Chinese airlines have joined U.S.

Leading financial institutions upped the ante on their future role in mitigating climate change as they called for more effective forest-carbon regulations during a United Nations report launch in London, just months ahead of an international climate change meeting to be held in South Africa.


This report by Transparency International explores major climate-related corruption risks, sets out practical guidelines and calls on strengthening of governance mechanisms to reduce corruption risk and make climate change policy effective and successful.

This report produced jointly by by GWEC, WISE and IWTMA focuses on the market opportunities and the legal and regulatory framework in India. Also provides an insight into the challenges and offers suggestions on how to overcome hurdles for wind power development.

This report assesses the scope and opportunities for forest carbon activities and investments in Sri Lanka, the implementation challenges and steps to move forward.

India with its diverse agro-climatic zones is particularly affected by climate change.

This paper assesses the practical contribution of the Gold Standard (GS) and Climate Community and Biodiversity (CCB) Standards to local development through the identification of high quality carbon offset projects and ensuring high standards of consultation with local communities during project development and implementation.

The World Economic Forum, in collaboration with Bloomberg New Energy Finance, has created a series of reports as part of its Green Investing project. This year's report, Green Investing 2011: Reducing the Cost of Financing, builds on two previous reports, Green Investing: Towards a Clean Energy Infrastructure and Green Investing 2010: Policy Mechanisms to Bridge the Financing Gap.

Japan has submitted proposals on new market mechanisms to cut greenhouse gases to the United Nations, aiming to complement UN talks by developing ways to use its low carbon technology.

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