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The Ministry of Law and Justice (MoL&J) on December 20, 2022, issued the Energy Conservation (Amendment) Act, 2022 to further amend the Energy Conservation Act, 2001. The following has been amended namely Under Section 2 which states Definitions, definitions of certain terms such as ‘building’, carbon credit certificate’, ‘energy’, etc.

Building operations in India account for about a third of its energy use. Approximately another 10 percent of the country’s energy is used in the production of building material and construction of new buildings.

Far-reaching efforts are needed to reduce Asia's emissions and realize a 1.5°C temperature drop required to fight climate change and associated threats to sustainable development.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Raja Singh Vs Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs & Others dated 13/07/2022.

The applicant (Raja Singh) is an architect and his grievance in the application is against faulty designing of certain buildings and of ventilation systems, adversely affecting natural ventilation thereby resulting in excessive and avoidable use of energy and also depriving occupants of natural light and oxygen.

This paper is the output of an exercise that aims to build the foundation for future work by the Cities Climate Finance Leadership Alliance (the Alliance) through a structured approach to analyze the challenges and priorities relevant to cities in decarbonizing the buildings sector.

To understand how to accelerate investments in energy-efficient buildings, a systematic assessment of current investment flows is needed. This can help identify the challenges and entry points to scale investments, while also measuring year-to-year progress.

Increasing the transparency and accountability of urban climate governance in this way will serve as a starting point for identifying investment gaps and exploring opportunities for mobilizing new resources.

Developed by the Global Alliance of Buildings and Construction (GlobalABC), the report tracks the buildings and construction sector progress towards meeting the Paris Agreement goals, based on key indicators for energy use, emissions, technologies, policies, and investments globally.

All cities around the world face common challenges, related to the provision of housing, water, energy, transport and waste management. Achieving net zero at city scale requires a transformation in how energy is produced, distributed and consumed in support of these services.

COVID-19 has led to a global crisis threatening the lives and livelihoods of the most vulnerable by increasing poverty, exacerbating inequalities, and damaging long-term economic growth prospects. The report, Are We Building Back Better?

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