This report assesses the impact of the road transport sector on energy demand, CO2 emissions and air pollution in several selected major emerging economies over the coming decades under several IEA modelling scenarios.

The Ministry of Law and Justice (MoL&J) on August 04, 2023, notified the Forest (Conservation) Amendment Act, 2023 further to amend the Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980.

Since the publication of its latest Power Development Plan (PDP) in 2020 (PDP 2018 Revision 1), Thailand has considerably increased its emissions reductions objectives, announcing a net zero greenhouse gas emissions target for 2065 and carbon neutrality for 2050.

The Indian Railways, one of the biggest train networks worldwide, transports over 24 million passengers and 3 MT of freight daily. It is a major energy consumer in the country with a significant emission footprint. To overcome these challenges, the government has set a target to achieve 100% electrification of the railway network by 2024.

This publication analyses the current state of decarbonisation and climate ambition in the transport sectors of G20 countries.

To reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050, we need to bring the right technologies to commercial scale within the next decade.

India aims to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2070 – a demanding task given the country’s ambitious sustainable development objectives.

Analyzing the potential of carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) to secure a low-carbon environment for Asia and the Pacific, this Asian Development Bank (ADB) compendium features 11 CCUS technologies and tools.

CDP’s new analysis of corporate disclosure on forest-related risks has been published, revealing that more than 1,000 companies are now disclosing relevant data.

After the Goods and Services Tax (GST), the GST cess is the second largest pool of taxes collected on passenger cars in India.