This report describes how energy challenges vary significantly among the subregions and countries of Latin America and the Caribbean—but the potential of energy production from hydropower, solar and wind resources in the region is substantial.
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This report describes how water resources are at the core of sustainable development and contribute a range of services that promote economic growth and environmental sustainability.
This report presents 20 detailed recommendations on energy efficiency policies for Latin America and the Caribbean.
This report presents a novel overarching framework to help policymakers understand the evolution of renewable energy policy.
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.
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 design process of a decoupling mechanism contains a number of decision points that address policy and stakeholder priorities.