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Carbon finance assist annual report 2009 : extending the reach of carbon markets to promote clean technologies in developing countries (Inglês)

Carbon finance (CF) - assist is a corporate program of the World Bank designed to help developing countries and economies in transition to better participate in the fast growing carbon market. The World Bank Institute has been entrusted to manage this program that trains and educates people who will be crucial catalysts in their countries to promote the deployment of clean technologies. CF-assist designed and implemented capacity building programs over the last three years focusing on strengthening regulatory institutions, helping put procedures in place, and assisting in project portfolio development, in addition to creating professional expertise through training. CF-assist has now been running for more than three years. In many countries, the initial phase of capacity building - basic training, establishing and strengthening designated national authorities (DNAs), etc. - has been completed. CF-assist has now embarked on new activities to respond to the emerging challenges, and is poised to expand its scope and reach significantly. This report summarizes the program achievements, impacts, and challenges during this period. Further, the report attempts to articulate a broad direction for future capacity building and describes the initiatives launched during this transition period.


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    Carbon finance assist annual report 2009 : extending the reach of carbon markets to promote clean technologies in developing countries

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