The Bridging the Gap report on Transport NAMAs: An Overview by Anne Binsted, Benoit Lefevre, Camille Cauchois and André Eckermann gives an overview of transport NAMA feasibility studies, concepts and proposals as well as recent developments in initiatives supporting NAMAs.

A summary of the proceedings from the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 19) in Warsaw, Poland, and progress on the post 2015 sustainable development agenda and their significance for land transport.

This 2013 edition of the global report on Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) by ECN provides up-to-date snapshots and analyses of recent developments in the world of NAMAs.

Transport is the primary source of global energy-related CO2 emissions, and the fastest-growing sector. To mitigate a massive potential increase in atmospheric CO2, the global economy must dramatically increase annual spending on low-carbon transport.

Transport is the primary source of global energy-related CO2 emissions, and the fastest-growing sector. To mitigate a massive potential increase in atmospheric CO2, the global economy must dramatically increase annual spending on low-carbon transport.

The publication brings together carbon market professionals, policymakers, academics and NGOs to provide in-depth analysis and perspective on the main issues affecting carbon policy worldwide.

This paper published by UNEP Risø Centre argues for a new integrated approach to asses NAMAs' SD impacts that consists of SD indicators, procedures for stakeholder involvement and safeguards against negative impacts.

The aim of this book is to help those who work, or are beginning to work, with MRV in climate change issues to understand MRV in a practical way, and learn the lessons and good practices that are available for developing countries. It introduce six MRV schemes that have been established. These range in scale from national to project.

An Expert Committee constituted under the Chairmanship of Shri Jagdish Kishwan, former ADG (W&L) has prepared the Reference Document for REDD+ in India to provide greater clarity and guidance on the emerging REDD+ issues.

This Guidebook was developed by the World Bank and DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability to provide guidance to cities and urban practitioners on designing and implementing a Low Carbon City Development Program (LCCDP) that complies with the LCCDP Assessment Protocol.

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