTIONS OF INDCS AND MEASURING STAKEHOLDERS' PERCEPTIONS: THE CASE OF SOUTH ASIAN COUNTRIES

As a part of the United Nations Framework Conventions on Climate Change (UNFCCC) negotiation, all countries were asked to provide a global commitment to reduce carbon emission while the world search and reach an agreement on mitigation and adaptation measures. As a result countries have pledged to reduce their own carbon emission in order to contribute towards meeting the global targets to arrest the process of global warming in future and in particular keeping an average rise of the global temperature within +2°C by 2100. While many would argue that the announced carbon reductions pledged by the countries of the world fell short of its targets, it is still an important first step towards a goal on combating global warming. The South Asian Countries (Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) are among the countries, which have also agreed to reduce their carbon emission voluntarily. This, by itself, is a new dimension in the world.
 
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