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From theory to practice: understanding transformational change in NAMAs

By: Mersmann, Florian.
Contributor(s): Holm Olsen, Karen | Wehnert, Timon | Boodoo, Zyaad.
Publisher: [Lugar de publicación no identificado]: Wuppertal Institute, UNEP DTU, 2014Description: 24 p.ISBN: 978-87-93130-23-4.Subject(s): NAMAS | Cambio TransformacionalDDC classification: 333.72 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online Summary: The objective of this paper is to propose an operational definition for what transformational change means in the context of Namas, taking into consideration ongoing discussions among Nama experts, and to give an overview of theoretical approaches to sustainability transitions and transformational change, exploring their possible applicability to Namas. The theoretical approaches are the basis to propose hypotheses for the dynamics, indicators and success factors that foster transformational change, which is necessary to assess whether a Nama intervention has been or can be transformational to achieve low carbon and sustainable development goals. this paper will serve as the basis for further exploration of a framework to assess the potential for transformational impacts of Namas.
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The objective of this paper is to propose an operational definition for what transformational change means in the context of Namas, taking into consideration ongoing discussions among Nama experts, and to give an overview of theoretical approaches to sustainability transitions and transformational change, exploring their possible applicability to Namas. The theoretical approaches are the basis to propose hypotheses for the dynamics, indicators and success factors that foster transformational change, which is necessary to assess whether a Nama intervention has been or can be transformational to achieve low carbon and sustainable development goals. this paper will serve as the basis for further exploration of a framework to assess the potential for transformational impacts of Namas.

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