This paper explores the concept of financial sustainability and proposes a framework to analyze electricity sectors based on this model. The concept of financial sustainability includes the ability of the electricity sector to recover costs, meet demand, make investments and operate according to environmental and social norms.

Europe is not alone in taking action to price carbon and promote low-carbon energy, and Europe’s competitiveness is not dependent on its energy prices.

This report assesses how production and emission volumes, energy and CO2 efficiency and competitiveness of companies in the Energy Intensive Industries have evolved prior and during the European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS).

A hornet’s nest could be an apt simile for fossil fuel prices in India. Over years a policy maze has evolved around it, with sharply diverging influence on disparate constituencies. Estimate the increase in total cost of farming as a multiple of direct input costs of fossil fuels in farming.

Low-carbon innovation in industrial sectors in developing countries presents economic opportunities that can help realise sustainable development pathways.

The World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Climate Change’s report, Climate Adaptation: Seizing the Challenge, captures some of the latest thinking in the field of climate adaptation and financing, with the goal of assisting decision-makers in the public and private sectors gain a better understanding of the issue.

The objective of the study is to generate a technology and policy focussed assessment for the Indian I&S sector and to provide support to the industry and BEE in the implementation of the Perform Achieve Trade (PAT) mechanism.

This report organised by issues such as: climate change, air pollution, biodiversity and water resources, waste offers a comprehensive snapshot of key environmental trends in OECD member countries since the early 1990s and finds big differences in environmental trends in different countries. Read full report.

The transition to a new energy architecture means developing a long-term strategy which takes into account the trade-offs and complementarities surrounding the core imperatives of every energy system, managing risks to energy supplies while ensuring a country’s economic and environmental well-being says this first edition of the Energy Architecture Performance Index report by WEF.

Despite China's rapid advancement towards a green economy, the country is facing significant environmental and social challenges that must be addressed if it is to achieve its sustainable development goals, according to a joint report released by China's Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNE