This position brief describes how policymakers worldwide are looking for ways to address the challenge of controlling real-world emissions brought to forefront by the Volkswagen case.
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This toolbox, an outcome of the 2015 UN-Water Annual International Zaragoza Conference, is comprised of a description of tools developed by the organizations of the United Nations System.
This report describes the increasing global demand for food and the need to address climate change risk. According to the authors, Brazil is a key player in this context and has made significant gains in recent decades.
This report describes how efficient markets, served by successful private enterprises, can contribute significantly to expanding energy access and result in longer-lasting solutions.
This policy and research report examines the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development's (CCICED's) 2014 policy research findings to understand the major policy progress and impact of CCICED policy recommendations regarding the environment and development.
This report describes how countries are increasingly turning to the use of fiscal instruments to support low-carbon development and efforts to reduce emissions, as is evidenced by the proliferation of the references to these instruments within the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (IND
This website examines the interactions between the energy and water sectors. It includes section on energy-water modeling and analysis, technology development and deployment, and energy-water system solutions.
This website provides statistics on natural gas vehicles (NGVs) and fueling stations in Europe; European NGV shares in the total vehicle market; NGV fuel consumption; and an overview of the number of NGVs in each European country at the end of 2010.
Produced by the U.S. Department of Energy, the Biomass Energy Databook provides data about the biomass industry, from the production of biomass feedstocks to their end use. The sources utilized represent the latest available data.
This report explores the feasibility of a scenario in which the United States would use wind energy to supply 20 per cent of its electricity demand by 2030 and compares it to a scenario in which no new wind capacity is installed in the nation.