This factsheet outlines the problems associated with using solid fuels in open fires and traditional stoves for cooking. It proposes solutions to those problems and covers the co-benefits of “clean cooking”.
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This is the second in a series of three briefs on behavior change and communication strategies to successfully promote clean cooking technologies. Proposed strategies include liquidity constraints and promoting stoves to people with purchasing power.
This report addresses the gap in communication and language that exists between mini-grid developers and investors about mini-grid risks and their management.
This report describes the increasing global demand for food and the need to address climate change risk. According to the authors, Brazil is a key player in this context and has made significant gains in recent decades.
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 web page provides presentations, workshops and training materials from the IRENA conference on Island Energy Transitions: Pathways for Accelerated Uptake of Renewables, which took place in Martinique 22-24 June 2015.
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.
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 presentation explored renewable energy certificates (REC) definitions, explained how RECs are tracked and traded electronically, and examined the tradeoffs to buying and selling RECs. The presentation concluded with a comparison of how renewable attributes are tracked in various countries.