Greening the Blue is a UNEP initiative to engage and support the un system in the transition towards greater environmental sustainability in the management of its facilities and operations. The 2022 edition of the Report reveals the UN system accelerated efforts on environmental governance and environmental training in 2021.
India's Waste-to-Energy Paradigm: A policy, environmental and social perspective is an earnest effort into objective, scientific, and environmentally conscious analysis of waste-to-energy technology and its current applications in India.
The report on Infrastructure Financing Trends (IFT) 2019-2020 was prepared in highly unusual period during which the COVID-19 pandemic upended many economic and social trends worldwide.All countries were affected; in Africa, many key social services such as basic healthcare and education were curtailed and jobs were lost, which increased poverty
Findings from the World Health Organization and UN-Water’s Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (GLAAS) report shows that acceleration is needed in many countries to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6 – water and sanitation for all by 2030.
This report of the Public Accounts Committee deals with the Action Taken by the Government on the Observations and Recommendations of the Committee contained their Thirty-Second report of the Public Committee (17th Lok Sabha) on "Preparedness for the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)".
From the perspective of economic and financial analysis, a climate change resilience assessment can be defined as an elaboration of how an investment project performs under alternative futures that are subject to high uncertainty about climate change impacts, and an assessment of the cost-effectiveness of mitigation and adaptation options to imp
Tracking and reporting on CRI investment is essential but challenging. Tracking CRI investments allows us to measure progress on the resilience goals of the Paris Agreement and understand investment gaps, barriers, and opportunities to further scale and channel finance into geographies and sectors that need it most.
This report finds that of the 979 hydropower dams currently operating in the 25 cloud forest countries, more than half depend on water from cloud forests, representing billions of dollars of electricity production that take nature’s ecosystem services for granted.