Jaguar Land Rover, the luxurycar unit of India

The European Commission has published a strategy for the EU to protect and improve the state of Europe's biodiversity and contribute to the 2020 global biodiversity targets.

Biofuels present an easy way of shifting to low-carbon, non-petroleum fuels, aiding the growing efforts to decarbonise the transport sector. The International Energy Agency

This report produced jointly by by GWEC, WISE and IWTMA focuses on the market opportunities and the legal and regulatory framework in India. Also provides an insight into the challenges and offers suggestions on how to overcome hurdles for wind power development.

An additional 3 billion Asians could enjoy higher living standards, and the region could account for over half of global output by the middle of this century, says a ADB commissioned report.

Secure, reliable, affordable and clean energy supplies are fundamental to economic and social stability and development. Energy and environmental decision-makers are faced with major challenges that require action now in order to ensure a more sustainable future. More efficient use of, and cleaner primary energy sources can help to achieve this goal.

The UNDP has launched a publication titled "Catalyzing Climate Finance – A Guidebook on Policy and Financing Options to Support Green, Low-emission, Climate-resilient Development," which aims to enable countries to better assess the level and nature of assistance they will require to catalyze climate capital based on their national, regional and local circumstances.

First, this paper analyzes the fundamental problem of Japanese energy/ climate policy formulation system. Second, it discusses the fate of Japan's -6% target for the Kyoto protocol and -25% target for the Copenhagen accord.

This paper aims at providing a more objective vision of advantages and drawbacks highlighted from a joined thinking on the link between climate change and development. The agriculture sector is part of solution to cope with climate change and can be remunerated through climate change funds.

Over the next few decades, the UK faces a unique investment challenge. The key to hitting our stretching legal emissions targets will be our ability to generate the large and sustained investment needed to replace and decarbonise our energy infrastructure. As a global frontrunner on climate change policy, the UK government must show leadership and ingenuity in making this investment happen.