Climate finance efforts by developed countries are at a critical juncture. There are only two years before the deadline by which developed countries have committed to jointly mobilize $100bn per year to support climate action in developing countries.

The report of the Committee on Financial Sector Statistics which was constituted to review the existing system for collection and processing of Flow of Funds (FoF) statistics; explore the possibility of providing State level estimates; recommend suitable measures to improve timelines; revamp the system for processing and periodic audit with the

A report by the World Energy Council assessing management options of climate change risks for the energy sector. The publication presents opportunities for an energy transition and includes recommendations for governments and private sector stakeholders.

A report by E3G assessing progress of six Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) in aligning their financial flows with the Paris Agreement on climate change.

Banks are under pressure to disclose how their lending and investment activities affect global climate goals, but have struggled to choose the right metrics.

More and more non-energy companies are voluntarily – and actively – procuring or investing in self-generation of renewable energy. Driven by sharp cost reductions, combined with growing calls for sustainability among investors and consumers, renewables have become an attractive source of energy for corporate users around the world.

India’s economy is growing rapidly, and with it, so is energy demand. The IEA-IEO (2015) estimates that India’s aggregate energy consumption will more than double by 2040. The Government of India plans to install 175 GW of renewable energy projects by 2022 and 275 GW by 2027.

Every year natural and man-made catastrophes cause a distressing loss of lives and considerable economic costs around the world. Both industrialised and developing countries are affected, and surprisingly, both are also materially underinsured.

Offshore wind projects create ample opportunities for local value creation. Income and jobs can be maximised by leveraging existing economic activities and building upon domestic supply chains. Education and training, however, must be attuned to emerging needs in the offshore wind industry.

This study examines the performance of the public agricultural extension system in three high growth states as well as three comparatively moderate performing states.

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