In this year's report, 67 UN entities report their greenhouse gas emissions for 2016. Of which, 56 provided data on waste and 39 were climate neutral.

Reflecting the growing momentum for carbon pricing worldwide, the 2017 edition of the State and Trends of Carbon Pricing targets the wide audience of public and private stakeholders engaged in carbon pricing design and implementation.

This report details a study on whether countries should use certified emission reductions – or CERs – to achieve post-2020 targets under the Paris Agreement. The Clean Development Mechanism is the world’s largest greenhouse gas crediting mechanism and will continue to issue CERs until 2020.

This discussion paper estimates the potential supply of certified emission reductions (CERs) from projects registered under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) for the period 2013 to 2020.

This report explores the introduction of carbon taxes with a national offset component and their interactions with other policy areas, and makes recommendations on this topic. In this task, the study focuses on the approaches Chile, Mexico and South Africa have chosen for elaborating their carbon taxes.

This publication is a guide for government and city planners to identify financing mechanisms as they develop their own wastewater and sanitation projects.

Greater cooperation through carbon trading could reduce the cost of climate change mitigation by 32 percent by 2030, according to a new World Bank report released at an international carbon event in Vietnam.

The report “A new approach for pre-financing ERPAs for household energy access programs” presents the concept for an innovative facility that provides financing ahead of the signing of an Emission Reduction Purchase Agreement (ERPA) and - if implemented – could substantially reduce the delivery risk of carbon credits and act as a model for repli

The report “The impact of INDCs, NAMAs and LEDs on Ci-Dev operations and programs” provides recommendations on how to manage the delivery risks of emission reductions, and opportunities after 2020.

International carbon offsetting can help reduce compliance costs in emissions trading schemes and at the same time support carbon mitigation projects in developing countries.

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