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.
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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 report describes how renewable energy and energy efficient technologies have rapidly become cost-effective solutions for overcoming the diverse energy challenges facing the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).
This recorded webinar examined the Meltemi Community Pilot Site, which serves as a living test field in several European and national R&D projects. It has been used to validate methods of intelligent load management and increasing use of renewable energy systems.
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 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.
This report describes how the development of energy service markets plays a crucial role in increasing energy access worldwide.
This report–the eighth in a series of studies on electricity generating costs–presents levelized cost of electricity projections for baseload and renewable generation plants commissioned in 2020.
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).