The Global Environment Facility (GEF) needs to set clear policies and priorities for future work and investments in biofuel related projects while providing guidance to countries that are keen to engage themselves in this sector.

The chemical industry produces over 100,000 chemicals which have improved the quality of our lives. These chemicals are being produced for purposes ranging from fulfilling domestic and industrial needs, boosting agriculture, making our clothing fire resistant and producing components for our mobile phones or other electronic devices. Every day new chemicals are formulated and produced.

The coastal region that is a focus of the proposed project, namely the East Godavari River Estuarine Ecosystem (EGREE), is located on the eastern side of the Indian peninsula, in the State of Andhra Pradesh. The long coastline of Andhra Pradesh stretches over 973.7 kilometers (12% of India’s total coastline), and covers 9 districts from Srikakulam to Nellore.

The UNDP as the implementing agency for the project entitled: India: IND Energy Efficiency Improvements in Commercial Buildings - under the Programmatic Framework for Energy Efficiency in India. The project aims at promoting the construction of new energy efficient buildings or use of EE technologies and equipment in existing buildings.

This report highlights the GEF

This booklet contains several examples of projects in the land degradation focal area and notes synergies in combating climate change. Land degradation affects more than 33 percent of the planet

Many chemicals are dangerous to human and ecosystem health. Among the worst is a range of synthetic organic compounds that persist in the environment for long periods of time. GEF

Investing in sustainable transport reduces carbon dioxide emissions and helps mitigate the potential impacts of climate change. This publication details GEF

A review report on GEF

Technology transfer is seen as playing a critical role in the
global response to the challenges of climate change. Indeed,
the transfer of environmentally sound technologies (ESTs) is
embodied in the very fabric of the United Nations Framework