A consumer perception survey on opportunities and barriers to adoption of EVs across Tamil Nadu, brings to light high satisfaction rates amongst existing EV users, but significant barriers to greater adoption. Only one in four cab and three wheeler cargo fleets, and one in five four wheeler cargo fleets are willing to adopt EVs.

The Roadmap articulates a comprehensive set of policy solutions, establishing the architecture to better organize conversations among partners and policymakers. It also offers a starting point to consider the optimal approach and mix of policies required to advance desired wildfire resilience outcomes.

With economic growth reaching 3.7 percent in 2022, Mozambique’s economy is gaining momentum amid a challenging global context. Agriculture and services saw a good performance, owing to higher agricultural productivity and the full resumption of mobility.

Estimating with a high precision the number of agricultural holdings and other population-related indicators is one of the main targets of the agricultural surveys.

This report is part of the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency’s series Air & Environment within the national environmental monitoring programme. The report’s authors include stakeholders active within the national air quality monitoring and researchers and experts at universities, research institutes and public agencies.

In the net-zero context, technology transfer plays a critical role in achieving the emission reduction and meeting the climate mitigation goals of countries. However, the extent of penetration of transferred technologies and their respective mitigation potential will depend on the scale of transfer among the source and recipient countries.

Maternal and Perinatal Death Surveillance and Response (MPDSR) is an established, sound and robust system for reviewing maternal deaths and establishing nationwide enquiries into deaths during pregnancy labour and puerperium.

The costs of disasters and the negative impacts of climate change are rising globally. Record numbers of extreme weather events, exacerbated by climate change, are already costing the world billions of dollars each year. Other threats, including pandemics, geophysical hazards and cyber risks, are adding to this bill.

This report takes stock of scientific findings to date regarding the distributional effects of policies discouraging car use in urban areas. These policies include cordon tolls, distance-based charges, fuel taxes, parking measures and public transport subsidies.

This paper incorporates climate variables, including rainfall conditions and patterns, into an impact assessment of the Value Chain Development Project in the Maputo and Limpopo Corridors (PROSUL) in Mozambique. It focuses on activities targeting improved pasture management, supplemental feed sources and livestock value chain development.