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additionality

(əˌdɪʃəˈnælɪtɪ)
n
1. (in Britain) the principle that money raised by the National Lottery should only be spent on projects that would not otherwise be funded by government spending
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in the European Union) the principle that the EU contributes to the funding of a project in a member country provided that the member country also contributes
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additionality

[əˌdɪʃəˈnælɪtɪ] Nadicionalidad f
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I don't know if they really understand additionality, but I do know that they don't really care about additionality.
Judging additionality has turned out to be unknowable and unworkable.
If the answer is yes, then the project fails the additionality test.
The Draft decision prepared by the co-chairs include important decisions that cover the use of Carbon Capture and Storage, Share of Proceeds, Retroactive crediting as well as a call for input for submissions on new and existing additionality tools.
The report said there was a need to force member states to comply with the so-called additionality rule more rigorously.
If the additionality principle is honored, Acker [1989, 165] observes that "food aid programs provide an opportunity to empty granaries and warehouses, build up taste preferences for U.
A spokesman for the Department of the Department of Culture, Media and Sports, which oversees the National Lottery, said: "If our attention is drawn to possible abuses of the additionality rules, we would take a close look at the claims.
Additionality in US agri-environmental programmes for working land: A preliminary look at new data
IFC's expected role and additionality would consist in: (i) creating a demonstration effect by investing into the first water project implemented under a Public Private Partnership financing structure in Sub-Saharan Africa; (ii) providing long-term financing which would not be available from commercial banks; (iii) offering financing terms which would support an affordable selling price to the water utility over the life of the Project; and (iv) providing an interest rate swap to cover the loans contracted by the Project Company.