This report assesses the science of climate change and its impacts across the United States, now and in the future.
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This report describes the state of land and water resources for food production. The authors analyse threats to food security, energy security and sustainable development.
This report describes renewable energy targets, why countries should set them, and how they should be designed and translated into specific policy instruments.
This report presents a detailed first assessment of the energy sector impact of national climate pledges for the 2015 Paris Climate Conference (COP21); proposes measures that can advance climate goals through the energy sector without affecting economic growth; and recommends four pillars on whic
This report examines the complex process of transforming power systems. It offers evidence for power system transformation by providing a collection of empirical examples of the types of innovations that are emerging worldwide.
This report considers remote prosumers as roof-top solar PV customers in remote areas and islands. It describes how they are deploying renewable energy, some with ambitious plans to meet 100% of their electricity or even final energy needs with renewables.
This report describes how cities in the United States are increasingly taking action to improve the sustainability of their jurisdictions and how clean energy and energy efficiency must be central components of these efforts.
This report describes Fiji's dependence on imports of petroleum-based fuels and assesses its endowment of a broad mix of renewable energy resources.
This fact sheet outlines how electricity supply options (renewable vs. traditional), specifically utility-scale renewable energy systems, can be appropriately compared.
This report describes how, in recent years, China has grown into a major provider of coal power finance in overseas markets, replacing financing by major development institutions while providing potentially less stringent environmental guidelines.