Addressing methane emissions from livestock and rice systems is vital for promoting sustainable agriculture and mitigating climate change. This FAO report comprehensively addresses methane emissions in agriculture and their impact on global greenhouse gas levels.

The key objective of this paper is to demonstrate what smallholders can do in the dairy sector given the right ecosystem. India’s story of the “white revolution” is a story that can inspire millions in smallholder economies.

This paper introduces seven key functions of an accountability system for corporate climate action. Further provide selected observations on how to improve the accountability system’s status quo.

This report aims to shed light on net zero portfolio targets’ internal climate prioritisation value (Do they drive financial institutions’ climate action?) and real-world impact value (What can we expect from those targets? How useful are they to achieve international climate goals? Do we need them?).

A groundbreaking report by a group of independent experts released by the United Nations outlines steps governments should take to maximize the impact of policies and actions by tackling the climate and sustainable development crises at the same time, creating synergies.

This report presents cost-effective greenhouse gas emission reduction pathways for major emitting economies to keep global warming below 1.5 °C or well below 2 °C, as projected from least-cost scenarios of integrated assessment models in the IPCC AR6 scenario database.

The Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) represents an historic investment in climate resilience and equitable economic development in the United States. The GGRF, managed by the U.S.

At the 26th Conference of Parties in Glasgow, several countries set targets of achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions, with India committing to do so by 2070. Along with renewable energy generation and decarbonisation, the land-use sector holds tremendous potential in contributing to the net-zero agenda in many developing countries.

Since the publication of its latest Power Development Plan (PDP) in 2020 (PDP 2018 Revision 1), Thailand has considerably increased its emissions reductions objectives, announcing a net zero greenhouse gas emissions target for 2065 and carbon neutrality for 2050.

To reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050, we need to bring the right technologies to commercial scale within the next decade.