In spite of progress made to date and the significant long-term ambition announced by many countries, climate policy actions remain insufficient to meet the Paris Agreement objectives.

The purpose of this report is to provide the technical background of processes of renewable hydrogen production and its applications in key sectors and discusses factors which will determine the costs reductions for the commercialisation of renewable hydrogen to reach economies of scale.

There is growing interest in international coordination over climate mitigation policy. Climate clubs or international carbon price floors could complement the Paris Agreement by helping to deliver the near-term cuts in global greenhouse gas emissions needed to contain global warming to 1.5 to 2oC.

Climate change is having a profound impact on people’s lives across the world. Mitigating and adapting to climate change will require major economic investment and coordinated action to transition to a sustainable, low-carbon economy.

The second edition of Kerala State Action Plan on Climate Change aims to achieve the goal of using 100 per cent renewable energy by 2040 and emerging as a carbon-neutral state by 2050.

This report is the result of a collaboration between the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group and the UNESCO Chair on Urban Resilience at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU.Resilience).

The report assessed the potential contributions of 12 international sector initiatives launched around and during COP26 (hereinafter, ‘Glasgow initiatives’) on future greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions.

UNCTAD has published a report International Investment in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation: Trends and Policy Developments, which aims to inform the debate on climate finance at COP27 and incorporates key findings from numerous sources, including the World Investment Report 2022.

The Country Climate and Development Report (CCDR) identifies ways that Cameroon can achieve its overall development objectives while fostering the transition to a greener, more resilient, and more inclusive development pathway.

Climate change poses a major threat to long-term development objectives, especially poverty reduction, and accelerated emission reductions are needed, particularly in high-income and other high-emitting countries.