CLIMATE ACTION PROGRAMME


Reports

  1. The New Climate Economy: Better growth better climate
    The New Climate Economy: Better growth better climate 1 Jul 2016

    The Global Commission on the Economy and Climate, and its flagship project The New Climate Economy, were set up to help governments, businesses and society make better-informed decisions on how to achieve economic prosperity and development while also addressing climate change

    Tech. & Innovation,Policy
  2. UNEP: Unlocking the sustainable potential of land resources
    UNEP: Unlocking the sustainable potential of land resources 30 Jun 2016

    This report was prepared by the Working Group on Land and Soils of the International Resource Panel (IRP). The IRP was established to provide independent, coherent and authoritative scientific assessments on the use of natural resources and its environmental impacts over the full life cycle and contribute to a better understanding of how to decouple economic growth from environmental degradation

    Policy,Agriculture
  3. IRENA: G20 TOOLKIT FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY DEPLOYMENT
    IRENA: G20 TOOLKIT FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY DEPLOYMENT 30 Jun 2016

    According to IRENA’s REmap, a doubling of the renewable energy share in the global energy mix by 2030 combined with a doubling of annual improvements in energy efficiency would set the world on a path that could limit global warming well below 2 degrees Celsius (°C) above pre-industrial levels by the end of this century, in line with what the countries have agreed in Paris at the 21st session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

    Policy,Sustainable Energy,Carbon Reduction,COP 21
  4. Addleshaw Goddard: Energy Brexit Debate
    Addleshaw Goddard: Energy Brexit Debate 16 May 2016

    Addleshaw Goddard’s debate on the EU Referendum and the implications for the UK Energy Sector heard from a panel that agreed that leaving the EU would be a bad idea, but said that the impact of a vote to leave on the energy sector was not the main reason to stay

    Policy,Sustainable Energy

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