The following recommendations emerged from the discussions:
- Technology access and trade facilitation
- Strengthening the evidence base for development effectiveness
- Financing for a post-2015 Development Agenda
- Monitoring and Accountability Framework for post 2015 Development Agenda
This presentation by Mr. Masato Abe, ESCAP, is from the event "Myanmar and the Asia-Pacific: The Role of Policy Research in the Country's Economic and Trade Reform", held on 19-21 Febrauary 2015, Yangon, Myanmar.
Discussion paper: Valuing the sustainable development co-benefits of climate change mitigation actions: The case of the waste sector and recommendations for the design of nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs)