The art of the implementation. Gender strategies transforming national and regional climate change decision making

By: Pearl Martinez, RebeccaContributor(s): Aguilar, Lorena | Rogers, François | Siles, JackelineLanguage: English Publisher: Gland: UICN, 2012Description: 119 p. ilusSubject(s): Cambio Climático | Género | Desarrollo SostenibleDDC classification: 305.3 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online Summary: As the title of this publication suggests, implementation of international agreements in individual countries is an art, not a science. There are diverse factors and challenges at play, including political will, adequate finance, and complex governance arrangements. These international agreements are not self-executing; that is, translating them into national policy and programming requires consistent and purposeful action. The art of implementation is a journey toward the realization of important ideas, a bridging of the gap between our aspirations and our achievements, and a continuous learning curve.
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As the title of this publication suggests, implementation of international agreements in individual countries is an art, not a science. There are diverse factors and challenges at play, including political will, adequate finance, and complex governance arrangements. These international agreements are not self-executing; that is, translating them into national policy and programming requires consistent and purposeful action. The art of implementation is a journey toward the realization of important ideas, a bridging of the gap between our aspirations and our achievements, and a continuous learning curve.

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