Developing countries have agreed to prepare and implement Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) as a part of their contribution to global mitigation efforts. While initiatives to assist developing countries to prepare and implement NAMAs are scattered, uncoordinated and in short supply; multilateral, bilateral and other organizations are in the process of supporting developing countries with different aspects of mitigation.

In this context, the NAMA Partnership emerges as a group of multilateral organizations, bilateral cooperation agencies and think tanks that have come together to work on Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs). The international partnership on NAMAs has been created with the objective to enhance collaboration and complementarity of the activities of the different organizations to accelerate support to developing countries in preparation and implementation of their NAMAs. The partnership aims to identify best practices and share knowledge to facilitate the preparation and implementation of NAMAs in developing countries, among others.

You can download the NAMA Partnership flyer here.

17 OCTOBER 2017