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EC Research in the field of climate change 2nd EIONET workshop on climate change vulnerability impacts and adaptation EEA, Copenhagen, 9-10 October 2008. Wolfram Schrimpf Climate Change & Environmental Risks Unit Research Directorate General European Commission firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Using the AMS method to evaluate the policy framework for potential CDM projects in the BSEC countries. Dr. Popi KONIDARI Head of Climate Change Unit of KEPA. Structure. Introduction Review of policy framework in BSEC countries for potential Clean Development Mechanism projects
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