This report is part of a project aimed to assist the implementation of the Thailand Climate Change Master Plan by developing a clear roadmap for reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in three industrial sub-sectors of the Thai economy: the palm oil industry, the automotive parts industry and the frozen seafood industry.

This assessment was conducted to fulfill the requirements of section 712 of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 and to contribute to knowledge of the storage, fluxes, and balance of carbon and methane gas in ecosystems of Alaska.

This study looks into two key types of non-road mobile sources: agricultural tractors and construction equipment. Agricultural tractors are widely used in rural areas, and often operate beyond their designated tasks, serving as alternative transportation for passengers and goods.

Greenhouse Gas Data Management: Building Systems for Corporate/Facility-Level Reporting is intended to serve as a reference document for regulators, GHG reporting program and system administrators, and IT/development teams on all aspects of designing and developing GHG data management systems.

Rapidly growing transport activities in urban areas are a big challenge for mitigating climate change. This paper provides a detailed approach for setting-up an emissions monitoring system for urban passenger transport in Chinese cities.

This document presents a synthesis of the challenges and lessons learned from the preparation process of intended nationally determined contributions (INDCs) by Parties to the UNFCCC in the run up to Paris.

How to assess the impact of transport based mitigation efforts? Where to find good measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) practices and what requirements must be met in terms of data collection?

As the first in the series of "China Air - Air Pollution Prevention and Control Progress in Chinese Cities" reports, this report provides air quality data for 74 major cities from 2013-2014, as well as the pollution-control policies of those cities, the three key regions - Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Province (BTH), the Yangtze River Delta (YRD) and t

The IIT Kanpur study makes it clear the entire NCR contributes to Delhi's alarming air pollution levels and even with all control measures implemented this year on, Delhi will not achieve the desired PM levels by 2023 but can halve the hazardous PM levels.

India submitted its first Biennial Update Report (BUR), to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), towards fulfillment of the reporting obligation under the Convention. As per the provisions of the Convention, countries need to periodically provide information in the form of their National Communication.