This paper published by UNEP Risø Centre argues for a new integrated approach to asses NAMAs' SD impacts that consists of SD indicators, procedures for stakeholder involvement and safeguards against negative impacts.

The report, titled 'Framework for Infrastructure Assets: A Case Study of Konkan Railways,' summarizes the uncertainties and risks that infrastructure assets face due to climate variability and suggests possible adaptation strategies.

This new study published by UNEP Risø Centre evaluates policy and design interventions for the implementation of NMT projects in Indian cities and considers their impact on road users.

The new guidebook published by UNEP Risø Centre focuses on the meaning of "low carbon" in the context of long-term global climate stabilization target, low carbon scenarios with alternate development pathways to achieve these scenarios and the role of low carbon development in India.

This year’s Perspectives from UNEP and its UNEP Risø Centre in collaboration with the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) focuses on the elements of a new climate agreement by 2015 that will contribute to achieve the 2°C limit for global warming.

This publication is intended to enable national policy makers and other stakeholders, such as the private sector and technical experts, to acquaint themselves with the concept of NAMA.

The ‘Economics of forest and forest carbon projects - Translating lessons learned into national REDD+ implementation’ report draws lessons on finance options and barriers related to project activities from the forest sector.

The requirements for measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) of nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs) are one of the crucial topics on the agenda of international negotiations to address climate change mitigation.

This edition of the Technology Transfer Perspectives Series focuses on how to create an 'enabling framework' for the diffusion of renewable energy technologies in developing countries.