Methane is responsible for around 30% of the rise in global temperatures since the Industrial Revolution, and rapid and sustained reductions in methane emissions are key to limiting near-term global warming and improving air quality.

The Rwandan economy continued to achieve strong growth in 2022 despite global headwinds and an unprecedented increase in food prices, according to this20th edition of the Rwanda Economic Update report. Rwanda’s GDP grew by 8.4 percent in the first three quarters of 2022, after reaching 11 percent in 2021.

The Government of India has passed an amendment to the Energy Conservation Act 2001, which lays the foundation for the Indian Carbon Market. Under this backdrop, CEEW conducted an industry stakeholder discussion to understand their concerns and perspectives.

Tackling methane in the coal sector is a major opportunity for climate action that can also strengthen energy security. Experience shows that there are several steps countries can take today – using existing technologies and tools – that can lead to significant reductions in methane emissions from coal mining.

This publication explores how climate change adaptation can be integrated into decentralized governance processes to address root causes of vulnerability in Asia and the Pacific.

The government of India over the years has taken various steps to promote philanthropy, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and enabling availability of low cost capital to the marginalized and vulnerable populations.

This report outlines a decarbonisation pathway that shows it is possible for five of Australia's most significant heavy industry supply chains to transition to net zero, consistent with global efforts to limit warming to 1.5ºC.

Climate is a global common, and the task of reversing the worsening climate change is a global responsibility. There are two aspects to climate action: adaptation and mitigation. This paper focuses on mitigation, the global efforts for which are uneven as some countries are performing better than others.

This report highlights the ongoing challenges in the fight against malaria in Africa and the urgent need for strong political commitment and leadership, robust partnership, and increased investments from Member States to reach the goal of eliminating malaria in Africa by 2030.

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) on February 17, 2023 issued the Draft Central Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Rules, 2023 to further amend the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989.