This report UNEP), describes how renewable energy and energy efficiency programs in developing countries contribute to narrowing the “2020 emissions gap”.
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The online platform is intended to equip policymakers, building owners and managers, practitioners and other professionals with the tools and resources they need to create better buildings for better cities.
This report is the second in a series of three briefs titled "Keys to Achieving Universal Energy Access." It describes how leveraging the experiences of socially oriented energy enterprises, civil society groups and investors focused on energy access in developing countries can help accelerate th
This report describes how (1) voluntary sustainability standards have grown rapidly in number and importance in global commodity markets over the past decade and (2) the growth is occurring in parallel with growing recognition of the importance of economic drivers in implementing sustainable deve
This report is intended to help policymakers, practitioners and funding agencies identify emerging adaptation good practices and the conditions necessary for scaling up those good practices to achieve adaptation success at scale.
This annual report is a composite index that focuses on tracking specific indicators to measure the energy system performance of 125 countries.
One of the biggest impediments to further clean energy progress is a lack of capital for technologies that have advanced out of the lab but still require testing and trails before being deployed.
According to the authors of this report, the Paris agreement on climate change opened nearly $23 trillion in opportunities for climate-smart investments in emerging markets between now and 2030.
This report outlines best practices for achieving sustainable private sector markets that are effective in reducing energy demand.
This white paper is part of Gender Equality for Climate Change Opportunities by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2014.