The main purpose of this handbook is to assist people who are working in or with local government to develop sustainable energy and climate action plans and implementation programs.
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The International Energy Agency (IEA) - Renewable Energy Technology Deployment (RETD) program’s mandate is to address cross-cutting issues that influence the deployment of renewable energy and to act as a vehicle to accelerate the market introduction and deployment of renewable energy technologi
This website describes a low carbon community program in the United Kingdom run by the Marches Energy Agency in partnership with Shropshire County Council.
This website supports the adoption of low carbon and zero carbon technologies and lifestyles at a community level. It enables groups engaged in this technology adoption to be as effective and efficient as possible by providing policy examples and options.
Formed in 1992, the Energy Saving Trust is a social enterprise with a charitable foundation. Through its partnerships, it offers impartial advice to communities and households on how to reduce carbon emissions, use water more sustainably and save money on energy bills.
This scoping report provides a policy-relevant summary of potential benefits to health from reducing emissions of short-lived climate pollutants. It brings together available knowledge from the health and climate domain into one scoping review.
TRANSrisk conducted 15 case studies that explore the transition to low-carbon economies, including 14 country-level case studies and one at the global and regional level.
The second of the Capacity for Development for the Clean Development Mechanism (CD4CDM) perspectives series, this collection of 13 papers aims to address the question of how to reform the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) in a post-2012 climate regime.
This report showcases a methodology to evaluate the performance of different public finance mechanisms and their suitability for replication in other applications, policy contexts, and geographies across the clean energy continuum.
This report describes how crafting global actions that all nations believe to be equitable has been a central challenge for international climate policy for more than two decades.