Initiated in 2005, this study was requested by the government of India to: develop the analytical capacity required to help identify low carbon growth opportunities, up to the end of the 15th Five Year Plan (March 2032), in major sectors of the economy; and facilitate informed decision-making by improving the knowledge base and raising nationa

This paper highlights the role of trade in contributing to massively scaling up and deploying renewable energy, a crucial step in supporting a shift away from fossil fuel so as to ensure energy security and to address climate change.

Experience from around the globe suggests that environment is one of the biggest casualties of breakneck urbanisation.

British carrier Virgin Atlantic on Tuesday announced a strategic tieup with energy firm LanzaTech to develop in India a low carbon aviation fuel from steel that, the airline claims, will have just

The Government of India (GoI) proposes to secure additional sources of financing to (i) support its National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC), and in particular the two missions to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions pursuant to that Plan, namely the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) and the National Mission on Enhanced Energy E

This report outlines the outcomes of a one day stakeholders workshop organised by CEPT University’s Centre for Urban Equity (CUE), that took place on 29 August 2011. The objective of the workshop was to discuss indicators for sustainable transport that cover environmental, economic and social concerns.

In this report, the WBGU explains the reasons for the desperate need for a post-fossil economic strategy, yet it also concludes that the transition to sustainability is achievable, and presents ten concrete packages of measures to accelerate the imperative restructuring.

The UNDP has launched a guide titled "Paving the Way for Climate-Resilient Infrastructure: Guidance for Practitioners and Planners," which aims to help decision makers in developing countries adapt their national public infrastructure to climate change.

This report has two objectives: to contribute to policymakers’ understanding of the factors that institutional investors consider when investing in areas such as renewable energy and energy efficiency, and to set out what institutional investors see as ‘investment-grade’ climate change and clean energy policy that would support significant low c

This publication, “Sharing Solutions: Transatlantic Cooperation for a Low-Carbon Economy”, highlights the main lessons on how to build a clean economy despite economic and political challenges through transatlantic dialogue.