Two months are gone since the world welcomed and celebrated the approval of the Paris Climate Agreement. The arduously negotiated text has set the grounds for all countries to build a common pathway for a global transition to low carbon economies in the next decades. While the Paris text provides strong signals to markets and governments to encourage investments in renewable energy, low carbon agriculture and climate resilient infrastructure, to name a few, there is still a high degree of uncertainty about if and how countries will effectively incorporate the implementation of the Paris agenda in their national development strategies and policies.

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