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.
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This report, published by the World Resources Institute (WRI), describes how the techniques of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling, in combination, have opened up vast new areas for natural gas production, altering the energy landscape in the United States.
This website is a resource platform for local governments to find possible low emission development solutions for their cities. It contains sectoral and cross-sectoral packages of activities, and it is structured along local government responsibilities and spheres of influence.
The DSM University is built on 20 years of experience of the International Energy Agency’s DSM implementing agreement. It provides structured access to the knowledge developed in the agreement, and it aims to be a community of practice on DSM themes.
The report begins with a brief description of the role of procurement within the green growth paradigm and an introduction to key concepts.
This discussion paper aims to contribute to the development of an integrated science-based set of indicators to monitor progress towards sustainable consumption and production (SCP) patterns that support achievement of the sustainable development goals (SDGs).
This report addresses the contributions bioenergy can offer to reduce the use of fossil fuels in cities. Seven European cities are included in the study, which demonstrates how bioenergy can be integrated into the urban energy system.
The authors of this preliminary study explore two key types of non-road mobile sources in India: agricultural tractors and construction equipment.
This document describes opportunities developed by the U.S.
This issue brief describes the variation across U.S. households in the effects of a carbon pricing policy.