The Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission hereby publishes under sub-section (3) of Section 181 of the Electricity Act, 2003, the following draft of the Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission (Renewable Energy) Regulations, 2015.

This Technical Note provides a summary of the key elements and design features of 11 different carbon offset programs. It discusses the essential differences and similarities between programs, and discusses how these programs address key issues, such as: efficiency, environmental integrity, applicability, and transaction costs.

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has been registered as the world's first transport sector project under the Programme of Activities (PoA) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Clima

This paper discusses the potential co-benefits, such as additional local air quality and improved public health, from climate change policies implemented in Asia.

The CDM has by now become an established mechanism for crediting climate friendly projects. Projects involving displacement or saving of grid electricity must calculate their emission reductions based on a grid emission factor which needs to be determined in accordance with the rules set by the CDM Executive Board.

This paper by Overseas Development Institute maps the emergence of climate change policy in India and subsequently traces the evolution of arrangements around climate finance.

Rapid urbanization and economic growth, new demographic trends, and climate change are key challenges that developing countries must face as they strive to meet growing energy demand.

Bankers have been urged to invest in projects that help to reduce the effects of drastic weather changes such as drought and floods, especially now that the hype about climate change appears to be

There is a growing quest for synergy between mitigation and adaptation due to concerns of inefficiency and ineffectiveness of the compartmentalized approaches to climate change. However, little has been done to explore the necessary enabling conditions for synergistic design and implementation. This paper proposes an analytical framework to assess enabling conditions for synergies at the national level and applies it to developing countries to explore the potential move toward synergy. Four enabling conditions for integrating adaptation and mitigation, i.e.

This paper provides key messages for climate change negotiators and policy makers on the potential contribution of the land transport sector to global climate change mitigation strategies.

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