The role of climate finance mobilisation at all governance levels; international, multilateral, national, subnational, and local, is crucial. Additionally, there is a critical need to enhance the capacity of developing countries to access, allocate and spend climate finance effectively.

Addressing the climate crisis will require rapid, sustained transformation in every country and every sector of industrial activity.

This report shows how efficient carbon pricing instruments can enable countries in Asia and the Pacific region to accelerate their transition to affordable, secure low-carbon energy systems and help reach their ambitious climate targets.

This report presents ten salient insights from climate change research, stemming mainly from literature published in 2021 and 2022. Taken together they reveal the complexities of the interactions between climate change and other risks, such as conflicts, pandemics, food crises and underlying development challenges.

As this book highlights, the number of (direct) water reuse projects has doubled every decade since 1990, and there are more than 400 operational projects now in the MENA region. Nevertheless, the potential for resource recovery from municipal wastewater in the MENA region is still untapped.

This report makes an attempt to comprehend various challenges in trade, investment and battery waste management of EVs in India and identifies diverse solutions to aid India’s EV transition. This summary captures, in brief, the major findings of the larger study aimed towards policy makers, and technology enablers.

Africa is a diverse continent of 1.2 billion people, spanning 55 countries, and many different ecological systems, cultures, and economies. Over the past two decades, the continent’s average annual economic growth rate has been about 3.4%.

This report provides a structured perspective to transforming India's building sector and includes a broad range of integrated solutions and innovative financing mechanisms around minimising embodied carbon through cost-effective low-embodied-carbon design decisions and material selection; reducing energy demand through passive measures, super-e

Coal and its emissions are a critical issue as the world contends with both the global energy crisis and the climate crisis. Coal in Net Zero Transitions: Strategies for rapid, secure and people-centred change is a new IEA special report in the World Energy Outlook series.

Growing climate change is putting global energy security at risk, threatening the reliable supply of fuels and resources.

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