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Climate mitigation strategies such as emission reduction mechanisms have created a need for technical capacity development at national and sub-national levels. Moreover, there is a consensus among experts that climate mitigation strategies will not succeed unless the governance and corruption challenges they pose are effectively addressed. Given the critical role of the judiciary in ensuring good governance, there is now an urgent need to develop capacity among the judiciary to tackle the corruption risks in this emerging area.
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